Talk of Joe Biden’s impeachment has long been circulating among congressional Republicans, and with a power shift expected to occur come midterms, the question remains – has Joe Biden done enough to ACTUALLY be impeached and removed from office?
Several articles of impeachment have been introduced in the House against Biden over the past few months citing things like his botched withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, his wide-open approach towards America’s southern border, and his draconian efforts to force people to get vaccinated.
But without a Republican majority, these efforts were mostly theatrical. Now that the November midterm election is approaching, Republicans are likely to regain the majority and the President could finally be ousted for his number of crimes – but not for any of the aforementioned ones.
The biggest threat to Biden’s presidency is actually Hunter Biden’s blatantly obvious ties to Chinese spy agencies, which implicates Joe Biden and suggests that the President, like his family, has been bought and paid for by the CCP.
Biden’s recent push to demonize Republicans could be an indicator that even he and his team are well aware that impeachment is in the cards for his future, as he hopes that branding the GOP as “threats to Democracy” will enable him to fight off the coming effort to get rid of him.
To fully understand what’s in store for President Biden when Republicans regain control of Congress, watch the video here.