Biden Stays Neutral On Impeachment

( President-elect Joe Biden is staying quiet as Congressional Democrats and far-left extremists in his party ramp up impeachment talk as President Donald Trump sees out the final days of his presidency. On Friday, Biden remained totally neutral on the issue, saying it was a matter for Congress to decide.

You know he’s loving this.

After reporters asked Biden about the issue, which was floated by far-left House Speaker Nancy Pelosi following a tragic outbreak of violence on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Biden said it wasn’t his place to say and once again ripped into President Trump.

“I’ve thought for a long, long time that President Trump wasn’t fit to hold the job,” he said. “That’s why I ran…What Congress decides to do is for them to decide, but they’re going to have to be ready to hit the ground running because when Kamala and I are sworn in we’re going to be introducing immediately significant pieces of legislation.”

Get ready, America. If Senator Harris is pulling Biden’s strings (and let’s face it…she is), then we could be about to see the most sweeping and extreme policy measures put in place in American history.

With Democrats in charge of all three branches of government, there’s a lot they can do.

“That’s a decision for Congress to make. I’m focused on my job,” Biden said.

On January 6, Congress voted to certify the Electoral College vote despite shocking evidence of widespread misconduct and fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

As well as impeachment, far-left extremists in the Democratic Party have floated the idea of removing President Trump via the 25th Amendment – a system designed to remove presidents who are incapacitated.

President Donald Trump is not incapacitated, and such a move would only be made to take revenge on the Republican president for working to drain the swamp for the last four years.

Though the president and Vice President Mike Pence did not see eye to eye on the issue of certifying the Electoral College vote, Pence has not indicated that he would support removing him from the highest office in the land via the 25th Amendment. That just leaves Congressional Democrats with impeachment as their only option.

As Trump enters the final week of his presidency, Democrats will have a tough job ahead of them to impeach him in time for Joe Biden’s inauguration. But if we’ve learned anything in the last four years, it’s that Democrats will do anything to hurt the president.