By Brandon Hall
Michigan RNC Committeeman Dave Agema blasted members of the RNC in a recent statement for admitting President Obama is guilty of impeachable offenses, yet subsequently refusing to pass a resolution in support of doing anything about it.
Agema says he is disturbed by the response and he believes that the RNC is complicit in advancing the Obama agenda...
"Not one person voted for it, even though they admit he is guilty- that is extremely disturbing," Agema said. "It makes the RNC part of the problem and complicit in Obama's actions. I heard time after time we must stand on the constitution throughout this RNC meeting but no action to defend it was taken."
While advocating for the resolution, Agema called Obama a dictator and said the RNC must stand up to him.
"We gave a majority to the House and Senate and they did nothing," Agema said. "It's the RNC's duty to steer the GOP. We have allowed a socialist dictator in the White House and the RNC has done nothing to stop Obama nor encourage a feckless congress to act."
Agema was disappointed the issue wasn't taken more seriously.
"They refused to pass my resolution to encourage congress to impeach Obama on 48 counts of treason and tyranny," Agema said. " Remember our congressmen said they couldn't do it before because they didn't have the majority to do so- they do now. I was allowed only 3 minutes to make my case before the committee and some hadn't even read the resolution, nor the rationale until they arrived at the meeting."
>>>Full Dave Agema RNC Update+Speech In Favor Of Obama Impeachment Resolution :
"The RNC meeting was held 13-16 January. It was primarily centered around the debates. I don't think the debates changed anyone's mind, but as candidates drop out, people will coalesce behind their desired candidate. This may start after the early primary elections.
The Rules Committee passed on the most meaningful issues, not desiring to cause any distractions from the elections- no controversial issues were dealt with.
The Budget Committee posted total donations for 2015 at about $104 million with $52 million from major donors and a cash balance of $18.7 million. $30 million of that was spent on technology upgrades.
The Debate Committee wanted everyone to know that they don't decide who the top tier and second tier candidates are, but rather the networks do based on their polling, not the RNC.
The Resolutions Committee passed 5 of the 10 resolutions presented.
1. Resolution in support of allowing military personnel to be armed on all military bases and recruitment centers.
2. Resolution condemning governmental overreach regarding Title IX policies in public schools.
3. Resolution opposing a carbon tax.
4. Resolution condemning the failed ISIS foreign policy of President Obama and the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
5. Resolution to save Christians from persecution and genocide.
They refused to pass my resolution to encourage congress to impeach Obama on 48 counts of treason and tyranny. Remember our congressmen said they couldn't do it before because they didn't have the majority to do so- they do now. I was allowed only 3 minutes to make my case before the committee and some hadn't even read the resolution, nor the rationale until they arrived at the meeting.
The following was my 3 minute speech:
"Survey after survey and comment after comment from politicians, political figures and even the Vice Chair of the DNC indicate the Obama regime is the most impeachable administration in US history.
Numerous members of congress and even judge Andrew Napolitano have stated that impeachment is our only constitutional solution we have left to save our republic.
Do we stand as the RNC for the constitution or do we capitulate for political expediency? I ask you----which is most important?
We gave a majority to the House and Senate and they did nothing. It's the RNC's duty to steer the GOP. We have allowed a socialist dictator in the White House and the RNC has done nothing to stop Obama nor encourage a feckless congress to act.
What this resolution does is encourages someone in congress to do the right thing. I don't buy the garbage that impeaching Obama will motivate the democrat base. This impeachment process will expose in the media-TV, radio, talk shows etc. how egregious the behavior of both Obama and Hillary has been. There comes a point when playing politics must yield to the more important issue of saving our republic from Obama and any future over zealous presidents.
The RNC is about to answer whether we stand for enforcement of the constitution or not. The RNC is about to set a precedent whether treason and tyranny are allowable and no separation of powers exist.
It will be the GOP that will be lynched for permitting tyranny to occur and not have attempted to stop it. We are seeing the overthrow of our constitutional republic and if the RNC does nothing, then we are part of the problem. If we do nothing, we are establishing a policy within the GOP that treason is NOT an impeachable offense. The yearning for success to beat our opponents is sought after, at all cost, even to the exception of the constitution itself. It won't work. If you think we have a chance to beat Hillary by sitting on our hands and do nothing, you are sadly mistaken.
Carter, Clinton and Obama were elected by the female voters and they are lining up behind Hillary, but they won't when she has been implicated as a co- conspirator of treason and tyranny for her work in the State Department.
By passing this resolution, it demonstrates to the grassroots that now believe the GOP is weak and feckless, that there are yet conservative constitutionalists within the RNC. We are supposed to be the leadership of the party and if the leadership won't stand on the constitution, who will.
Objections to such a resolution stem from ignorance of the process or they are attempting to protect a few of our own republicans that have been co-conspirators in tyranny or treason. It only takes 1 Rep to put this in, 20 yes votes in the judiciary of which 23 are republicans, and 218 yes votes on the floor of which we have 247 republicans. This public display of their behavior will emasculate both Obama and Hillary for all the world to see.
There are 48 articles of impeachment in this resolution and supporting documents for every one. Obama can do even greater damage in the next year and he most certainly will, as been evidenced in his gun executive orders and spying on congress.
There are two ways to lose a country. One is from outside forces and the other is from within via tyranny. Choose this day what you stand for, our future depends on it. Our voting base is watching and thus far, they don't like what they see.
As a former military officer, fighter pilot and State Rep I took the oath of office to defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I hope by your vote today, you will do the same. Thank you."
Not one person voted for it, even though they admit he is guilty- that is extremely disturbing. It makes the RNC part of the problem and complicit in Obama's actions. I heard time after time we must stand on the constitution throughout this RNC meeting but no action to defend it was taken."
Brandon Hall is a lifelong political nerd from Grand Haven, and is the Managing Editor of West Michigan Politics.
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