An online petition urges the Obama administration to “bring charges of treason upon Barack Hussein Obama,” the U.S. President.
By Rakesh Raman
An online petition has appeared on “We the People” web-based facility available on the White House website, which accepts people’s representations in the form of petitions.
The petition urges the Obama administration to “bring charges of treason upon Barack Hussein Obama,” the U.S. President.
“We the People” online interface has been created by the U.S. administration and it encourages Americans to collectively discuss the crucial issues with the government.
The petition against President Obama argues that he has surrendered sovereign U.S. war-making to foreign powers and international authorities by attacking Libya without consulting Congress, in violation of U.S. Constitution Article 1, Section 8 and U.S. Code Title 50, Chapter 33:1541-1548.
It further says that Obama refused to secure broken American borders from illegal alien invasion, international criminal incursion, and terrorist cadre penetration, in violation of U.S. Constitution, Article III, Section 3 and Article IV, Section 4.
Another argument in the petition states that Obama adhered to the enemies of the United States, giving them aid and comfort, as witnessed by consorting with, supporting and installing to powerful Federal positions persons who in writing, word and deed have called for and promoted the overthrow of America’s constitutionally guaranteed Republican form of government.
In a similar attempt, GOP (Republican Party) is asking Americans to support it for a lawsuit against President Obama. Speaker John Boehner and House Republicans are suing President Obama.
According to GOP, this President has ignored the law and selectively enforced the law. “He repeatedly abuses his executive powers to create new laws — and it’s unconstitutional,” says GOP on another online petition webpage. More than 94,000 people have signed the petition so far.
Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee (RNC) has released a video, ‘Stay Secretive, My Friends,’ to highlight Hillary Clinton’s “long history of secrecy and hypocrisy.”
“Hillary Clinton certainly fits the description of ‘the least transparent person in the world.’ Clinton refuses to answer simple questions about her use of personal e-mail and a secret server—and on a whole host of other issues. It is time for Hillary Clinton to come clean and give the American people the answers they deserve,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
The petition demanding treason case against President Obama was published on March 11, 2015. It has collected more than 23,000 signatures while it aims to reach the threshold of 100,000 signatures by April 10.
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