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“The Patriot Wave” will sweep the country demanding that Congress impeaches President Barack Obama, James Neighbors, National Coordinator and Founder of a movement called Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment, announced today. He said there will be nationwide overpass protests this summer in July and August. The movement is inspired by a similar protest earlier this month in California.

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Protestors in Carlsbad, California made news a couple weeks ago holding a protest on a nearby highway overpass on Interstate 5 on June 8. The protesters held up a variety of “Impeach Obama” signs and the demonstration slowed down southbound traffic on the highway for hours.

“On June 8th, a group of patriots protested in Carlsbad, Cal. led by Roger Ogden. After reading several news stories on that protest, the inspiration struck me that if such protests were to occur nationally, that surely Congress would listen and act, Neighbors said, “After thinking for several hours on how to create something like that, Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment was born.”

Neighbors says the Overpasses movement is growing rapidly and it’s organizers have a goal of having overpass protests in all 50 states. He said, “As we speak, organizations across America are planning protests. California, Oklahoma, Texas, Alabama, Florida and Louisiana.. For now, local groups are planning their own protests, throughout July, beginning July 4th.”

The members of the Overpasses movement regard President Obama as so thoroughly involved in the scandals as to warrant his impeachment. Neighbors said, “His administration is the most scandal ridden that I have ever known of. His policies fly in the face of the U.S. Constitution. For anyone to say he has no knowledge or part in the growing list of scandals is simply astonishing. Nixon said the same thing, and history shows how deep his involvement actually was.”

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