Glenn Beck: Obama is fueling impeachment talk because 'the Black thing is over'

Conservative radio host Glenn Beck accused President Barack Obama on Monday of fueling talks of his own impeachment in order to better position himself on, among other things, the country's immigration issues, Right Wing Watch reported.


"Who wants it? The president does," Beck argued. "Because then he'll be able to say, 'I demand justice.' The birther thing is over, the Black thing is over. So now he needs to be able to call for justice."

Beck complained that conservatives were "losing the PR battle" on the issue of immigration reform and said Obama would try to "change the subject" to allegations of impeachment.

"Do you think anybody in the GOP is serious about impeachment?" Beck asked his staff. "I talk to a lot of the guys who should be the leaders of impeachment, if there was gonna be a leader of impeachment."

Beck did not name any of the "guys" to which he spoke about the issue. But his remarks came a day after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) refused to dismiss the possibility of such an action during an interview with Fox News. Other House Republicans like Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) have been calling for Obama's impeachment since at least October 2013.

More recently, Tea Party favorite Sarah Palin wrote, "it's time to impeach" in a column for Breitbart.com earlier this month over the influx of several thousand immigrant minors from Central American countries.

Watch footage of Beck's remarks, as posted by Right Wing Watch on Monday, below.