Fresh off filing a complaint to get President Obama deported (a complaint that will go straight into the circular file, where it belongs), Larry Klayman, the dumbest lawyer in America not named Mat Staver, has a brand new frivolous lawsuit he plans to file against the president for not sufficiently protecting him against the Ebola virus. He announced this plan in a Worldnetdaily column, then WND published a separate article about that column.
Now he’s preparing to take aim at the president again, only this time it’s over Ebola.
He revealed his plans in a cryptic statement in his weekly WND column, where he wrote, “I am fashioning a lawsuit to force Obama to curtail travel and immigration from Liberia and the rest of West Africa until we know we can combat the deadly Ebola outbreak. And, immigration from all Muslim nations where terrorists have a beachhead must also be immediately stopped.”
No filing had been submitted by end of day Friday, so details presumably will become available sometime next week, but a source with access to details said the defendants would include Obama and his administration as well as the Centers for Disease Control.He would have standing to sue, the source told WND, because Klayman traveled through one of the nation’s targeted airports, Newark, in recent days, and was in a position to have been exposed to Ebola from possible travelers there.
While Klayman’s column didn’t provide specifics of what is planned, the source with access to information about the concept told WND among the allegations would be aiding and abetting the attempted murder of U.S. citizens, conspiracy, provision of support to terrorists, assault and battery.
Now this is amusing. They have a “source” feeding them details about Klayman’s suit. But Klayman writes for them. He’s also WND’s actual attorney, having represented them in the failed and frivolous defamation suit against Esquire. And they need a source? They can’t just ask him? I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that the “source” is one of the voices in Larry’s head. There’s no way in hell this suit, like so many others Klayman has filed, survives a motion to dismiss.