BREAKING: 22 Congressmen Bravely Launch Move to Bring Down Obama

April 21, 2015 2:09 pmViews: 4145

Bring down Obama

Hardly do we have members of Congress that will do what it takes to reign in the lawlessness of Barack Hussein Obama, but occasionally some take the risk of being vilified in the media and by their fellow Congressmen. We do have 3 distinct branches of government for a reason. Congress is not supposed to agree or even disagree with the President of the United States strictly on party lines or some kind of misplaced loyalty. Congress is tasked with writing legislation and to serve as a check on the president's power, not to take sides.

With the increasing push by Obama to govern as he sees fit, without input and as a check to his raw power from Congress, 22 Representative  have demanded the Government Accountability Office do a formal audit of Obama's immigration shenanigans as to the moving around of money to pay for his illegal immigration executive actions.

A group of 22 brave congressmen lead by Rep Louis Gohmert wants to know how Obama is paying for actions he shouldn't even be taking since an formal court injunction was imposed on his executive action to stop deportations of Dreamer's parents.

Let's hope this demand for an audit starts to unravel the entire scheme Obama has been running since his first inauguration in 2008.

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Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, and 21 other members of Congress are demanding the Government Accountability Office conduct a formal audit of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services out of growing suspicion that money is being improperly used to fund President Obama’s unilateral immigration actions in violation of court order.

Of greatest concern to Gohmert and the other members is the allocation of fees collected by the government through the legal immigration process and whether money charged of those in the country legally is actually being used to secure legal status for those who broke the law to get to the U.S.

“They raise most of their money through fees,” Gohmert said in an interview with WND and Radio America. “They used the fees for things they lied about using them for. We need the Government [Accountability] Office to get to the bottom. What are they using those fees for?”

The issue is triggering more concern for numerous reasons, the most recent of which stems from a confrontation inside the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday between Gohmert and Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Sarah Saldena.

Gohmert asked Saldena why the government has already granted three-year deferrals to more than 108,000 illegal immigrants who ought to be deported and where the authorization came from. Saldena said the authorization did not matter to her since it came from Citizenship and Immigration Services, or CIS.

When Gohmert wondered if Saldena was not bothered by the prospect of so many people receiving fraudulent benefits, she insisted she was concerned about potential fraud.

“If you don’t like fraud, does it bother you that your Homeland Security Department that you work for has actually instigated a fraud among the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas?” asked Gohmert at the hearing.

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