Judge Napolitano Slams Obama’s ‘Disturbing,’ Destabilizing’ Executive Amnesty [VIDEO]

Alex Griswold Media Reporter
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Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on “Fox and Friends” Thursday morning to slam President Barack Obama’s planned executive amnesty, calling it “unlawful,” “profoundly unconstitutional,” “disturbing” and “destabilizing.”

“In the years that I’ve been watching presidents and criticizing them because I disagree with them, I have not seen anything as profound as this,” Napolitano said. “The president is a former professor of constitutional law at one of the finest law schools in the world, the University of Chicago Law School. He knows the Constitution very well.”

“He knows that he cannot rewrite the law of the land and he cannot nullify the law of the land,” he continued, “and that if the effect of his executive action is the functional equivalent of nullifying it, it’s wrong, it’s unlawful, it’s profoundly unconstitutional, and it is disturbing, it’s destabilizing to the relationship of the Congress to the presidency and the courts.”

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