Barack Obama continues to attack American traditions.

Even though he is no longer president, he has not given up on his desire to fundamentally transform America.

As part of his plot, he’s launching this scheme to sabotage Donald Trump.

Former presidents are supposed to refrain from commenting on the affairs of their successors.

America can only have one president at a time.

George W. Bush followed this norm when he said he owed Obama his silence, and then never commented on any decision Obama made.

Obama is throwing that all out the window.

He’s remained in D.C. where critics have accused him of setting up a shadow government to torpedo the Trump administration.

His Deep State operatives have illegally leaked classified information to feed the fake news Russia story.

And loyalists inside the career bureaucracy have undermined Trump’s policy initiatives at every turn.

Now Obama is planning a new front in his battle against Trump that could lead to impeachment.

The Hill reports Obama and key Democrats are discussing how the former president can return to the political stage:

“Aides will huddle with Obama in the coming weeks to plot out what shape the former president’s fall schedule will take. Advisers close to him say that while he will play an active role in helping his party rebuild, much of his work will be behind the scenes.

He is likely to take on fundraising, for example, something he has done for the Democratic National Committee and the National Democratic Redistricting Committee since leaving office.

In recent months, Obama has played a larger behind the scenes role than was publicly known.

The Hill reported in July that he met with DNC Chairman Tom Perez, as well as lawmakers at his office to give his guidance on a number of issues.”

While Obama wants his role to be “behind the scenes,” it is no less of a threat to Trump.

Democrats are suffering a major fundraising gap with Republicans.

Over the first six months of 2017, the Republican National Committee outraised the Democrat National Committee two to one.

Democrats believe the 2018 midterms will be contested on a favorable political environment, but the Republican money advantage could staunch the bleeding of losses and maintain the GOP majority.

Enter Obama.

If he can help turn the Democrats’ fundraising tide, it could swing races that otherwise may have been out of reach.

Obama’s new role in Democratic politics could be key.

If he is whipping up hatred of Trump to raise big bucks, it could fuel a Democratic wave in 2018.

Should the Democrats win control of Congress, conservatives suspect their first move would be to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump.