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PRINCETON — A Mendota woman who describes herself as a housewife and patriot will join a group in unfurling banners and signs over Interstate 80 on Wednesday, Sept. 11, encouraging Americans to push for impeachment of President Barack Obama.
When asked “on what grounds?” Molly Pohl said, “He has committed tyranny, there is 21 of our amendments he has violated.”
“I’m just a housewife trying to fight for my children’s future is all,” Pohl said.
From 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, on the anniversaries of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks and the attack on the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, a group of people inspired by www.overpasses.org will be on the Route 26 overpass facing east and greeting westbound motorists. She said they only will have permission to be on that side of the overpass because it has a sidewalk and fence.
“There will be signs, ‘Honk to impeach Obama,’ but it will be friendly,” she said of the planned assembly. She was at one of the events on an overpass over Interstate 74 in Bettendorf, Iowa, last week. “It’s very friendly. Actually it’s fun to see the people who respond and honk.” She and Overpasses coordinator for Illinois and Iowa Fred Schneider said there will be 12 overpass demonstrations and “impeachment rallies” on Wednesday in Illinois and 11 more in Iowa.
The overpasses group says “corruption” has “infested our government,” that “Barack Hussein Obama” should not only be impeached but “given the maximum sentence allowable by law for each of the crimes committed while in office,” that members of Congress who disregard the Constituation be removed, and that taxes be lowered, immigration policies place the American people first and that agencies be eliminated and federal government be shrunk.
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