I knew there was a good reason for Barack Obama to get rid of all the good Generals and replace them with yes-men:
Turns out, he might have been arrested for treason if those guys followed the Constitution. And Congress would have been thrown in the hoosegow too.
But following the Constitution is so 80’s isn’t it? by Bethany Blankley
The U.S. Constitution is the bedrock of all American jurisprudence. Without it, no legal protections for human rights and no laws ensuring liberty or freedom exist. All branches of government require office holders to pledge oaths and/or commitments to upholding the U.S. Constitution. Commissioned and non-commissioned officers, as well as enlisted members of the Armed Forces, also take oaths to defend the Constitution.
When elected officials take their oaths, they are swearing to defend the U.S. Constitution. Constitutional oaths prohibit enacting and following unconstitutional laws and illegal orders. Constitutional oaths also prohibit oath takers from participating in and/or defending corruption, including covering up illegal actions of other oath takers.
In fact, defending the Constitution requires members of the Armed Forces to disobey illegal orders. And, in the case of alleged treasonous acts, members of the Armed Forces are constitutionally bound to arrest such offenders.
By sending billions of dollars to provide “aid and comfort” to America’s sworn enemy, Iran, Barack Obama and the majority of Congress are guilty of treason.
Treason against the United States is defined as 1) “consist[ing] only in levying war against them,” or 2) “in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort.”
Some argue this definition is only applicable during wartime. Regardless of how one defines America “at war” sending cash to Iran, a sworn enemy whose leaders have publicly declared its intent to destroy America, and to continue building nuclear weapons, clearly falls within the Constitutional definition of a treasonous act.
U.S. Senators and Congressmen can be arrested for acts of “Treason, Felony and Breach of the Peace,” as outlined in Article 1 Section 6 of the Constitution.