An Obama impeachment is something one of the Representatives in Washington believe could be done with enough votes. CS Monitor reports Aug. 23 that Sen. Tom Coburn of Okla. is the latest weighing in on wanting to see President Obama impeached. He told a meeting of 300 in Muskogee that Obama is “getting perilously close” to impeachment. He added that his administration is "lawless."
“I quite frankly think he’s in a difficult position he’s put himself in, and if it continues, I think we’re going to have another constitutional crisis in our country in terms of the presidency,” Coburn said.
It was Rep. Blake Farenthold (R) of Texas that said enough votes from the House would probably impeach the President.
Farenthold said, “If we were to impeach the president tomorrow, we would probably get the votes in the House of Representatives to do it.”
In Michigan, Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (R) said that “It would be a dream come true,” Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (R) of Mich. said about filing impeachment charges against Obama. He added that at this time he doesn't have enough evidence to do that.
An Obama impeachment is not likely to occur. The report states that several Republicans are bringing this up partly because they want to appease their supporters. Even if the House of Representatives did vote to impeach the president, the Democratic-controlled Senate would not go for it.