New group of GOP lawmakers files impeachment articles against Biden
A group of four GOP lawmakers on Tuesday filed articles of impeachment against President BidenJoe BidenUN meeting with US and France canceled due to timing issue Schumer to lift GOP blockade on Biden state., saying he should be removed from his post for failing to secure the border, for the way US troops were pulled out of Afghanistan and for seeking to impose a ban on deportations even when he said it did may not pass the constitutional course.
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This is the second time that articles of impeachment have been introduced regarding Biden. representing Marjorie Taylor GreeneMarjorie Taylor GreeneGOP’s Efforts to Minimize Danger of Increase in Riots on Capitol Hill The Memo: What Now for Anti-Trump Republicans? Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene says she will meet Trump ‘soon’ in Florida MORE (R-Ga.) Filed articles of impeachment the day after Biden was sworn in.
Neither effort will go far in a House where Democrats hold a slim majority, but the latest effort shows how the introduction of impeachment articles is increasingly common in today’s polarized House. .
Former president Donald trumpDonald TrumpUN meets with US, France canceled over timing issue Trump sues NYT, Mary Trump for story on tax history McConnell and Shelby propose government finance bill with no debt cap MORE was impeached twice during his four-year presidency, but was not convicted each time by the Senate.
Republicans hope to regain a majority in the House midway through next year, however, and GOP leaders could face pressure in such a scenario to move impeachment articles backed by some of their more conservative members. .
The latest impeachment effort was first reported by The Washington Examiner.
In the new articles, a copy of which was shared with The Hill, House members argued that Biden’s conduct “justified impeachment and trial, impeachment and prohibition to occupy and enjoy. a function of honor, trust, or profit under the United States. States. ”
Gibbs also tweeted about introducing the articles on Tuesday night.
It is clear that the president is not up to the task, that his entire administration is ready to thumb his nose at the Constitution. Although Pelosi’s house won’t hold up @POTUS accountable, it behooves House Republicans to call his blatant violations of his oath of office https://t.co/lrQ3xZ75p3
– Representative Bob Gibbs (@RepBobGibbs) September 21, 2021
Trump in January became the first U.S. president in history to be twice impeached over his actions before the deadly Jan.6 riot on Capitol Hill. He had previously been impeached in 2019 after records revealed he asked the Ukrainian president to investigate the Biden family as part of his 2020 presidential campaign.