If you don’t believe it is coming, you might want to turn around and look at the train that is about it hit you! The impeachment is coming, the impeachment is coming. Or’ is it ‘The Revolution!’
By de Andréa
August 22, 2013
The “Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment” movement has gone viral all over the Nation and in some cases causing police to arrest the demonstrators for peacefully exercising their first Amendment rights. These are rights that you use to have, before the Sharia Fatwa of Imam Obama…remember? Apparently according to ObamaLaw, one can no longer say anything negatively in public about the Muslim Nazi Fuehrer.
So what has the Fuehrer Obama done that he should be impeached? Well what Obama has done my friend should send him to
Guantanamo, read on.
This group of protesters has mushroomed in one month from a handful to more than 40,000 members across America in the few weeks since it was launched in the end of June to become “the largest grassroots movement in the nation” The group’s national website has links to Facebook pages of groups in all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C.
The movement started with the main Facebook page, grew to the state Facebook pages, and now we are trying to get most people to register on our state forums on the website, Overpasses.org.”
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Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, said he believes there are enough votes in the House to impeach President Obama, but he fears such an effort would be futile because of the Democrat Party’s grip on the Senate. We will impatiently wait until after the 2014 election…
“Overpasses to Impeach Obama” has gone from local protests to nationwide events. The first “National Patriot Wave” was held Aug. 6, with rallies in more than 300 American cities and towns. “National Patriot Wave II” on Aug. 17 had planned for rallies in all 50 states.
James Neighbors started the movement in
Oklahoma after seeing footage of police shutting
down an anti-Obama overpass rally in San Diego Ca. In addition to the national website and the
state Facebook pages, the group also has a national Twitter account
I am also encouraging every member to give their info to two or three other people to make sure we can all keep in touch,” said Hitt, concerned what would happen should their social media accounts close for some reason. There have been a few challenges already.
“We had a couple incidents in Missouri (watch the video) and
California. The police showed up and arrested some of our
real American patriots. Their national
website’s mission statement says, “Overpasses for
Obama’s Impeachment has a simple goal. The
removal of the corrupt and criminal President of the , Barack
Hussein Obama.” United States of America
It lists several reasons for his removal, including abdicating “his responsibility to enforce the laws of the United States against illegal immigration,” failing to enforce and defend laws adopted by Congress such as the Defense of Marriage Act and for taking the nation to war against Libya “without the consent of the Congress of the United States.”
“My town in
Carolina holds a
Corner every Saturday. Signs are limited
verbiage and we get lots of attention,” said Hitt. She also insists the
president’s race has nothing to do with the group’s call for impeachment,
citing the example of Jaison Sheppard, “a black conservative who joins us for
every event along with his entire family” and points to his YouTube video. According to Hitt, He voted for Obama
in ’08 and basically says, ‘It’s not about color. It’s about right and wrong. Obama has to go.’ Benghazi
“And he does have to go. He is the most corrupt DESPOT
ever had. A couple of larger groups are
supporting us in our efforts: ALIPAC (Americans for Legal Immigration) and ‘Guns
Across Americ’ and we support them in their efforts,” she adds. America
There’s also a national petition that calls on Congress to immediately investigate the “unconstitutional and impeachable offenses” of Obama. Among them are the “lethal and prolonged terrorist attack in
, and the
subsequent ‘Watergate-era cover-up.’” And
then there’s the big – and getting bigger – scandal involving the federal
government’s use of the Internal Revenue Service to harass and attack
conservative groups. As well as
Snowden’s blowing the whistle on the NSA’s illegal infiltration of American
There’s also the spying and harassment of journalists.
“Top constitutional attorneys from across the political spectrum now agree that Obama has committed certain specific offenses that unquestionably rise to the level of impeachable ‘high crimes and misdemeanors,” the petition explains.
And that’s even before the issue of “Obama’s policy of targeted assassinations of
without any constitutionally required due process – including the drone
assassination of an American-born 16-year-old as he was eating dinner.” U.S.
There’s also the “disastrous ‘Fast and Furious’ operation in which approximately 2,000 firearms were illegally directed from
gun shops across the U.S.-Mexico border and into the hands of members of
Mexican drug cartels that ultimately killed thousands of innocent Mexicans
including several Americans” U.S.
