May 24, 2022

Republicans mull a plan to impeach Biden if they win both houses of Congress

Republican lawmakers are considering how best to impeach President Joe Biden if they win both houses of Congress in the upcoming 2022 midterm election.

According to Breitbart News, top Republicans, including Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), have been working on the issue while at a retreat in Florida this week, according to his comment to The Washington Times: “I think that’s definitely a discussion we have to have.”

Jordan made it clear, however, that “The conference has to decide. You have to have complete buy-in from the entire conference and the leadership of our conference.”

Four House Republicans made a plan to file articles of impeachment against Biden in September of last year, citing the flood of migrants who are crossing the southern border, as well as the withdrawal of United States forces from Afghanistan with the chaos and loss of life that Biden’s plan caused.

Additionally, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), said he believes the GOP would impeach Biden if they regain control of Congress: “Yeah, I do think there’s a chance of that, whether it’s justified or not,” Cruz said earlier this year on his “Verdict with Ted Cruz” podcast.

Cruz explained:

Probably the most compelling is the utter lawlessness of President Biden’s refusal to enforce the border. His decision to just defy federal immigration laws and allow 2 million people to come here unimpeded in direct contravention of his obligation under Article 2 of the Constitution to take care that the laws be faithfully executed.

“That is probably the strongest grounds right now for impeachment, but there may be others,” the senator stated.

In addition to the above-mentioned issues, Biden’s first year as president has caused fentanyl to become the greatest killer among 18- to 45-year-olds, according to Breitbart News, and inflation has soared to a 40-year high all while as prices have increased to all-time record highs and weekly wages have shrunk. And all that in addition to Supply chain woes which seem determined to have persisted.

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