Ben Shapiro’s idea to enable Americans to ‘[cut] the Achilles heel’ of the Obama administration

By adding language to RICO enabling individuals harmed by the executive branch to pursue legal action against the executive branch (up to and including the president) — a realistic though highly challenging proposition in Shapiro’s estimation — the conservative commentator believes Americans could cut “the Achilles heel of the executive branch.”

Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, author most recently of books including “Bullies” and “Primetime Propaganda” has a new book out this week titled “The People Vs. Barack Obama: The Criminal Case Against the Obama Administration.”

In the book, Shapiro makes the case that the Obama administration has effectively acted as a criminal cabal, necessitating criminal prosecution by individual Americans in lieu of impeachment.

In an interview with TheBlaze Books (Facebook, Twitter), we spoke with Shapiro about this strategy, in which he argued for a legal remedy that could prompt a Constitutional crisis that in Shapiro’s view is long overdue.

Noting that “it’s important to start seeing the Obama administration as a criminal enterprise,” whose lawlessness represents a “criminal problem,” Shapiro argued that the strongest remedy for those damaged by the administration is under a law created to prosecute members of the Mafia, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).


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