An over-arching theme of the extreme toxicity of the Obama regime, which has included Hillary Clinton, is that the leaders of our government are above the law.
Evidence of this is everywhere.
Take the Freedom of Information Act, which ensures that the American public has access to the inner workings of its elected government: On March 17 this year, mr. Barack Obama exempted the Office of Administration (a White House office) from having to comply with it.
Unlike other offices within the White House, which were always exempt from the Freedom of Information Act, the Office of Administration responded to FOIA requests for 30 years. Until the Obama administration, watchdog groups on the left and the right used records from the office to shed light on how the White House works.
“This is an office that operated under the FOIA for 30 years, and when it became politically inconvenient, they decided they weren’t subject to the Freedom of Information Act any more,” said Tom Fitton of the conservative Judicial Watch. <USA Today, link>
And take the Hillary Clinton email scandal: Ms. Clinton’s lies in a recent CNN interview are being exposed even by Liberal Media, such as this piece in the Washington Post (link), and her attempts to coverup her multiple wrong-doings while Secretary of State include this gem:
…when Clinton was secretary, a cable went out under her signature warning employees to “avoid conducting official Department business from your personal e-mail accounts.”
This little tidbit is a minor part of the scandal, but I think it highlights very well the problem with tyrant Obama and tyrant Clinton: they believe they are beyond the reach of our nation’s laws and codes of conduct even while they demand compliance with those laws and codes of conduct.
Tired Hillary on CNN insisted she did nothing wrong regarding her email subterfuge, including that she “…never had a subpoena…” and so spewed an outrageous set of statements and lies that were immediately laid bare by Representative Trey Gowdy, who produced his committee’s actual subpoena, sent to Hillary on March 4th:
The day after Hillary Rodham Clinton told CNN in a wide-ranging interview that “I’ve never had a subpoena,” Rep. Trey Gowdy released the subpoena he sent her in March. <Washington Post, link>
Trey Gowdy is doing his job in challenging government officials who abuse their offices and undermine our republic, and then blatantly lie about it, but when will the full Congress take real action to stop the Obama regime?
Ultimately it is we the people who must censor such politicians / tyrants, and encourage elected representatives to remove them from office via constitutional means, if necessary.