Actor Steven Seagal Believes Obama Should Have Been Impeached

Actor Steven Seagal appeared at the Western Conservative Conference in Phoenix on February 22, 2014, where he lamented on the leadership in our country. If the truth came out, he said, Obama would be impeached.

Western Journalism reported and posted a video showing Actor Steven Seagal calling for President Obama’s impeachment due to the number of scandals that is plaguing the administration, including the Benghazi terrorist attack.

The actor appeared at the Western Conservative Conference in Phoenix, AZ on February 22, 2014, and was not aware that he would be speaking but what he did say, he spoke plainly in the seriousness with his message.

During the conference, a lot of funny political jokes were said but Seagal said that what he is about to say will not fit into the funniness of the night’s event.

Seagal said, “What I have to say is quite serious. What I want to say is that never in my life did I ever believe that our country would be taken over by people, like the people who are running it… at this day.”

Seagal went to present examples of Obama thinking the Constitution is a joke and has issued almost a thousand executive orders.

Concerning the Department of Justice, Seagal in-part said, “We have a Department of Justice that thinks that any kind of a judicial system they make up as they go along can get by… with whatever they decide they want to do.”

“What’s happened with Fast and Furious?”

Seagal also questioned of why nothing is being done about the IRS scandal, the truthfulness of the Benghazi terrorist attack and a host of other Obama administration scandals.

As far as impeachment, Segal said, “If the truth about Benghazi were to come out now, I don’t think that this man will make it through his term. I think he will be impeached.”

In related news, the Washington Times reported on Tuesday that the conservativeCoalition of African American Pastors, have taken a stand and said that Attorney General Eric Holder ought to be impeached for his stance on gay marriage laws and that Obama has been given a free pass to do what he pleases.

In January 2014, Republican U.S. Congressman Steve Stockman of Texas has been seeking public support for introducing articles of impeachment of President Obama.

Stockman’s drive for impeachment of Obama comes from the report from last year when the New American reported that impeachment support has been gaining strength as voters say that the Obama administration is out of control.