Klayman didn’t mention his attempted revolution to remove the president from office, but he did find time to discuss his lawsuit against Obama’s recent executive actions on guns, warning that such actions by the White House show that the president may try to stay in power after his second term expires.
“I believe he would like to stay in power,” Klayman said. “You know, at the end of the Clinton years, everybody thought he was going to declare a state of national emergency under FEMA and take control. With Obama, I don’t think it’s likely but it could happen. He does believe that he is above the law, that he’s king. I hope that does not happen, but the country is in such a bad shape right now that he could try almost anything.”
After Jones claimed that President Clinton did indeed attempt to seize power, Klayman told Jones that the two of them are “charter members” of Obama’s “subversive list”