I hear the Republicans are planning a committee hearing to investigate President Obama's responsibility for Monday's tornado in Oklahoma. What did he know, and when did he know it? Why did he not do more to prevent this tragedy from occurring in the first place?
Republicans believe that Obama's inaction prior to the tornado was politically motivated, in order to distract attention from the more important issues of Benghazi and the IRS scandal.
They accuse the Obama administration of failure to avert a predictable catastrophe, and the CIA of failure to provide adequate advance warning. The President, they say, should have used his executive powers to halt the tornado before it reached a residential neighborhood, and cited his inaction as yet another example of his ineffectiveness as President.
At the same time, they accuse him of allowing the tragedy to take place, in order to increase his tyrannical power over the nation.
Republicans also wish to investigate reports that the tornado was in fact the work of Islamic terrorist extremists, as some have claimed, and whether the President, himself a suspected closet Muslim, was in anyway involved in the plot to attack our nation.
Committee hearings are scheduled to start next week.