Joe Biden has failed the United States in so many ways it is hard to count. From the shambles that was the Afghanistan withdrawal, which started his decline in the polls, and resulted in the loss of Americans the lives of their loved ones, all to opening up the borders and making our nation less secure. His most recent blunders included criticizing thousands of Americans as “threats” to the nation in a shocking move, while calling for people to be against them. The majority of Americans considered Biden's comments to be a “dangerous escalation” against Americans. It's difficult to imagine him traveling abroad for any occasion since you know Biden is likely to commit all sorts of gaffes.
Americans are aware of this, and the majority of us have been fed up with Joe Biden.
Based on a brand new Rasmussen poll, the majority of voters are likely to say that they are in favor of the impeachment vote of Biden, 52-42 percent, with 38 percent saying that they strongly favor it. 77% of Republicans and 50% of independents, along with 32% Democrats, are in favor of it.
“Support for impeaching Biden is the highest among those between the ages of 40 and 64, who are more likely to believe that, should Republicans be elected in the midterms, they will actually impeach Biden as president. Retirement-age voters are the least supportive of the impeachment of Biden,” the poll concluded.
It's a staggering number, possibly more because there's a large number of Democrats who are in favor of the idea. They've gone from liking the unpopular Biden and his polls stagnant with just 38 percent approval to believing that Biden has earned the punishment for the things he's accomplished. Of course, the majority of the media ignores the majority of voters as if they're not there.
It also suggests that Americans aren't sure if Republicans will take the initiative. Although the majority of people want Biden to be removed, only 47 percent of Americans believe that Biden's Republicans will vote to impeach Biden, and 43 percent do not see the possibility of it happening during Biden's first term (if it doesn't happen, then the reason it won't happen is because Biden isn't eligible for an additional term).
However, a lot of conservatives have already begun talking about the issue; some are already contemplating it in the event they regain their power in November. There are more who will discuss the issue and will likely be elected. The most notable “high crimes” are Biden's actions in relation to the border, the pandemic and the decision to withdraw from Afghanistan.
“I have consistently said President Biden should be impeached for intentionally opening our border and making Americans less safe,” said Rep. Bob Good (R-Va.). “Congress has a duty to hold the President accountable for this and any other failures of his Constitutional responsibilities, so a new Republican majority must be prepared to aggressively conduct oversight on day one.” [….]
At least eight resolutions seeking to impeach Biden have been proposed since Biden was inaugurated, three of them related to his handling of the migrant crisis along the Southern border, three that target his handling in his handling of the U.S. withdrawing from Afghanistan in the last year, and another condemning the moratorium on evictions that was designed to assist renters in the midst of the pandemic, and still another related to international business transactions for his son Hunter Biden. [….]
Rep. Mary Miller (R) is a fervent Trump supporter who just took victory in the Illinois primary against less conservative Rep. Rodney Davis (R) and declared that Biden should be fired “for purposely ignoring our immigration laws.”
“Biden and Harris have failed their most basic duty,” Miller stated, “which is ensuring the safety of the American people through the security of our borders.”
Therefore, we will be able to determine who holds the right principles and sticks to their beliefs and who does not.