The myopic focus upon Hussein Obama as the seemingly lone villain in the amnesty battle is not only failing to halt his actions, it is leaving other subordinate wrong-doers free to carry out his directives with seeming impunity. Chief among those like-minded co-offenders is Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson. He, after Hussein Obama, is the second most visible culprit engaged in both domestic and international anti-American activities.
A strong argument could be made that he is, at least from the standpoint of directives, documentation and his own statements, the primary party responsible for the amnesty as well as the destruction of our border and the associated enforcement systems.
It was Johnson who issued the memo on November 20th which is the foundation document upon which the illegal amnesty is based. Obama has been the orator and chief promoter of the policy of lawbreaking, Johnson has provided the kinetics. While Obama has never issued or signed an amnesty executive order, Johnson took documented action to diminish and negate American law enforcement in keeping with the Obama stated intent, crimes which violate his apparently meaningless oath and the laws of our nation.
By restricting their response to the person occupying the White House, those in Congress who oppose this lawlessness are ignoring a legitimate and prime target that demands to be prosecuted.
Article ll, Section 4 of the Constitution states: “The president, vice-president and all civil officers of the United States shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors.”
The impeachment of a cabinet official is widely considered to fall under the “civil officers” classification, with precedent being set in the impeachment of the Secretary of War under President Ulysses S. Grant, William Belknap. Belknap was accused of accepting kickbacks and illicit arms deals. The offenses of Jeh Johnson are far more egregious, damaging to our nation, and threatening to our sovereignty.
Johnson’s assault on and direct violation of our Constitution and our national defense mechanisms would surely place him as a candidate for prosecution for treason, at a minimum. His role in facilitating an invasion through child trafficking from Central America may well have also involved bribery to foreign officials and cartel members. His invalidation of U.S. immigration law and his orders to his subordinates to violate those same laws as well as their sworn oaths to uphold the law and the Constitution are only the beginning of a list of charges that would fit the definition of High Crimes and Misdemeanors.