This is nothing new, it almost always happens in American politics when one party and the other alternate the White House.
So far, efforts to oust Biden have never had the opportunity to see the light as the Blues have a narrow control of the lower house and the Reds are now pinning their hopes on the November 8 midterm elections. majority in that case.
According to Republican Representative Bob Good of Virginia, the US president should be impeached for “deliberately opening our border and making Americans less safe.”
The campaign is reminiscent of the one deployed by Democrats against Donald Trump: On December 19, 2019, the House of Representatives agreed to subject the then-president to a political trial for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
In early 2019, the Liberals were fighting a lone battle with little support, The Hill newspaper noted, but this year, ahead of the midterm elections, dozens of Conservatives have either formally supported or suggested Biden’s impeachment. Given that they are ready to support it.
Since he took office, at least eight proposals have been proposed to remove him: three related to dealing with a wave of immigrants along the southern border and three related to the US withdrawal from Afghanistan last year.
One was related to the eviction moratorium designed to help renters during the pandemic and the other was related to his son Hunter Biden’s overseas businesses.
Those proposals will expire in January 2023, but some of their promoters have already promised to re-examine them if Congress takes the plunge. However, Republican Party leaders such as Senator Mitch McConnell believe this type of speculation could hurt his election.
However, there is a Republican base eager to avenge the two Democratic impeachments of Trump, who – in spite of everything – is still the most popular national figure in the Red Party.
(taken from orb)