The "Impeach Obama Campaign" claims that President Barack Obama had plans to strike Syria and topple the Bashar al-Assad regime long before the alleged use of chemical weapons and Syrian civil war began, this according to an August 30 Inquisitr top news report.
The controversial group, which focuses on Articles of Impeachment against President Obama, says it has proof the decision to attack Syria was planned before the ongoing war between rebel factions and the Syrian government began.
In a purported hacked email from Stratfor, an intelligence giant, released by Wikileaks in 2012, the "Complete Grand Plan" to attack Syria was planned by the Obama Administration back in 2011.
Allegedly, information contained in the hacked email shows that the Pentagon drew up plans to attack Syria before the civil war started, at the direction of Barack Obama.
Moreover, the timeline suggested that it was months after the United States attacked Libya without the go-ahead from Congress. Eventually, Muammar Gaddafi was captured by rebel factions and killed, which led to a planned installment of al-Qaeda, according to the " Impeach Obama Campaign" report.
Secretary of State John Kerry had a broad message to the American people and International community in his address on August 30. Essentially, he said it is "No longer what do we know, it is what do we do" about the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, citing a live CNBC breaking news report.
Despite congressional push-back and skepticism, Secretary Kerry appears to have made the case for a "limited" strike against the Syrian government.
Impeach Obama activists insist that the president deliberately planned the course of action three years ago. Allegedly, the strategy was to arm al-Qaeda operatives looking for a new operational base in Syria while the United States guts "another Arab country of its resources," according to the campaign to impeach Barack Obama.
Convinced that the country is not in a true civil war; skeptics believe the Assad regime is fighting U.S-sponsored mercenaries and Obama has eyes on the semi-rich oil-producing Syrian nation.
While Congressman Blake Farenthold believes the U.S. House of Representatives have enough votes to impeach Obama, many -- not even Republicans -- think it is a wise move at this time.
However, with the Benghazi scandal, weapons shipments to Syrian rebels without Congressional approval, Obamacare, NSA spying controversy and the potential strike on Syria over alleged chemical weapon's use, the movement to impeach President Barack Obama is quietly gaining steam -- all at a time when the country is healing from previous wars in the Middle East.
It’s all conjecture at this point, and likely a far stretch of opinion by opponents of the president. Nonetheless, the merits of these reports should not be discounted until further evidence surfaces to the contrary.