Sarah Palin makes the case again for ‘the I-word’ — impeachment
More Opened Eyes to the I-word A new CNN poll reveals that one in three Americans agree with my call for… http://t.co/9ZHFb0cpwc
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) July 27, 2014
Most elites think it’s a joke, but a sizable and growing number of Americans think President Obama should be impeached, and early this morning Sarah Palin took to her Facebook page this morning to make the case again:
Impeachment isn’t necessarily for ordinary criminal acts, nor is it for bad political decisions or differences in opinion. We’re not saying, “Impeach him because his stimulus failed; he coddles Wall Street while dissing Main Street; he recklessly spends our tax dollars on skewed priorities, etc., etc.”
We’re saying he must be impeached for overstepping his Constitutional authority. Here are some examples: he broke the law in changing the Obamacare law by fiat, and he issued amnesty for illegal immigrants by fiat, and he committed fraud on the American people by lying that we could keep our health care if we like our health care, and he refused to secure our borders or halt this border crisis he caused. The list of abuse is long. Allowing any president to continue this lawlessness sets a precedent for future presidents that can allow destruction of our nation.
The crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border features prominently in Palin’s argument:
The Washington Post published a bombshell report this week about top officials at the White House and the State Department having been repeatedly warned of the crisis brewing with illegal immigrant children coming through our unsecured borders in massive numbers from Central America. Essentially the illegals are enticed here by Obama sending a message that he promises they may do so. Illegal children and adults from all over the globe are coming in droves to collect what he’s illegally promised. His incentives are invitations to not support legal immigration but instead, invasion.
Despite dire warnings, the White House didn’t want to deal with the issue. They were focused instead on Obama’s 2012 reelection and the push for amnesty along with that promised “transformation,” and this burgeoning crisis didn’t look good for the president politically. So Obama willfully ignored it, and our laws, and in fact Team Obama actively stoked this when Obama issued his own version of the DREAM Act. I call him the Dream Weaver because Obama waved his glittery magic wand and took actions that obviously led the illegal immigrants to believe they would be granted amnesty. And that is why they’re coming. He caused a trickle of illegals to “necessarily skyrocket.”
Read her whole argument here.
The Republicans control the House of Representative 234-199 and have a good shot at expanding their majority this fall. A simple majority in the full House as well as in the House Judiciary Committee (where Republicans hold a 23 to 18 advantage) is all that is required to impeach.
Like it or not, this issue isn’t going away.