- The Washington Times - Monday, May 5, 2014

A new book written by a former top federal prosecutor — Andrew McCarthy — takes a look at all the scandals and secrecies that have plagued the Obama administration, dissects the facts and then sums: Impeachment is a valid notion.

“Faithless Execution” is due for release in June, and it’s being billed as the “first serious effort to build a principled political indictment of the nation’s 45th president … the mainstream case for the “I-word” — impeachment,” The Blaze reported.

Mr. McCarthy argues in its pages that Mr. Obama has subverted the Constitution and demonstrated “rampant lawlessness [that] represents a systematic threat to our constitutional order — a threat so egregious it requires action,” the media kit for the book stated.

Among his arguments: Mr. Obama’s guilty of “fraud on the American people” because he “deliberately misled” on Obamacare, he said. Mr. Obama’s guilty of the “systematic politicization of a Department of Justice that has covered up the Fast & Furious scandal,” he wrote.

And Mr. Obama is guilty of “dereliction of duty as commander in chief” by providing “grossly inadequate security” for U.S. citizens serving in Benghazi, he said, The Blaze reported.

Mr. McCarthy used to serve as assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York. He’s known perhaps most widely for heading up the prosecution against the “blind sheikh” Omar Abdel Rahman in the 1995 terrorism case.

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