Shepard Smith asked Judge Andrew Napolitano whether or not the Taliban prisoner exchange was legal under the NDAA H.R. 1960 Statute.
The judge explained that the swap was illegal because taxpayer dollars were spent to remove these prisoners from Guantanamo Bay without giving Congress 30 days notice. However, Napolitano goes a step further by pointing out that Obama has provided material assistance (human assets) to the Taliban, which has been identified by Congress to be a non-state terrorist organization.
This is a crime punishable by imprisonment of 10 years to life, which covers all Americans–including the President.
The law of the land applies to every citizen, every person residing on U.S. soil. The President of this once great, and could be great again country, disagrees with that.
President-elect Barack Hussein Obama thinks he is above the law, he feels that his position makes it okay for him to over-ride the system, that he can do what he likes, when he likes with complete impunity.
Thanks to the cowardly inaction of those who could, if they chose to, FORCE Obama to tow the line, he continues to get away with committing acts that would see any other citizen in the country locked away for life.
He is aiding and abetting a terrorist group that seeks to do harm to American citizens, and American interests, at home and on foreign soil.
As Neopolitano said regarding the Taliban prisoners released in exchange for Bowe Bergdahl:
“By releasing these guys into the theatre of war in the Middle East he has provided material assistance to a terrorist organization. Fact, the Taliban has been declared by the Congress and the President to be a non-state terrorist organization.
Fact, federal statute makes it a crime punishable by 10-years in jail, up to life in prison, for materially aiding a terrorist organization. Fact, the courts have ruled any assistance, knowingly and intentionally, provided to a terrorist organization by an American, makes that American liable for prosecution under this statute.”
Chris Carrington is a writer, researcher and lecturer with a background in science, technology and environmental studies. Chris is an editor for The Daily Sheeple. Wake the flock up!