We'll need an entire thread to answer your question "What Obama himself is doing to violate the constitution"?
This administration strategically shields the President and his tendency to abide only by the laws it likes. And this alone represents a disturbing and dangerous threat to the rule of law. That's just for starters.
His blatant disregard for political due process and legal due process demonstrates his total disregard for opinions other than his party line.
President Obama’s team recently suffered their twelfth defeat at the Supreme Court.
But, you won't see anything about this stunning record in the main stream media. Why? Duh! Because the President's propaganda machine is manipulated and controlled by progressive liberals.
“Not every case in which the president has exceeded his authority has made it all the way to the Supreme Court,” Lee, a former law clerk to Justice Samuel Alito, told National Review Online. “The fact that his track record is as bad as it is in the Supreme Court . . . is yet another indication of the fact that we’ve got a president who is playing fast and loose with the Constitution.”
In this latest case, the high court's first-ever case involving the Constitution's recess appointments clause ended in a unanimous decision holding that Obama's appointments to the National Labor Relations Board in 2012 without Senate confirmation were illegal.
Every sitting justice had concluded that Obama’s appointments violated the Constitution.
“All the liberals on the Supreme Court agreed that the president was trying to overreach his power,” John Feehery said on MSNBC.
This marks the twelfth time since January 2012 that the Supreme Court has unanimously rejected the Obama administration’s calls for greater federal executive power.
If the Department of Justice had won these cases, the federal government would be able to electronically track all of our movements, fine us without a fair hearing, dictate who churches choose as ministers, displace state laws based on the president’s whims, bring debilitating lawsuits against individuals based on events that occurred years ago, and destroy a person’s private property without just compensation.
Complaints about overreach by Obama have been simmering for months, if not longer, but recent controversies have pushed that criticism to the fore.
A flood of child immigrants crossing into the U.S. from Mexico has drawn new attention to Obama’s decision to allow illegal immigrants who arrived as children years ago to stay in America in a quasi-legal status. The new arrivals aren’t eligible for that program, but some were sent based on rumors they might be.
Before swapping five Taliban prisoners at Guantánamo for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl last month, the president failed to make the 30-day advance congressional notification the law requires.
Both liberals and conservatives remain aghast at the explosion of National Security Agency surveillance techniques and targeting that Obama has authorized — efforts that have outrageously expanded and broadened programs initially targeting only suspects with international ties under President George W. Bush.
It’s clear the president and his aides view his use of executive actions as a way to get around the Checks and Balances that are supposed to take place in Congress. They’ve even branded his power grab as his “pen and phone” strategy — wielding a pen to issue executive orders and using his phone to urge outside groups to pressure Congress to act in his favor.
When President Obama’s own Supreme Court nominees join their colleagues in unanimously rejecting the administration’s call for broader federal power 12 times in 18 months, the inescapable conclusion is that the Obama administration’s view of federal power knows virtually no bounds. And still we hear nothing from Obama's main stream media puppets.
No president has gone as far as this president since Richard Nixon tried to suspend the laws he didn’t like.
And still we hear nothing from the main stream media. Our Constitutional Republic is broken.