Federal Court Charges Obama


images (3)U.S. Federal Court hits President Barack Hussein Obama with three charges of abuse of office. The charges presented are detailed & damning. The indictments assert that President Obama “acted as a dictator” to exceed his powers of office to appoint officials behind the back of Congress during a recess period.

The court appears to take the view that no such recess was in place. The opinion essentially stated that a weekend, or short break is not the Recess mentioned in the U.S. Constitution, and as such, the president was in violation of Section 5 of Article 1 of the Constitution that stipulates that a president cannot make appointments without the consent of the Senate. The failed Obama gambit had hoped to apply the section of the Constitution that reads: “The President shall have Power to fill up all Vacancies that may happen during the Recess of the Senate, by granting Commissions which shall expire at the End of their next Session.”

Even if the President is found to have made a legitimate recess appointment, the members appointed still have not been able to be confirmed by the Senate, and as such, remain unconstitutional appointments.

The Washington Post reports on the seriousness of this abuse of office, “is more than an unconstitutional attempt to circumvent the Senate’s advise-and-consent role. It is a breathtaking violation of the separation of powers and the duty of comity that the executive owes to Congress.” Crucially, no other president in history has ever tried to force through such alleged “ recess appointments” while Congress is still in session.

As we have noted, the Recess is when Congress (the House and Senate) officially end their session.  Since there was not a close to the sessions of either house, there was no recess to be had.

The offenses occurred last year when President Obama opted to bypass Congress and unilaterally appoint three people to seats on the National Labor Relations Board . He also made Richard Cordray head of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (after the Senate blocked action on his nomination). Cordray’s appointment, made on the same date, has been challenged in a separate court case.

Lyndon Larouche has characterized the events as probably the worst violation by any sitting president trying to use a “procedural loophole.”

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11 responses

  1. Keep me informed. Newspapers mention nothing.

    1. Will do. If I see any more, I will get it out here.

  2. What next and when will the shizzz hit the fan over this? Excellent post as usual.

    1. Media silent. Don’t expect outrage from the low information folk.

  3. Article II, Section 3, Clause 5 of the Constitution as it is written in Wikipedia, makes it clear the President has no power to unilaterally change a law or any part of a law that the House and Senate has passed. Therefore, the President has the responsibility to take care of carrying out the law. This is also sometimes called the Take Care Law which say’s the president must execute the law faithfully. It does not say the president has the right to change the law in any way. This is just another violation of the law by the President.

    1. You are 100% correct. And Congress needs to actually step up and do their job.

  4. I’m still listening…gotta get Infowars on it

  5. Can we expect to see some action out of this?

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  7. It is about time the Court steps up to hold the President responsible. It is the responsibility of Congress and the courts to make sure 0bam knows his place!

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