Obama Ruined…Supreme Court Ruled He Violated The Constitution By…

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Even the most dishonest, partisan hacks can’t deny that on many occasions, Obama violated the Constitution. Obama destroyed the purity of our nation’s founding document with his executive actions and his opening up our border for invasion, or his use of federal agencies to target conservatives.

Since President Trump has taken over Obama’s place, the highest court in the land has issued a repudiation of the lawlessness of the Obama administration.

According to reports, the Supreme Court has ruled that Lafe Solomon, an Obama appointee, illegally served as the acting general counsel for the National Labor Relations Board for three years.

This is why the Supreme Court ruled that President Obama violated the Constitution with allowing Solomon to act as agency appointment after the Senate refused to confirm him. The vote was 6 to 2, and the majority stated:
“We cannot cast aside the separation of powers and the Appointments Clause’s important check on executive power for the sake of administrative convenience or efficiency.”

 

David Phippen, a management-side labor attorney, believes the decision clarifies the meaning of the FVRA:
“The decision … appears to make it somewhat more difficult for Presidents to put ‘her or his people’ into important agency positions unilaterally, i.e.,  without approval of the Senate.”

 

This wasn’t the first time Obama was accused of such a thing. Five years earlier, Obama was accused of violating the Constitution for a similar reason, which was his recess-appointment of 2 leftist attorneys as NLRB board members while the Senate was still in session.

Even with all the bad things he has done, no one seems to call him out. Even media outlets don’t report about this. So, that means that he will get away with this.

At this point, the only thing we can look forward is president Trump and his plan to make things better for us.

 

 

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