Impeach Obama: “Electronic Surveillance Of Private Citizens” Was An Article Of Impeachment Against President Nixon
Why Isn’t Obama Impeached for Mass Surveillance?
One of the crimes against the Constitution for which the House Judiciary Committee voted to impeach Nixon was:
The electronic surveillance of private citizens … subversive of constitutional government ….
2 former presidents, a vice president and a judge all warn that the NSA’s current mass surveillance is tyranny. Top American constitutional experts say that spying by the Obama administration is worse than the spying done by Nixon.
Why isn’t Obama impeached for such tyranny?
In fact, historians say that the NSA’s spying is worse than the Stasi East Germans. They also say that NSA spying is exactly the type of oppression that the Founding Fathers launched the Revolutionary War to stop. And see this.
Where is America’s immune system?
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