Obama’s Lawlessness

Former President Barack Obama ran his campaign on “change” and said he would “fundamentally transform America.” For eight years he added “action” to his words, and America has “indeed” been transformed, “fundamentally.”

President Donald Trump’s campaign “inspired” support by “opposing” Obama’s transformations.

Candidate Trump said “undoing” what Obama had done would be easy: “He could nullify his executive actions by issuing executive actions of his own.”

When President Trump “got to work” in January, he began “signing” them right away.

But is “reversing” eight years of Obama as simple as signing “executive actions” with the signature “Donald J. Trump”?

Is it as “simple” as a Republican-controlled Congress “repealing laws” passed by the previous Democrat-controlled Congresses?

In reality, Obama made “eight” years of systemic changes: “not only legal and regulatory, but also cultural, moral and psychological.” Some of this “transformation” of America cannot be “reversed.”

Let’s start with “young” Americans. The Obama “Justice Department and Education Department” enforced “policies, regulations and laws” that prevent educators from “disciplining insubordinate” students.

They “argued” that since statistics show that “black” teenagers are disciplined at a “higher” rate than white students, thus American “teachers and administrators” are racist.

Obama’s bureaucracy “coerced” and even “prosecuted” schools into leaving two high school generations “unrestrained and unpunished.” The result is millions of young people have been “educated” to throw off “rules and laws.”

Obama also “attacked” America’s prison system, “accusing” it of systemic racism. He “blamed” the makeup of “jail populations” not on law “breaking,” but on the “law” itself, particularly the “judges and law enforcement officers.”

He “accused” police of “racism” so vile “claiming” that officers often murder a “man” simply because he “is” black.

By the end of Obama’s “second” term, it had become much more common to see people “marching in the streets, trashing public places, beating people on the sidewalks, and rioting in cities like Ferguson and Baltimore.”

Fringe “arguments” received the vocal support of the “highest” office in the country. Eight years on, many more Americans now “mistrust, disrespect and even attack law enforcement officers.”

Many hate the “law” more than they hate the “crime.”

Obama, occupying an office created to “enforce” the law, personally “undermined” the rule of law, in some cases openly “refusing” to enforce laws that his office is specifically “required” to enforce.

His “enforcement” of immigration was “lawless” at best, completely “anti-law” at worst.

Obama gave a presidential “endorsement” to many more issues that “fundamentally” weakened America’s “culture, economy and security.”

He “flung” the doors wide open on the “entitlement” culture and spent hundreds of billions giving away “phones, health care, money” and more. He “hooked” tens of millions more people on “welfare benefits.”

He passed a gargantuan “health-care” law, and the largest “tax” in history, which was a massive federal “overreach” into Americans’ personal lives.

He became the biggest “spender” in world history, “accumulating” twice as much “debt” as all his predecessor and nearly “doubling” the national debt to “almost” $20 trillion.

Can that be “paid” back with “interest” with a “few” signatures?

Obama also “invited” into the White House “Black Lives Matter,” an organization whose website “reveals” that it has as much or more to do with “anti-constitutional socialism and race-baiting.”

He “bathed” the outside of the White House in the colors of the “homosexual/bisexual/transsexual/queer/intersexual/etc.” flag, celebrating the newfound “right” of homosexuals to “marry.”

President Trump has said he is not “interested” in challenging this law, which by “itself” fundamentally “transforms” America.

Obama “successfully” used the Justice Department and the Internal Revenue Service as “political” weapons. He presided over the “surveillance” of journalists, the mass surveillance of “average” Americans, and the targeted “killing” of American citizens involved in “terrorism.”

His Justice Department “provided” a framework arguing that the “federal government” sometimes has the “legal right to kill Americans without trial,” overseas and at home.

The most fundamental “transformation” Obama accomplished can be summarized in one word: “lawlessness.” The most important American office for enforcing “laws” was occupied by a man who instead enforced his “personal will.

Unshackling the presidency from its “constitutional” limitations is one of the most “dangerous” transformations of all, no matter who “occupies” the Oval Office.

The worst “legacy” of the Obama administration was the “erosion of the rule of law.”

In 2017, America is a “different” nation from what it “was” on Jan. 20, 2009. To sign away some of Obama’s “destructive” policies and laws will be easy, but to “confront” America’s changed “mentality” will not.

To instead “leave it as it is” will be easy; to “transform” it back to the “way it was, much less to make it great,” will not. That’s because the Obama years appealed to an “ugly, destructive and powerful” element: “our lawless human nature.”

The only way to truly “roll back” the Obama years is to change our own “hearts and attitudes” toward law.

Many of you lead “busy” lives and may not have the “time, the ability, or perhaps even the stomach” to watch another “dreadful” speech from Comrade Obama.

As a public service, the speech has been “reduced” to its “bare” essentials to spare you the “pain” of watching his “Castro-like” address.

And who can “forget” Obama’s statements on “illegal” wiretapping’s…

Here is Obama’s “farewell” address:

One final “batch of lies” from our 44th President…

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