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(Updated December 20, corrected major story line error) Note, the following is an "Official Warning." This is not a politically correct novel. It may be seen as bashing the current and Clinton administrations. This book may increase the blood pressure of Democrats and Progressives. You have been warned. Note #2, Published story will be 250+ pages telling an alternative hist (Updated December 20, corrected major story line error) Note, the following is an "Official Warning." This is not a politically correct novel. It may be seen as bashing the current and Clinton administrations. This book may increase the blood pressure of Democrats and Progressives. You have been warned. Note #2, Published story will be 250+ pages telling an alternative history where The President is brought up on charges relating to the cover up of the incidents which led to the death of Ambassador Stevens. Months after Ambassador Stevens died in Benghazi, Libya. A local CIA agent discovers a piece of a cellular phone circuit board. The board still has a small memory chip embedded on it which contains a partial recording of a discussion Ambassador had with the Secretary of State during the attack where he lost his life. Five years later the recording is discovered by a new employee at the NSA. She is shocked when she listens to it. Her supervisor tells her to forget it. The supervisor tells her, her job is at risk if she doesn't forget about the recording. She decides the truth is more important than her job. She smuggles the recording out of the NSA. Returning home she posts it on the internet from a public library. The public is shocked and split between not believing the recording is real and those who believe it and demand action. Congress debates the issue for months when public pressure becomes so hot, two Congressmen are recalled for not voting for Impeachment. The Speaker of the House calls for debate on articles of Impeachment that include, a charge of second degree murder, lying under oath and treason. The President's supporters threaten a race war if Congress moves ahead with the Impeachment. This is the story that "might have been." President Obama is facing Impeachment, Mrs. Clinton is facing criminal charges while she's running for President. The story covers the time period of March to November 2016. What happens when the first African American President has to defend his position and explain his secrets? How does the country react to the Impeachment and trial? How does the impeachment effect the primaries and the Presidential election? Will the President be the first sitting President to be removed from office?


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(Updated December 20, corrected major story line error) Note, the following is an "Official Warning." This is not a politically correct novel. It may be seen as bashing the current and Clinton administrations. This book may increase the blood pressure of Democrats and Progressives. You have been warned. Note #2, Published story will be 250+ pages telling an alternative hist (Updated December 20, corrected major story line error) Note, the following is an "Official Warning." This is not a politically correct novel. It may be seen as bashing the current and Clinton administrations. This book may increase the blood pressure of Democrats and Progressives. You have been warned. Note #2, Published story will be 250+ pages telling an alternative history where The President is brought up on charges relating to the cover up of the incidents which led to the death of Ambassador Stevens. Months after Ambassador Stevens died in Benghazi, Libya. A local CIA agent discovers a piece of a cellular phone circuit board. The board still has a small memory chip embedded on it which contains a partial recording of a discussion Ambassador had with the Secretary of State during the attack where he lost his life. Five years later the recording is discovered by a new employee at the NSA. She is shocked when she listens to it. Her supervisor tells her to forget it. The supervisor tells her, her job is at risk if she doesn't forget about the recording. She decides the truth is more important than her job. She smuggles the recording out of the NSA. Returning home she posts it on the internet from a public library. The public is shocked and split between not believing the recording is real and those who believe it and demand action. Congress debates the issue for months when public pressure becomes so hot, two Congressmen are recalled for not voting for Impeachment. The Speaker of the House calls for debate on articles of Impeachment that include, a charge of second degree murder, lying under oath and treason. The President's supporters threaten a race war if Congress moves ahead with the Impeachment. This is the story that "might have been." President Obama is facing Impeachment, Mrs. Clinton is facing criminal charges while she's running for President. The story covers the time period of March to November 2016. What happens when the first African American President has to defend his position and explain his secrets? How does the country react to the Impeachment and trial? How does the impeachment effect the primaries and the Presidential election? Will the President be the first sitting President to be removed from office?

31 review for The Impeachment of Barack Obama (100 Days)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Scott Larson

    Interesting premise This book is an interesting premise but there are huge problems with this book. First, it's just poorly written. Every sentence is exactly the same structure so it's choppy with no no flow or rhythm. Second, there are major plot errors, for instance when Washington is filled with protesters and nothing can move and the president is in the tunnels being led by the secret service . . . Then, all of a sudden, the president is in a bulletproof SUV outside the city and on the phone Interesting premise This book is an interesting premise but there are huge problems with this book. First, it's just poorly written. Every sentence is exactly the same structure so it's choppy with no no flow or rhythm. Second, there are major plot errors, for instance when Washington is filled with protesters and nothing can move and the president is in the tunnels being led by the secret service . . . Then, all of a sudden, the president is in a bulletproof SUV outside the city and on the phone directing his minions. Again, huge plot errors. Lastly, the dialog is just bad, really bad. Again, an interesting premise but the execution of the story by the author fails miserably. I cannot recommend this book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lillian I Smith

    Demi's need not apply Well the CIA has not come to pick me up....yet. Not an unpleasant read. Breezy and somewhat repetitive. A fair rundown on the impeachment process. Hate to admit, I enjoyed it.

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