Lawyer Who Beat NSA Pressing His Luck With Attempt To Deport Obama

Conservative legal activist Larry Klayman won the first and so far only federal court ruling against the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of U.S. phone records in December 2013. But before he gets around to defending that win before a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on November 4th, he has already submitted a “deportation petition” against President Barack Obama. Klayman is asking authorities to begin the process of removing the sitting president of the United States of America from the boundaries of the United States of America. Klayman likened Obama to King George III during his first courtroom showdown in the NSA case but says his effort to deport Obama is unlikely to influence appeals court judges considering his arguments against mass surveillance.

THE CONVERSATION QUESTION: How Much Should The Obama Administration Worry About The Stunt To ‘Deport’ The President?

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