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By J.B. Williams
January 16, 2016

At the opening of the January Republican National Committee meeting in Charleston South Carolina Wednesday, the RNC Resolutions Committee was forced to vote on a RNC Resolution known as the Agema Resolution, supporting the proper Impeachment of Barack Hussein Obama for his many crimes of treason, tyranny and treachery against the United States and the people.

The nine member Resolutions Committee chaired by Carolyn McLarty of Oklahoma, voted unanimously to kill the Agema Resolution in committee, preventing the full body of the RNC from ever having a vote or voice on the measure in the full meeting scheduled for Friday January 15.

Not one member of the RNC Resolutions Committee supported the Agema Resolution to impeach what is admittedly the most impeachable administration in U.S. history. Not even known acts of treason and tyranny by the Obama Administration, not the Iran deal, or even Obama’s recent unilateral gun grab EO (Executive Order) just a week ago, was enough to cause the leadership of the Republican Party to support a resolution on impeachment.

The nine members of the RNC Resolutions Committee who blocked the measure from the full body are as follows…

Carolyn McLarty (Oklahoma) Chair
Melody Potter (West Virginia)
Paul Reynolds (Alabama)
Tamara Scott (Iowa)
Steve Scheffler (Iowa)
Pat Longo (Connecticut)
John Frey (Connecticut)
Rosie Tripp (New Mexico)
Linda Acherman (California)

Republicans were given the purse strings in 2010 and have not “defunded” anything since, not even Planned Parenthood. From 2009 through 2014, the Republican excuse for not impeaching Obama was “we don’t control the Senate” and “we will impeach if we get control of the Senate,” which the people gave them control of a year ago in the 2014 election cycle.

Since 2014, the Republican excuse for not impeaching has been, “there is no public outcry for impeachment,” which is true, because Republicans had taken “impeachment off the table” under Boehner and McConnell, and clearly, it remains “off the table” under Paul Ryan, and certainly Priebus.

In an effort to show congressional Republicans support for Republican voters and donors as well as the Rule of Constitutional Law, Dave Agema (RNC-MI) and three Co-Sponsors, Diana Orrock (RNC-NV), Curley Haughland (RNC-ND) and Marti Halverson (RNC-WY) introduced a Republican National Committee Resolution in support of Proper Impeachment at the January 2016 RNC meeting. (SEE RESOLUTION HERE)

But before the full body of the RNC would have a chance to vote on the measure, the Resolutions Committee Chaired by Carolyn McLarty (Oklahoma) would scuttle the Resolution on arrival, in a nine to nothing committee “NO” vote that would prevent the balance of the RNC from any opportunity to support the resolution.

Reasons stated for their refusal to stand with the people in defense of the US Constitution were “it could mess up our GOP nominations for 2016” and “we would see a horrific backlash from Priebus” and “it could motivate support for Hillary Clinton among democrat voters…”

In other words, for the nine members of the Resolutions Committee, everything is about mere politics, party over principle, continuous election cycles that never end, over the Rule of Law and constitutional accountability for the most impeachable administration in United States history…

Worried about a backlash from Priebus or democrat voters, the committee voted to give conservatives distraught over the destruction of our country, absolutely no reason to support Republicans in any future election, or at least, until the RNC decides to represent the GOP electorate.

Convinced that they can win elections by simply doing nothing more than pointing out how evil their opponents are, while doing nothing at all to confront that evil, the RNC Committee took it upon themselves to decide that even treason is no longer an impeachable offense in America, denying the balance of the RNC to even have a voice on the matter.

And that, my fellow life-long Republicans, is why the GOP is doomed for the ash heap of political parties. As Ronald Reagan once said about his former Democrat Party, we didn’t leave our party, our party has left us…

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And unless at least one House Republican summons the decency and courage to introduce impeachment on their own, soon, the once great Constitutional Republic is dead and gone… Clearly, no one in national politics stands with the people in defense of the US Constitution and Bill of Rights today…

Oh sure, plenty of empty rhetoric from Republicans… but clearly, when given the opportunity to do something real, that actually matters, they run for the hills, fearful of Priebus and Democrats, but not at all worried about any backlash from their own donors and voters…

For the record, Republicans don’t need to do anything to motivate democrats to vote for Marxists like Hillary or Bernie…. What they needed to do was give conservatives a reason to vote for Republicans… and they just voted unanimously not to…

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JB Williams is a writer on matters of history and American politics with more than 3000 pieces published over a twenty-year span. He has a decidedly conservative reverence for the Charters of Freedom, the men and women who have paid the price of freedom and liberty for all, and action oriented real-time solutions for modern challenges. He is a Christian, a husband, a father, a researcher, writer and a business owner. He is co-founder of action organizations The United States Patriots Union, a civilian parent organization for The Veteran Defenders of America. He is also co-founder of The North American Law Center, a citizen run investigative legal research and activism organization preparing to take on American's greatest legal battles. Williams receives mail at:

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And that, my fellow life-long Republicans, is why the GOP is doomed for the ash heap of political parties. As Ronald Reagan once said about his former Democrat Party, we didn’t leave our party, our party has left us...