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Why Hasn't Obama Been Impeached Already?

The lamestream media told you:


The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

I finally got the answer! After months of wondering and asking--

The man currently in the White House has flagrantly broken so many laws, and violated the oath of office so many times -- with 535 members of Congress, why hasn't one, not one, stood up on the floor of Congress, called him out on any of it, and sought his impeachment? Why?

Not enough Senate votes to achieve it? That's not an answer for why no one has officially broached the subject from the floor.

The best answer I've had until last night was horrifying. It came from one voice in the back of a room where I gave a speech. In a room full of blank stares from folks who hadn't a clue, he called out, "They're all in on it." The room fell eerily silent.

But that's not it.

Congressman David Schweikert, one of the most savvy members I've ever known, answered the question in public as he wrapped up a brilliant Q&A session led by Tea leader Francine Romesberg in Phoenix. It's because if we could impeach and remove Obama, what happens?

It puts Joe Biden in office.

Now, Biden's an idiot, that's widely understood inside the Beltway, and the media bends over backwards to hide his constant inanity. But he'd be an incumbent, and the money and power of that would be nearly unstoppable come 2016. That's Obama's ace in the hole.

"But Biden is a zero compared to Hillary!," I protested, and David agreed, but the power of the office is what counts, he said. And if Hillary didn't put up a credible challenge to incumbent crazy Uncle Joe for the top spot on the Dems ticket,Joe would just put her on as VP, and that's the end of any Republican chance. There was nothing left to argue.

So that's why not one out of 535 in Congress is willing to attempt to remove Obama at this point. It would hand the White House to the Dems come 2016. It's all about power politics, nothing else. Not law, not morality, not justice, it is Machiavellian. And although no one would voice it, if Hillary were cast into the number two slot, every conspiracy theorist who draws breath knows the stories of people who have conveniently disappeared under the Clintons' march forward, don't you.


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