If President Obama grants executive amnesty to an unknown millions of immigrants, there's only one way Republicans can stop him -- impeachment.
That's at least according to FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Napolitano, who argues congress has very few tools when it comes to stopping the President's plan. Which is why he thinks the politically-risky option of impeachment may be the only option for the GOP.
On Thursday's show, the Judge told FOX News Radio's Tom Sullivan why the President may have to resort to such extreme measures. He says, while Presidents do have right to practice prosecutorial discretion when it comes to immigration, Obama's proposed actions risk nullifying the law altogether. And that's going too far.
As he also discusses in his new book, "Suicide Pact: The Radical Expansion of Presidential Powers and the Lethal Threat to American Liberty", Judge Napolitano went on to explain why President Obama's plan goes far beyond the executive actions taken by prior presidents. He also warns these Presidential power grabs will only encourage successors to strengthen the executive branch and erode our freedoms.
LISTEN BELOW AS JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO EXPLAINS WHY "IMPEACH" IS THE ONLY REMEDY TO OBAMA'S EXECUTIVE AMNESTY: