The infamous GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene renewed on Friday her calls for President Biden’s impeachment, filing three impeachment resolutions against him with Afghanistan issue being one of them.
Green proposed that Congress impeach Biden for dereliction of duty, for his handling of the Afghan crisis, for the handling of the border crisis and the migrant influx at the southern US border, and for usurping congressional authority and ignoring the authority of the Supreme Court with his eviction moratorium during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Republican from Georgia underlined that the United States has lost the respect of the entire world during the seven short months of Biden’s term and urged the Congress for his impeachment based on his egregious actions.
She also noted Biden should be tried in the Senate, convicted, and removed from office for putting at risk the safety and security of the US and the American people.
The initiative of Greene, who first filed articles of impeachment against Biden for abuse of power only a day after he was sworn, has pretty much no chance of success in Democrat-controlled Congress chambers but has still gained the support of conservative commentator Mark Levin, Dan Bongino and of Ellis, a senior legal assistant to Trump’s 2020 campaign.
The current Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy also did not rule out the possibility of impeaching Biden if the GOP takes back control over the lower chamber in 2022, but only if Biden takes an illegal action.
Democratic-controlled House has tried to impeach former President Donald Trump twice – in relation to Ukraine and following the Capitol riot- but the Senate, led by GOP, acquitted him both times.