I told you last week that Congressman Ted Yoho (R-FL) informed attendees at a town hall meeting that House Republicans would be seeking the impeachment of Attorney General Eric Holder regarding Operation Fast and Furious by the end of the year. Well, now articles of impeachment will be introduced in the House of Representatives on Thursday by Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX) and seven congressmen have signed onto the resolution. These articles go way beyond Fast and Furious.

In conversation with Rep. Olson’s office, Freedom Outpost was told that the resolution is set to be introduced Thursday afternoon in the House.

Olson, who was elected in 2009, has been calling for Holder’s impeachment since August.

There are four articles in the impeachment resolution.

Article I claims that Holder “engaged in a pattern of conduct incompatible with the trust and confidence placed in him by refusing to “turn over lawfully subpoenaed documents requested by Congress” as part of a Congressional investigation into Fast and Furious.

Article II claims that the Attorney General violated his oath of office to enforce the laws of the land by announcing that he would no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act in court, even though the law was still on the books.

According to the document, “If the Administration wants to change the law, it should ask Congress to amend it. Only the Supreme Court can deem laws unconstitutional.”
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