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Biden Impeachment Looks Increasingly Likely In 2023


Joe Biden seems to be facing trouble from all fronts.

The 79-year-old Democrat has presided over an administration that has seen Covid-19 worsen, turmoil in the foreign theatre, the highest inflation recorded in 40 years, an unprecedented border crisis, a looming food shortage, an energy crisis, and the potential collapse of the almighty Dollar.

All of this is accompanied by an implosion of public trust in public institutions and incredibly low polling data for both Joe Biden and the Democratic Party.

Republicans have taken notice and several GOP lawmakers have vowed to impeach Biden if the GOP takes both the House and the Senate following the 2022 midterm elections—a probability that seems more and more likely by the day.

Both Ken Buck of Colorado and Rep. Ted Cruz of Texas are just two GOP members that have gone on record to push the idea of impeachment following a sweeping GOP victory in 2022.

Here are just some of the criticisms of Biden’s performance in office and some of the pundits calling for impeachment:

Newsweek quotes Rep. Ken Buck:

“[We will] hold the hearings to determine whether impeachment is appropriate. We’ll vote on impeachment. And then it will be presented to the full House.”


According to Conservative Brief:

Reps. Troy Nehls (R-Texas) and Mike Loychik (R-Ohio) described the Biden administration’s sale of oil to China as “impeachable.”

“While you are paying FIVE DOLLARS a gallon at the pump and struggling to pay your electricity bill, Biden just sold one million barrels of our reserved oil to China so his family can make a buck. This is impeachable,” Republican Texas Rep. Troy Nehls said.


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