Now even some Democrats have had enough with Barack Obama.
Kesha Rogers, a Democrat who was running for the U.S. Senate from Texas, campaigned on a platform to impeach Obama.
Texas Democrats are hoping to hold off a potential embarrassment Tuesday night as the party’s runoff election for the U.S. Senate features an establishment pick against a follower of controversial activist Lyndon LaRouche, who has repeatedly called for the impeachment of President Barack Obama.
“Now is the time to speak the truth, frankly and boldly. Unless the Democratic Party follows my lead, and immediately and publicly breaks with Wall Street, and crushes its fascist genocidal program, this nation will soon be lost. Obama can, and must be removed, immediately. Wall Street can, and must be crushed,” the LaRouche candidate, Kesha Rogers, wrote in the opening statement of her campaign platform.
Rogers’ website also features Obama with a Hitler mustache, as shown above.
Her website reads:
Mr. Obama has pushed his own version of policies made notorious by the Adolph Hitler regime, and since condemned by the entire world. His flagrant violations of the U.S. Constitution, national and international law, in addition to posing a clear and present danger of new violations, including martial law, thermonuclear war and the violent suppression of peaceful domestic opposition, warrant his immediate removal from the office of the Presidency. This is not a Republican or Democratic issue; it is existential to our nation’s survival in the midst of a global disintegration of the trans-Atlantic monetary system.
Rogers lost the runoff election last night.