Judge Andrew Napolitano stopped by Fox & Friends Friday morning, where he and Eric Bolling discussed how the House of Representatives recently shot down President Obama’s efforts to allow people in certain states to collect welfare checks for activities like bed rest, massage, and motivational reading.
Were these efforts, Bolling asked, done outside of the law?
“They are breaking the law,” said the Judge, saying that, while there is a long history of presidents “tweaking” the law where they see fit, President Obama is now going against the precedent set by Bill Clinton when it comes to welfare. The President, he said, has essentially decided to “break the law.”
“It is wrong, it is illegal, and unconstitutional… and he will get away with it,” said Napolitano. “He has little respect for the Congress or constitution, very little respect for laws that he disagrees with.”
Have a look, via Fox News:
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