Pfeiffer to Stephanopoulos: “The law is irrelevant”

Earlier Pfeiffer declared Obama’s actions in the immediate aftermath of Benghazi are irrelevant, now we know he considers the law to be irrelevant as well. That’s a startling statement for a spokesman for the President of the United States to make. But, sadly, given that Obama presides over a lawless presidency, I’m quite sure Pfeiffer believes it. If there’s anything we’ve learned over the past four and a half years of the Obama regime, it’s that they don’t feel constrained in the least by such antiquated constitutional concepts as the separation of power or the rule of law. Why, then, would they think the law is relevant when it comes to the IRS’s targeting of Obama’s political opponents?

Related. Here’s Krauthammer discussing Obama’s lawless presidency a few months ago:


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