Obama Shuts Down Embassies as CIA Works Hard to Cover Up the True Story of Benghazi
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There’s no such thing as illegal for Barack Obama. Under the statutes? That’s not consistent with the law? You know, our buddy Daniel Henninger — I didn’t get to this yesterday. Things were just popping all over the place. Dan Henninger in the Wall Street Journal wrote a piece singing my song, things that we’ve discussed on this program for years. He was crossing the T’s and dotting the I’s. And basically what he was saying was that this administration doesn’t care about the law, and Obama’s out there admitting it. Obama’s telling everybody, all you gotta do is listen to him, this week in speeches, last week in speeches, when he’s out there talking about jobs, he’s saying things like, “and if Congress won’t do it, I’m just gonna have to take care of it myself.” I’m paraphrasing, but those are the kinds of things he’s saying. “If Congress won’t cooperate, I’ll just do it myself.” And people are applauding this, by the way.
This is a robust violation of the separation of powers. The Constitution was written and the branches of government had various checks and balances on each other so this kind of thing would not evolve. But in order for it to work, you have to have law-abiding people. You have to have people willing to obey the Constitution, willing to follow the law. Obama doesn’t care. He is the law. And this, to me, ought to be readily apparent to anybody, particularly members of Congress. I like Darrell Issa, don’t misunderstand anything here. I join a lot of you in getting a little frustrated when I hear members of Congress say, “Well, that’s not consistent with the law.” Of course it’s not consistent. That’s the problem.
The law does not constrain Barack Obama. The law is something to be avoided, overrun, gotten around. And it has happened. One of the things that Henninger did in his piece yesterday, Wall Street Journal, is chronicle instances of it. It’s like anything else, if there’s no push-back on it be — I mean, we’ve got laws against murder, but if nobody attempts to apprehend the murderer, then what good’s the law, right? You have to have enforcement. Illegal immigration. What good are the laws if you’re not gonna enforce them? Well, we have constitutional laws, statutory law, that this administration just doesn’t like and is not going to be bound by it, and this Benghazi phony scandal is one instance of it.