Ginni Thomas

Does Obama’s End Justify His Means?

Ginni Thomas Contributor
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“What President Obama is doing, as anyone who avowedly wants to transform the United States and doesn’t have the votes to do it, is using lawlessness as a means to implement his transformative agenda,” says former prosecutor and author Andy McCarthy in a new book, “Faithless Execution: Building the Political Case for Obama’s Impeachment.”

McCarthy says this is “not partisan or ideological; it’s about liberty.”

In part 1, Mr. McCarthy names the two most important reasons to discuss removing President Obama for usurping congressional authority as he makes up law as he goes along and pervasive fraud.

McCarthy says that there are only three ways to stop presidential lawlessness – elections, restrain the power of the purse through Congress and impeachment.

In his book, McCarthy includes six proposed articles of impeachment to remind readers of important offenses and put them in context — as indictments are written for juries — to explain how far outside traditional bounds the Obama Administration has gone.

In part 2 of the video interview, McCarthy names the victims of President Obama’s lawlessness as “the people who care about the country as founded and who think America is a great experiment in human flourishing through unleashing individual liberty, as opposed to authoritarian, centrally-planned governments.”

He also discusses what he calls the “selective prosecution” of author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza — who recently pled guilty for an election crime, but who McCarthy says was clearly targeted as an outspoken political critic of President Obama.

Knowing the choices prosecutors have in charging a citizen with a crime, McCarthy says Obama’s Justice Department’s goal was “to try to slam him into pleading guilty,” which D’Souza did. McCarthy mentions that even liberals like Alan Dershowitz and Jonathan Turley have raised red flags on the creeping authoritarianism of the Obama regime.


See Andy McCarthy’s separate answer on Benghazi here.

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