The petition also cites Obama’s refusal to fulfill his obligation to defend the Defense of Marriage Act. That’s all in addition to the alleged illegal “recess” appointments of several officials as well as the Obama Justice Department’s refusal to prosecute voter intimidation of the ‘Black Panther Party’, his illegal appointment of 30 “czars” and general contempt for Congress and the American people. And then there is Obama overturning the verdict and sentences of the Holyland foundation trial of terrorist money laundering, in 09 which, by the way, included CAIR as a coconspirator.
A panel of top constitutional experts blasted Obama’s actions in office. Bruce Fein, the legal scholar who is best known for having drafted articles of impeachment against former President Clinton for perjury after he lied under oath, said Obama’s orders to drone-kill a terror suspect were “tantamount to murder.”
“You can’t have democracy and the rule of law if you never get to know what the facts are and you just have to accept what the government says they are. If you don’t have a trial, that’s the definition of tyranny.”
Protesters in Santa Clara
Louis Fisher, a scholar in residence at the Constitution Project, said of Obama’s appointment of “czars”: “That is a big deal. A lot of people say, ‘Well, that’s been going on a long time.’ In our form of government, citizens vote for representatives and representatives pass laws. You have people heading departments, and they’re confirmed. There’s an understanding that we will call you up whenever we need to. … Congress passed legislation saying there’d be no funds for three czars and they were named in the bill. Obama signed it into the law, but in the signing statement, he said that’s unconstitutional because he has the ‘prerogative’ to get the advice he needs to implement statutes. Well, c’mon Obama. You don’t have a prerogative to bring into the White House anybody you want at any salary. It’s all done by law. It goes back to 1978 where Congress passed legislation saying you have this number of people and these are their salaries and Congress can increase or decrease that at any time.”
And Herbert Titus, counsel to the law firm William J. Olson who previously taught constitutional law, common law and other subjects for 30 years at five different American Bar Association-approved law schools, said Obama’s military actions in
Libya are a
strong argument for impeachment. “That’s
the one that stands out. It’s
unprecedented. It doesn’t even fit
within any of the precedents that have been set since .” Korea
Former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan wrote that the country is in the midst of the worst
Washington scandal since Watergate. “The reputation of the Obama White House
has, among conservatives, gone from sketchy to sinister, and, among liberals,
from unsatisfying to dangerous,” she said. “No one likes what they’re seeing. The
Justice Department assault on the Associated Press and the ugly politicization
of the Internal Revenue Service have left the administration’s credibility
deeply, probably irretrievably damaged. They don’t look jerky now, they look
dirty. The patina of high-mindedness the president enjoyed is gone.”
Noonan said Obama, “as usual, acts as if all of this is totally unconnected to him.
He’s shocked, it’s unacceptable, he’ll get to the bottom of it. He read about it in the papers, just like you. But he is not unconnected, he is not a bystander. This is his administration. Those are his executive agencies. He runs the IRS and the Justice Department,” she continued. “A president sets a mood, a tone. He establishes an atmosphere. If he is arrogant, arrogance spreads. If he is too partisan, too disrespecting of political adversaries, that spreads too. Presidents always undo themselves and then blame it on the third guy in the last row in the sleepy agency across town.”
A Republican congressman also brought up the subject.
Chaffetz, in an interview with the Salt Lake Tribune, was asked if impeachment was within the realm of possibility. “It’s certainly a possibility,” he told the paper. “That’s not the goal but given the continued lies perpetrated by this administration, I don’t know where it’s going to go. … I’m not taking it off the table. I’m not out there touting that but I think this gets to the highest levels of our government and integrity and honesty are paramount.” Chaffetz has been championing the call to probe the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the
Benghazi compound that left four Americans
dead, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.
Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., said last week impeachment was possible over the “most egregious cover-up in American history. People may be starting to use the I-word before too long,” Inhofe, told radio host Rusty Humphries, according to the Hill. “The I-word meaning impeachment?” Humphries asked.
“Yeah,” Inhofe responded.
Other members of Congress who have suggested impeachment for a variety of reasons in recent years include Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C.; Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn.; Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Texas; Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas; Rep. Trey Radel, R-Fla.; and Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.
Others who have raised the subject include rock legend and gun-rights defender Ted Nugent, who said there’s “no question” Obama should be impeached. He blasted “the criminality of this government, the unprecedented abuse of power, corruption, fraud and deceit by the
gangster-scammer-ACORN-in-chief. It’s so
diabolical,” he said. Chicago
Thanks for listening – de Andréa
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