Obama campaign says impossible to know if Romney is a criminal; Citizens respond with #impossibletoknow

How did #impossibletoknow begin? Well, it’s another day, so it’s another reprehensible false narrative from Team Obama.

More from Human Events:

On Sunday, the Obama campaign’s official blog touted a Vanity Fair article about Romney’s offshore investments – another suspiciously synchronized bit of politically useful “journalism” – and asked itself a few laughably loaded “questions.”  One of the questions was, “Is any of this actually illegal?”  The Obama campaign answered itself by saying: “It appears not, but it’s impossible to know for sure because Romney refuses to release enough information to let people make their own judgments.

(Emphasis mine.)  This is Chicago thug “community organizer” politics at its bottom-basement worst.  Are we allowed to ask some more questions about Barack Obama’s many relationships with crooks like Tony Rezko now?  Because we were sternly lectured in 2008 that making vague insinuations of criminality against Obama by asking such questions was forbidden.  Every serious inquiry into Obama’s murky background is shouted down as “racism” to this day.

Contemptible.

David Axelrod tried to further the “Chicago Way” thug narrative this weekend.

And the always repugnant DNC chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz outed herself as a Bain Truther again today, saying on MSNBC that Romney “might be a felon.” Citizens decided to offer up to Team Obama some other things that are “impossible to know.”

It is not impossible to know, however, that President Obama is putting while Rome burns.

Yes. Now, with more China!

We do know that President Obama grossly told small business owners that they didn’t build their own businesses. The State does all! Citizens gave him a little Teachable Moment ™ over that as well.

We also know that y’all are panicking, Team Obama. All you have left is Chicago Way thuggery and Bain Trutherism, clearly. It’s not like y’all can run on your abysmal record or anything.

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