Biden Should Be Impeached for War Crimes in Ukraine, Kentucky Dem Says

President Joe Biden should be “immediately” thrown out of office for a series of war crimes committed by his administration, Kentucky progressive Democrat and gubernatorial candidate Geoffrey Young has proposed on Saturday in a post on Twitter.

Underscoring that reasons for impeachment include the illegal proxy war against Russia in Ukraine, Young, who calls himself a Peace Democrat, tweeted that he believes “Joe Biden (D-War Criminal) should be impeached immediately for war crimes in Ukraine, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, etc.”

In a series of policies that Russia has characterized as a Western “proxy war” against Russia, the Biden administration has committed over $110 billion in military and economic aid and intelligence support to Kyiv for the outgoing war in Ukraine.

An outspoken critic of imperious US foreign policy, Young has savagely criticized the sending of US taxpayer money to Kyiv by both parties, slamming the conflict in Ukraine as a lost cause for the United States and NATO alliance.

After running in the Democratic primaries in gubernatorial elections in 2019 and 2015, and the Democratic primaries for a House seat in 2018 and 2014, Young also ran in the November midterms as a Democratic Party candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives but was defeated by incumbent Republican Andy Barr.

Young focused his campaign in the 2022 race for the House on three key issues – publicly financing all elections to reduce the impact of big money in politics, abolishing the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) which he blamed for getting the United States into needless wars, and slashing Pentagon’s budget by at least 60 percent.

Mainstream media in the US has dubbed him the “perennial candidate” or failed to mention him at all, largely ignoring his candidacy for governor and challenge of incumbent Democrat Andy Beshear.

Individual outlets were even trying to smear him in the governor’s race, including over his controversial stance on the Ukraine war.

The party primaries in the Kentucky gubernatorial race have been scheduled on May 16 with the election itself to be held on November 7.

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