Sep 24, 2015

Petition · IMPEACH OR ARREST PRESIDENT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA FOR TREASON · Change.org

It is urgent that impeachment proceedings be brought against President Barack Hussein Obama for a variety of treasonous acts against the United States of America and its citizens or, in the alternative, that he be arrested for treason by the military, and as grounds therefor it is stated: NDAA The indefinite detention provision of The National Defense Authorization Act, that allows for...

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