by Tiffiny Ruegner | January 23, 2014 4:20 pm
You know: the country is: in trouble when the man considered the ‘conscience of civil libertarianism and liberalism for decades’ calls for the impeachment of the: sitting king of the liberals, President Barack Obama.
WASHINGTON – Worse than Richard Nixon. An unprecedented abuse of powers. The most un-American president in the nation’s history.
Nat Hentoff does not think much of President Obama.
And now, the famous journalist says it is time to begin looking into impeachment. t convince Congress to do things his way.”
”” The First Amendment expert still hews left on many issues, railing against former President George W. Bush, former Vice President Dick Cheney, the prison at Guantanamo Bay and the National Defense Authorization Act.
But he hasn’t liked Obama from the start. “Within a few months after he was elected, I wrote a column saying he was going to be the most destructive, dangerous president we’ve ever had,” he said. Hentoff said people he’d known for years told him to stop being so negative and to give Obama a chance. “Well, we’ve given him a chance. I understated the case a little.” In other words, Hentoff thinks Obama is the most dangerous and destructive president ever. And, that’s why the veteran journalist thinks it’s time to begin looking into impeachment.
Hentoff complains that Obama Executive orders are in direct violation of the Constitution and like the Pringles chips slogan ‘once you pop you can’t stop’; it certainly does seem like signing exec orders has become an uncontrollable unstoppable addiction for President Obama. Here are some of the more noteworthy Constitutional violations of the President with the stroke of a pen by issuing executive orders:
Reasons Why Barack Obama Is the Greatest President In American History!
Source URL: https://rightwingnews.com/uncategorized/shocking-conscience-for-liberalism-journalist-calls-for-impeachment-of-most-destructive-dangerous-president-in-history/
Copyright ©2021 John Hawkins' Right Wing News unless otherwise noted.