Larry Pratt loves a good conspiracy theory, especially when it's about President Obama and the Democrats, and has advocated several times for the impeachment of President Obama based on those conspiracy theories.
But this may mark the first time that Pratt switched over from conspiracy theorist to conspirator. This week with fellow lunatic Stan Solomon on Talk To Solomon, Larry Pratt presented the basic outline for how Republicans could force Obama into acting in a way that could be considered grounds for impeachment.
After the usual ramblings about Obama being "a very dangerous man" who "really has an impulse for total control," Pratt called on Republicans in the House of Representatives to refuse to fund any and all Obama-backed projects.
According to Pratt, this will eventually force Obama to "spend money without authorization," which will then give Congress, in his interpretation, justifiable grounds for impeachment.
In a nutshell, this is the same ploy that Congress employed during the government shutdown. First, they manufactured the shutdown by demanding several concessions in exchange for keeping the government funded, then started crying about tyranny as soon as the first effects of the shutdown unfolded.
Remind me, how did that work out for the G.O.P. again?