A bipartisan coalition has asked the supreme court to give their opinion on potential impeachment proceedings against sitting president Barack Obama. The supreme court gave the green light over a month ago. However, many journalists are reporting that their stories about the proceedings and this particular story is being pulled by editors. . . . From description uploaded with video.
This is a quick update on progress with the Impeach Obama movement. On June 8th there was an overpass rally in Carlsbad, California that received national attention, because a local reporter claimed, exaggerated or not, that that it caused a ten-mile traffic jam. . .. Portion of description uploaded with video.
Featured Image:Protestors in Carlsbad, California made news a couple weeks agoholding a protest on a nearby highway overpass on Interstate 5 on June 8. The protesters held up a variety of “Impeach Obama” signs and the demonstration slowed down southbound traffic on the highway for hours. National movement will hold protests in July and August to pressure Congress to impeach President Obama. CREDIT FOR Photo: Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment.
“The Patriot Wave” will sweep the country demanding that Congress impeaches President Barack Obama, James Neighbors, National Coordinator and Founder of a movement called Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment, announced today. He said there will be nationwide overpass protests this summer in July and August. The movement is inspired by a similar protest earlier this month in California.
Protestors in Carlsbad, California made news a couple weeks ago holding a protest on a nearby highway overpass on Interstate 5 on June 8. The protesters held up a variety of “Impeach Obama” signs and the demonstration slowed down southbound traffic on the highway for hours. . . . Read Complete Report
The left-leaning Public Policy Polling has found an overwhelming support from Texas Republicans to impeach President Obama.
What’s even more intriguing is the amount of minorities who support the idea, with 15 percent of Texas’ blacks and 30 percent of the state’s Hispanics saying they’d vote for impeachment. . . . Read Complete Report