A U.S. Army Captain with “ISIS Operation Inherent Resolve” stationed at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait has filed a lawsuit against President Obama due to his ongoing illegal wars in the Middle East.
“To honor my oath, I am asking the court to tell the president that he must get proper authority from Congress, under the War Powers Resolution, to wage the war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria,” Army Captain Nathan Michael Smith said in the 53-page document filed with the DC US District Court.
He contends that this war violates the War Powers Resolution, is illegal, and that Article II, section 2 of the Constitution does not authorize the president to initiate hostilities without a declaration of war or specific statutory authorization.
Most Americans don’t even know how many countries their government is currently bombing (it was at least seven by 2014).
Obama dropped 23,144 bombs in Middle Eastern countries in 2015 alone. By that count, you’d think ISIS would be erased from the face of the planet. Instead, more and more “boots” are being placed “on the ground” in Iraq and Syria all the time.
Just because no one has said it’s an official “war” doesn’t make it anything less… and people aren’t even paying attention anymore to whether or not the wars our government is waging are actually Constitutional or not.
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