Yes, I said it. Someone has to. The Obama Administration is a criminal regime. It has gotten to the point where Obama deserves to be impeached under RICO statutes.
We are now up to 20 Obama Regime officials who have “lost” e-mails. At least most of them were under investigation, and all are under federal law mandating retention of e-mails. What are they hiding? What evidence did they destroy?
In the case of Lois Lerner, it is safe to assume that using the IRS, FEC, and God knows what else to attack and muzzle Obama’s political opponents is being covered up. Have we become a Third World banana republic?
And that is not the only way Obama’s people are obstructing investigations. Forty-seven – that’s FORTY-SEVEN – Inspectors General have signed a letter decrying Obama Regime obstruction of their access to Fed records. The letter states:
Each of us strongly supports the principle that an inspector general must have complete, unfiltered, and timely access to all information and materials available to the agency that relate to that IG’s oversight activities, without unreasonable administrative burdens. The importance of this principle, which was codified by Congress in Section 6(a)(1) of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended (the IG Act), cannot be overstated. Refusing, restricting, or delaying an IG's access to documents leads to incomplete, inaccurate, or significantly delayed findings or recommendations, which in turn may prevent the agency from promptly correcting serious problems and deprive Congress of timely information regarding the agency’s performance.
It is now clear that the cover-up of Obama Regime criminality is systematic and cuts through numerous Fed agencies.
But where are the Democrats? Under Nixon, several Republicans insisted that the truth be found out about his administration, and it was Republicans dropping their support of him that prompted him to resign. But today’s Democrats?
The question is, where are the Democrats in the face of this obvious malfeasance?
During the Watergate scandal that brought down the presidency of Richard Nixon, a few Republicans came forward and urged the president to come clean. Yet, the silence is deafening from Democrats in both the House and Senate in the wake of this obvious obstruction of the congressional oversight function.
Where are the patriots on the Democratic side, who are willing to stand up to an executive branch that has declared them inconsequential?
The Democrats' partisan acquiescence to Obama's declaration of war against congressional prerogatives sets the precedent that future presidents can hardly be faulted for following. A precedent that makes a mockery of the legislative branch and brings into question why we bother even providing office space for Congress at all?
With 20 Obama officials from all over the government losing critical emails, one wonders what, if any, is the threshold for Democratic outrage?
When are the Democratic Party and their elected officials going to put our nation ahead of partisanship?
If the past few years are any indication, I'm not holding my breath.
Neither am I. But if Obama and his thugs finally get the justice they deserve, the Democrats who were silent and even cheerleaded the criminality (e. g. Demorat Senators Schumer, Franken, Tom Udall, Jeanne Shaheen, and more urging IRS muzzling of conservatives) will deserve every bit of the political fall-out and more.