Erik Rush Calls On Military To Remove Obama From Office

Far-right columnist Erik Rush has come to believe that efforts to impeach and remove President Obama from office are unlikely to succeed, so he is now is calling on “military personnel” to “lend their support to an effort by Congress to remove the president through methods other than impeachment.”

In a WorldNetDaily column today, Rush doesn’t specify the extra-constitutional means he hopes to use to oust Obama, but he does regret that such a move is “less likely than it otherwise might have been given the widespread purge that has taken place within the military.”

Previously, Rush has called for Obama’s ouster “by any means necessary,” and repeatedly advocated executing the president.

Were there members of Congress with the courage to do so, ample evidence and leverage exists to quietly demand the resignation of this president and his Cabinet, indeed, of the vice president as well. Such an event would be quite scandalous, but it pales in comparison to the upheavals that will surely come if those who have studied Alinsky, Lenin and Mao are allowed to further their agenda unchecked.

There is the possibility that certain military personnel might lend their support to an effort by Congress to remove the president through methods other than impeachment, although this is less likely than it otherwise might have been given the widespread purge that has taken place within the military. As reported in WND, retired Maj. Gen. Paul E. Vallely, the chairman of Stand Up America, has been at the forefront of researching tactics that might be used (within the law) to oust the Obama cabal.

Barring such scenarios, there are those who have called for peaceful mass demonstrations demanding the same, as well as the resignations of some of the more corrupt leaders in the House and Senate. Despite the potential for affairs to go awry, I support considering such a plan, because not only would it transmit our willingness to resist the government, but it would provide evidence of that willingness to Americans yet unengaged in the nascent resistance.

In truth, there is nothing wrong with the government per se. It is like unto a vintage automobile with an intoxicated driver at the wheel. It’s just a matter of getting the keys away.

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