After taking back the House, Republicans have already laid the groundwork to impeach President Joe Biden in 2023. Some have already introduced articles of impeachment – with conservative representatives accusing Biden of impeachable behavior regarding the economy, southern border, COVID, and the botched Afghanistan withdrawal.
But should they impeach the president? We wanted to get our audience’s take on this critical issue.
Let us know where YOU stand:
Since the Republicans have not controlled the House since 2018, any articles of impeachment have died in their infancy. But 2023 could be a different ballgame.
The Hill gathered statements from Republican representatives eager to impeach the 46th President:
“I have consistently said President Biden should be impeached for intentionally opening our border and making Americans less safe…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.” –Virginia Rep. Bob Good
“Mayorkas and Garland have purposefully made our country less safe, politicized their departments, and violated the rule of law. In some instances, they have instructed their subordinates to disobey our laws. That is unacceptable…next January I expect the House to pursue my impeachment articles against Mayorkas as well as Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s impeachment articles that I co-sponsored against Attorney General Merrick Garland.” –Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs
“Biden and Harris have failed their most basic duty, which is ensuring the safety of the American people through the security of our borders.” –Illinois Rep. Mary Miller
Do you agree that President Joe Biden should be impeached? Let us know in the comments below.