Sunday, December 14, 2014

Once Again, Obama Uses Taqiyyah to Lie to Americans

Once Again, Obama Uses Taqiyyah to Lie to Americans 
But he may have outsmarted himself this time, and stepped in the camel dung anyway!

By de Andréa
December 8, 2014

At right, President Obama strides to the podium in the East Room at the White House Nov. 20 to deliver an address to the nation on his illegal immigration actions.
 (Screenshot is from White House video).
It’s common knowledge President Obama signed an executive order on November 21, directing the Department of Homeland Security to forgive millions of illegal aliens for their past violations of immigration law, and it’s true right?
WRONG!  It’s just another Fraud…
National Archives and Records Administration, responsible for maintaining such filings, said no such executive order was ever signed or filed.  National Archives librarian, Jeffrey Hartley, made the confirmation in an email Thursday.
“As I said, it would appear that there is not an Executive Order stemming from the President’s remarks on November 20 on immigration,” Hartley wrote.
Hartley said that neither of the executive orders Obama signed in Las Vegas on the 21st, the day after his announcement fulfilled his plan to defer deportations and grant work permits to up to 5 million illegal aliens. 
Obama again used Islamic Taqiyyah to lie and mislead the press and subsequently the American People.
“The only two documents that I have located are two Presidential Memoranda, which are available from the White House site,” Hartley’s email continued. “They can also be found in the November 26, 2014 issue of the Federal Register.”
The two documents Hartley referenced were the two executive orders Obama signed in Las Vegas Nov. 21, that Obama led the press to believe was the “Executive Amnesty Orders.”
They were presidential proclamation creating a White House Task Force on New Americans and a presidential memorandum instructing both the Secretaries of State and Homeland Security to consult with various governmental and non-governmental entities to reduce costs and improve service in issuing immigrant and non-immigrant visas.
Meanwhile, the office of Texas Attorney General and Governor-elect Greg Abbott – who has filed a lawsuit against Obama’s immigration action –said it was aware there was no executive order signed by Obama implementing the actions outlined to the nation in his Nov. 20 speech.
But on Wednesday, attorneys general in 16 other states still joined in the lawsuit with Abbott charging Obama’s immigration action violated the U.S. Constitution’s “Take Care” clause and failed to follow the Administrative Procedure Act’s guidelines for implementing new policies, including a comment period to outline the changes’ benefits.
Abbott said in a statement the president “is abdicating his responsibility to faithfully enforce laws that were duly enacted by Congress and attempting to rewrite immigration laws, which he has no authority to do – something the president himself has previously admitted.”
Guess What? The complaint states: “The President’s new policies were effectuated through Defendant Johnson’s DHS Directive.”  As I said Obama outsmarted himself and stepped in it anyway.  He may have just bought himself a one-way ticket to Gitmo…well…probably not.  But one can only hope!
It confirms the only Obama administration document relevant to the plan Obama announced Nov. 20,  is a DHS memorandum signed by Johnson, titled “Exercising Prosecutorial Discretion with Respect to Individuals Who Came to the United States as Children with Respect to Certain Individuals Who Are the Parents of U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents.”
Abbott’s complaint further indicated the only basis for the DHS memo directing the change in the operation of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals program was not a presidential executive order but a legal opinion written by the principal deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel, Karl R. Thompson, to advise Johnson and White House counsel.
The principal argument in Abbott’s complaint is that the DHS directive violates the president’s constitutional duty to “take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed,” as set forth by the U.S. Constitution in Article II, Section 3, Clause 5.
“The Take Care Clause limits the President’s power and ensures that he will faithfully execute Congress’s laws – not rewrite them under the guise of executive ‘discretion,’” Abbott’s complaint stated in the first count.
The second count further confirmed the reporting that Johnson’s Nov. 20 memorandum has not been filed in the Federal Register, which means it has not been available for public comment as required by federal law for federal administrative agencies seeking to engage in rulemaking.
“The Defendants promulgated and relied upon the DHS Directive without authority and without notice-and-comment rulemaking,” Abbott’s complaint specified in Count Two. “It is therefore unlawful.”
The “Guide to the Federal Rulemaking Process” published by the Office of the Federal Register specifies agencies to “get their authority to issue regulations from laws (statutes) enacted by Congress.”
