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Blackmailing Obama

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Of all the most dangerous aspects of the constitutionally ineligible Obama usurping the office of the Presidency, the prospect of blackmail is  one of the most frightening.  When a person owes his job to a cover-up and election fraud, he will do anything to keep it.  And remember, if it wasn’t for the fraud, he would not have been on the ballot, and we would not be facing this prospect of treason from within.  In my view, Obama has now crossed that line definitively.

Under this scenario, the United States is dragged into one conflict after another, or the resources of the country are spent elsewhere because a President  is afraid to be caught in a life-long lie, and is thus beholden to another agenda.  In my opinion, a great part of this pResident is motivated by his information-holding blackmailers to do as they say or be exposed.  The pathological narcissist is the perfect target for blackmail.

Protecting and defending the Constitution and American lives should be a first priority for any American President.  But bounded by the ‘favors’ he owes his financial and political backers, protecting America takes a back seat to the payback of those who put him in office.

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