President Barack Obama is so angry with American voters for giving Republicans control of Congress that he’ll basically dare them to impeach him.
At least, that’s what former game show host Chuck Woolery says.
“Now Obama has a new enemy. The American people,” Woolery warned Wednesday. “They had the audacity to vote against him. Now he will show them what for. just wait.”
Now Obama has a new enemy. The American people. They had the audacity to vote against him. Now he will show them what for. just wait.— Chuck Woolery (@Chuck Woolery)1415244126.0
The 73-year-old is best known as original host of “Love Connection,” but he lately has become an outspoken advocate of conservative politics on his Twitter feed and writing for The Washington Times and Newsmax.
“I guarantee that #Obama is angry with the American people for this election,” Woolery tweeted. “He will do anything to try to get the congress to #Impeach him.”
I guarantee that #Obama is angry with the American people for this election. He will do anything to try to get the congress to #Impeach him.— Chuck Woolery (@Chuck Woolery)1415248848.0
He echoed comments made by conservative pundit Charles Krauthammer, who agreed with Fox News host Bill O’Reilly that the president intended to “go out with guns blazing.”
“(He is) going to sort of get his revenge on everybody by doing a reckless thing which is to legalize millions of illegal aliens, I would say, unconstitutionally, in a way that he knows is going to create a crisis,” Krauthammer said.
But both Woolery and Krauthammer cautioned, in remarkably similar language, Republicans not to take the bait and give Obama the impeachment he apparently craves.
“Now is the time for the Republicans to be very focused and not fall for the impeachment attempt,” Woolery said. “Kick his butt with bill after bill.”
Krauthammer urged Republicans to be “disciplined” and pivot from being the “being the party of no to the party with an agenda.”
“The prize here is not the impeachment of Obama and the curtailing of his term by three months,” he told O’Reilly. “The prize is winning the White House in 2016 and changing the country.”
Woolery, who was the original host of “Wheel of Fortune,” shares some political views with his successor, Pat Sajak, who has occasionally made news for his own daft pronouncements on social media.
“The word Democracy is no more correct in describing America, than assault weapon describes a GLOCK,” Woolery tweeted. “Made up by Democrats. Period.”
The word Democracy is no more correct in describing America, than assault weapon describes a GLOCK. Made up by Democrats. Period.— Chuck Woolery (@Chuck Woolery)1414962785.0
A quick perusal of Woolery’s recent tweets reveals strong objections to mentions of race, which he finds to be racist, and political compromise.
“#TomBrokaw wants to know how #Republicans are prepared to meet #Democrats in the middle,” Woolery tweeted. “I know. A swift kick to the crotch. The middle.”
#TomBrokaw wants to know how #Republicans are prepared to meet #Democrats in the middle. I know. A swift kick to the crotch. The middle.— Chuck Woolery (@Chuck Woolery)1415053808.0
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