Sunday, June 15, 2014

Co-Sponsor: Rally to Impeach Obama “a Success”
Posted By Sharon Rondeau On Sunday, June 15, 2014


by Sharon Rondeau

Photo from “Impeach Obama” protest on Saturday, June 14, 2014 in Anaheim, CA, where Obama was giving a commencement speech

(Jun. 15, 2014) — A rally calling for Obama’s impeachment and removal from office was held on Saturday from 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. PDT outside of Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA, where Barack Hussein Obama was giving a commencement speech to University of California Irvine graduates.

Participant and blog owner Gary Wilmott was a sponsor of the event, having publicized it with a flyer which was posted at BirtherReport, The Post & Email, and other websites over the last two weeks.  The Coalition to Impeach Obama Now was a participant, as was We the People Rising.

George Miller of Constitutional Reset was in attendance and published a report on his blog on Saturday evening.  As Wilmott related, protesters carried signs of varying sizes and slogans, with one saying, “Jail to the Chief” and another identifying Obama as an “America Hating Criminal.”  Others signs mentioned the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 which killed four Americans and about which the Obama regime lied to the American people as to the cause.

Some protesters objected to the invasion of illegal aliens at the southern border which has become uncontrollable and which Obama and putative vice president Joe Biden have encouraged in recent weeks.
On his flyer, Wilmott referred to Obama as “usurper and liar-in-chief,” referring to Obama’s questionable constitutional eligibility, birthplace, life narrative, and fraudulent Selective Service registration form and long-form birth certificate as determined by the Maricopa County, AZ Cold Case Posse.

“Everybody had signs in their hands and flags,” Wilmott said.  He also said that the University of California at Irvine paid $2,000,000 for extra security for Obama’s visit.

Wilmott estimated that about 125 people attended.  He then told us:
“There was a modest police presence visible, but they had about a dozen or so mounted police and police in riot gear at a site nearby in case there was trouble.  There was a very vocal Muslim group who was supporting The Muslim Brotherhood and they wanted the release of Mohamed Morsi in Egypt.  They had a pretty good contingent; I would say probably about 30 or 40.  A lot of them wore black, and their faces were obstructed by hoods.  They looked like terrorists and kind-of forbidding.

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