Biden Impeachment May Be Coming

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Biden IMPEACHMENT Inbound? – Damning Info Released!

Republicans who are hoping they will gain control of the House in November are setting their sights on potentially impeaching President Biden in the next year.

Many rank-and-file conservatives have already begun to accuse Biden of “high crimes” regarding his approach to border enforcement, the pandemic, and even the unorganized withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.

While Democrats have control of the chamber these resolutions and articles were never brought to the forefront, but as Republicans are expected to win the House majority, many are preparing to make these articles a top priority.

Rep. Bob Good (R-Va.) has repeatedly said that the President should be impeached for making the borders less safe by opening them. He also said that this constitutes one of the responsibilities of the President and as such, his current conduct will not be overlooked once the Republicans have gained back the majority.

This impeachment drive is reminiscent of the campaigns run by the Democrats in 2019 before they took control of the house under then-President Trump. At the time the impeachment articles proposed relayed a potential obstruction of the Justice Department from looking into possible Russian ties in 2016. However, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), had repeatedly rejected this idea.

Since Biden took office there have been at least 8 different resolutions to impeach. Three of them related to the southern border, 3 to the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, one to his son Hunter Biden and his overseas business, and one regarding the eviction moratorium which helped renters during the pandemic.

These proposals are all set to expire after this Congress ends, however, some have said they would bring them back next year if necessary.

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