Countless republican officials have come forward and called for Joe Biden to be impeached over his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Mitch McConnell came forward and said that there is no possibility (right now) that Joe Biden will be impeached.
“Well, look, the president is not going to be removed from office. There’s a Democratic House, a narrowly Democratic Senate. That’s not going to happen” McConnell admitted.
He claimed that the “the way behaviors get adjusted in this country is at the ballot box.” Citing the midterm election that occurs every two years.
“There won’t be an impeachment” he concluded.
President Joe Biden continues to defend his withdrawal from Afghanistan, creating a false dichotomy. He claims, it was either his way, or 20 more years of fighting in Afghanistan. Which is simply not true.
Had Joe Biden created an evacuation plan for American citizens and allies prior to the initial withdrawal, he would have never had to redeploy 5,000+ troops to the Kabul airport.
These avoidable failures ultimately resulted in the death of 13 brave U.S. service members and the injury of at least 18.
Each time Biden almost takes accountability for his actions, he pushes blame to the previous administration or the Afghan government.
Though the previous administration had no hand in Joe Biden’s botched withdrawal.