In an interview Wednesday, Tom Fitton, president of Washington-based watchdog Judicial Watch, said the legal status of Johnson’s memo is a serious constitutional question that deserves to be adjudicated.
He said Obama’s “entire implementing authority” regarding the immigration action is Johnson’s memo, “which changes the immigration law, directing federal money to be spent that has not been appropriated by Congress.”
“In my view, there is a serious question whether Jeh Johnson should be impeached for taking this action, and a criminal investigation should be initiated to determine how and why federal funds are being misappropriated,” he declared.
How did everyone get it wrong?
How then did the White House manage to convince the mainstream media, Congress and the nation that Obama had signed in Las Vegas two executive orders to implement the immigration actions he announced in his Nov. 20 speech from the White House?  Most of the Media is still in the dark about this.
On Nov. 20 at approximately 6 p.m., the White House press office released a “Fact Sheet” titled Immigration Accountability Executive Action.”
The first sentence read: “The President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions will help secure the border, hold nearly 5 million undocumented immigrants accountable, and ensure that everyone plays by the same rules. Acting within his legal authority, the President is taking an important step to fix our broken immigration system.”
The second sentence stated: “These executive actions crack down on illegal immigration at the border, prioritize deporting felons not families, and require certain undocumented immigrants to pass a criminal background check and pay their fair share of taxes as they register to temporarily stay in the U.S. without fear of deportation.”
While neither sentence claimed Obama was about to sign an implementing executive order, both conveyed the impression that “executive actions” would be taken to somehow legitimize the status of some 5 million illegal immigrants currently in the country.
In his Nov. 20 speech, Obama said: “Now, I continue to believe that the best way to solve this problem is by working together to pass that kind of common sense law. But until that happens, there are actions I have the legal authority to take as President – the same kinds of actions taken by Democratic and Republican presidents before me – that will help make our immigration system more fair and more just. Tonight, I am announcing those actions.”
The next day, the White House press office issued a “travel pool report” documenting that at about 12:15 p.m. local time in Las Vegas, shortly after landing and still aboard Air Force One, President Obama “signed two memoranda associated with his executive actions on immigration,” giving the impression the documents were orders to implement the changes in policy the president had specified in his speech.
The pool report said only still photographers were invited to record the signing, with no pool reporters allowed to be present or to answer questions.
Upon landing in Las Vegas, the White House press office released a statement saying, “Today aboard Air Force One the president signed two Presidential Memoranda associated with his executive actions.”
The White House press office did properly identify the contents of the two presidential memoranda, but no White House reporter at the time observed that they had nothing to do with modifying prosecution under DACA but dealt instead with unrelated immigration matters.
In his Las Vegas speech at Del Sol High School, Obama said: “We’re going to keep on working with members of Congress to make permanent reform a reality. But until that day comes, there are actions that I have the legal authority to take that will help make our immigration system more fair and more just. And this morning, I began to take some of those actions.”
So what is this magic voodoo Taqiyyah that Obama used on the American Public?  First – this isn’t the first and only time the ‘Grand Mahdi Obama’ has used this supernatural deception on the American public.  Oh no! He has been using this all of his life my friend.  I would like to say, suffice it to say Barrack Hussein Obama is a Muslim, but in case you may need more information on Taqiyyah Click on This.   
THE BOTTOM LINE: What I conclude from this is that Obama in his desire to fool the American public into believing that he boldly and blatantly violated the U.S. Constitution so false charges would be filed against him, all while thinking he didn’t, and was legally innocent…he blatantly violated the U.S. Constitution by writing what he thought were those two innocent memos. 
In addition it is evidence that a Dictatorship exists in America, as few dictators document their laws, they are just given verbally by decree.  They simply speak laws into existence.
Something like Obama does…
And he thinks he is a constitutional guru! 
Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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