Filed under: Democrat Corruption, Freedom, Law, Politics, The Constitution, The United States | Tags: Does It Mean What It Says?, The House of Representatives, The Importance of the Constitution
Trey Gowdy received a standing ovation from his colleagues for this short speech. This happened back in March, but bears repeating. Congressman Gowdy has said something that has badly needed saying. It is not partisan, but simply recognizes the legal limits of our Constitutional form of government.
This is the president who is widely referred to by the media as a “professor of Constitutional Law.” He was a part-time lecturer in civil rights law at the University of Chicago, in a course in which he usually taught, we are told, Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals — not Constitutional Law at all. Whether the president is acting out the rules for radicals, or just his own imperial view of the office of the presidency, Congress has been forced into being complicit in allowing the law to be ignored.
Trey Gowdy was here introducing a law to force compliance from the president.