Oct 22, 2010
A US analyst says some officials in the White House and the administration are considering legal action to remove Barack Obama from presidency.
“Right now, there is discussion in Washington and within the government of using the 25th amendment to the US Constitution to remove Obama from office,” Edward Spannaus from Executive Intelligence Review said in an interview with Press TV on Friday.
The amendment allows for removing the president if he/she has incapacity either physically or mentally.
“In this case, Obama is mentally incapable of fulfilling the office of president,” Spannaus went on to say.
Referring to Obama’s plummeting popularity, mostly due to the recent economic collapse in the US, Spannaus said, “There is no way that his presidency could be salvaged at this point and it does not really make any difference who wins the congressional elections.”
“He was not qualified to be the president in the first place. He was put in there precisely because he would act as a puppet and they knew he would be a puppet for Wall Street, for the London financiers and for the British,” Spannaus added.
A recent survey from Gallup has revealed that more than half of American voters would not support the incumbent US president’s re-election.
A recent survey from Gallup has revealed that more than half of American voters would not support the re-election of President Barack Obama.
This article was posted: Friday, October 22, 2010 at 3:57 am