It's a pretty amusing read, so long as you forget that two of our State Representatives are peddling this junk in federal court.
There don't appear to be any new allegations or forged documents in the filing, but it does summarize their conspiracy theories pretty well. For instance:
Plaintiffs’ complaint and evidence allege and confirm that the Presidency in 2008 was taken by fraud, and not even by fraud in the counting of votes, but by fraud in the traditional common law sense of a material misrepresentation of an important fact upon which Plaintiffs could be reasonably expected to rely to their detriment, and to the detriment of constitutional government.
I'm not sure why Jones and Davis are so reluctant to publicly discuss their belief that the 2008 presidential elections were a fraud, but it they seem pretty confident that they've happened upon evidence that will boot Obama from office.
Plaintiff submits that if discovery is ever allowed in this case, it will be rapidly settled by the resignation or impeachment of the President. If the stone wall of secrecy and suppression is ever removed, if California sunshine is ever allowed to shine for one day on the real evidence, the Presidency of Barack Hussein Obama will be rapidly brought to a rather embarrassing close, and the Defendants’ counsel know it, just as Judges Land and Lazzara know it in Georgia and Florida. Secrecy and refusal to divulge information can have only one possible purpose: to hide an inconvenient truth. Everywhere the Plaintiffs or their counsel have gone, they have been met with resistance, which can only be described as irrational if there were nothing to hide.
There's also a fabulous portion of the motion devoted to the "establishment press'" scorn of Jones, Davis, Taitz are their fellow plaintiffs.
Also, the birthers are "a discrete and insular minority" on which the court should take pity, they write.
This case, the Plaintiffs’ status as a discrete and insular minority (which includes an exceptionally large number of members of the U.S. Military) has made them members of new class, scorned in the establishment press as “birthers”.
Plaintiffs’ status as an ideological, politically powerless, minority arises from their constitutional devotion to the enforcement of a constitutional clause which, probably because of its simple and self?explanatory nature, has never before been judicially recognized as an enforceable right of the people to be pronounced and enforced in a constitutional court. Defendants’ attempt to trivialize the importance of the constitution and its mandates by arguing that any supposed violation of Plaintiffs’ individual rights is too slight to support standing.
Poor Cynthia Davis and Tim Jones. It's so hard being a birther.