GOP Lawmakers’ Secret Mideast Trip Could Foreshadow Obama Downfall - Reports coming from the Middle East which have implicated the President in illegal activities...
(By Erik Rush, Canada Free Press)
Apparently, there are at least three American lawmakers who have determined to do their jobs, this being to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America. Unlike the craven, egocentric, self-aggrandizing majority of our congressmen and senators, at great personal risk, Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), and Steve King (R-IA) conducted an off-the-record trip (“mission” might actually be a better description) to the Middle East this past week.
As reported by the Washington Times, the three utilized commercial flights “into high-profile danger zones like Beirut, Cairo and Tripoli,” meeting with top-level officials in the region.
According to The Washington Post, Bachmann, Gohmert, and King met with embassy officials in Tripoli “to receive updates on the Benghazi attack and on the general situation in Libya.” The attack on the compound in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012, has led to a myriad of questions on the part of Congress and the American people, but none of these have been answered satisfactorily by the administration. The ostensible efforts of the State Department to determine what occurred have been perfunctory at best, yet information coming out of Libya, Egypt, and certain independent parties has all but condemned Obama and his State Department, suggesting everything from a cavalier abandonment of the personnel there, to premeditation and complicity in their deaths.
Additionally, the actions of Obama toward arming rebels fighting the Assad regime in Syria (done at first clandestinely, and later openly) has raised other grave concerns. Many of these rebels are al-Qaeda and other Islamist affiliates, thus effectively condemning the President of treason, inasmuch as they are America’s sworn enemies.
Actions of Obama toward arming rebels fighting the Assad regime in Syria, Treason
Rep. King is a member of the House Judiciary Committee. Rep. Bachmann is a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, the chief organization within the U.S. House of Representatives charged with the oversight of US intelligence operations. Rep. Gohmert was recently named Vice Chair of the Judiciary subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security. All of these positions reflect those wherein the occupants would be concerned with, and have jurisdiction over, the areas of law that would come to bear in any investigation into alleged untoward activities of President Obama, his cabinet members, State Department officials, and others.