By January 19, Barack Obama will have completed two terms as president of the United States. Again, he may not go for a third term, as the U.S. Constitution's 22nd Amendment forbids him to do so. Two terms are the maximum for any American executive.
However, the source claims that many conspiracy theorists believe that Obama will try to usurp his authority as the 44th president of the United States to remain in power beyond the January 20 deadline.
Another theory is that the president will respect the American constitution and dutifully exit the White House on or before January 19. However, Barack Obama intends to end his final tenure with a bang. And he will do this by making a dramatic disclosure regarding the existence of aliens, thereby confirming their ongoing visitation of the planet based on top secret U.S. intelligence compiled through the years, dating back to World War II.
"The first head of state that makes the announcement that extraterrestrial presence is real will be one of the greatest political legacies of all time," an Inquisitr article quotes Stephen Bassett, the executive director of Paradigm Research Group (PRG), as saying.
Bassett believes that Barack Obama's flair for drama will be unable to resist the temptation as follows.
"I think Obama will be the disclosure president. I am 85 percent sure Obama will make the announcement before he leaves office. He will be looking at a Nobel Prize for making an announcement like that."
"Last week, the Department of Justice released an inspector general's report on private prisons that found for-profit detention centers to be substantially more dangerous for both the inmates and for the correctional officers," the source said.
The same source quotes Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates as saying that the phaseout will be gradual and that her department is "well on our way to ultimately eliminating the use of private prisons entirely."
And so it appears that Barack Obama intends to leave the White House with a strong stance in support of prison reform. Another Inquisitr article underscores the American president's determination to continue to commute the sentences of prisoners to convince "Congress to take legislative action to prevent future generations of Americans from being subjected to archaic and unjust mandatory minimum sentencing requirements."
According to the same article, Barack Obama has commuted over 200 federal prison sentences, the most in a single day in over 100 years of any president of the United States. Shutting down private federal prisons and commuting sentences certainly shows just how committed President Obama is regarding vital aspects of prison reform.
Another highly visible act or acts that President Obama has done as he winds down his last tenure is to support the longevity of the Democratic party. He has openly supported fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton in her own bid for the executive office. Barack Obama appears to have put his surging popularity to good use. The latest Ipsos polls for Clinton show a six-point lead over the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, according to Reuters.