Monday, June 9, 2014


Impeach-Obama movement surges on Bergdahl deal

'This is aiding and abetting the enemy'

The charge that President Obama has committed “high crimes and misdemeanors” and should be impeached because of the deal he arranged to set free five top Taliban leaders in exchange for an American soldier whose behavior is under investigation is gaining traction.
Lots of traction.
Including a request from a former member of Congress, Allen West, to current House Speaker John Boehner and others “to draft articles of impeachment as no one is above the law in America.”
“I call upon the leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives; Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to draft articles of impeachment,” West wrote Tuesday.
West argues Obama signed into law only months ago the National Defense Authorization Act, which makes it a crime against the nation to offer or provide any material support to terror groups.
The problem was explained by Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano, who supported West’s opinion.
“We have a federal statute which makes it a felony to provide material assistance to any terrorist organization. It could be money, maps, professional services, any asset whatsoever, include human assets,” he said.
Napolitano argues it is likely the five terrorist leaders will rejoin the campaign against the United States, which constitutes material support.
Just a day ago, Andrew McCarthy, the former federal prosecutor who brought the evidence that convicted perpetrators of the first Islamic terror bombing of New York’s World Trade Center, said Obama likely broke the federal law against supporting terror.

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