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 September 19, 2023

Half of independent voters believe President Biden should be impeached

President Joe Biden is having a difficult enough time convincing Democrat voters to give him another shot at staying in the White House for another four years, let alone convincing other critical voter blocs. 

According to Breitbart, as Biden faces a Republican House-led impeachment inquiry, independent voters seem keen on moving forward with the process, spelling doom for his 2024 campaign, as independent voters can often make or break a presidential candidate.

A recent YouGov/CBS News poll found that 50% of independent voters believe Biden should be impeached by House Republicans.

It's worth pointing out that those voters are talking about the actual impeachment process, a step beyond just the impeachment inquiry process.

The poll pointed out that the remaining 50% of independent voters aren't convinced -- yet -- that Biden should be subject to the full impeachment process as he struggles to inspire excitement for his 2024 presidential campaign.

Not surprisingly, when broken down by party line, most Republicans support a Biden impeachment, while most Democrats do not.

A slight majority of Americans, overall, oppose the idea of a full impeachment, although that will likely change one way or another depending on the results of the impeachment inquiry process.

Breitbart noted:

Eighty-one percent of Republicans support an impeachment, with 19 percent opposition. Among Democrats, 12 percent support impeachment. Eighty-eight percent do not.

Overall, 47 percent of Americans support impeachment. Fifty-three percent oppose impeachment.

Democrats have pushed back hard on the idea of impeaching Biden, claiming that there's a lack of evidence, when in reality, there's more evidence brought to light by the day by House Republican-led committees.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) doubled down on his assertion that enough evidence exists to jumpstart the impeachment inquiry proceedings.

"Taken together, these allegations paint a picture of a culture of corruption,” McCarthy said last week. "These are allegations of abuse of power, obstruction, and corruption. They warrant further investigation by the House of Representatives."

The next step in launching a full impeachment of President Biden would be a full House vote. It would take 218 votes in favor of impeaching Biden to move it to the Senate, where an impeachment trial would eventually take place.

Only time will tell if it gets that far, but according to the evidence, it's looking like a stronger possibility by the day.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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