During his first two years in office, it was Joe's failures related to the economy, national security, foreign policy, runaway government spending, and his COVID tyranny that led "America First" patriots to call for his impeachment. More recently, his Regime's attacks on President Trump, his Department of "Justice" cutting a "sweetheart deal" for Hunter to avoid jail, and his possible involvement in a bribery scheme that have Republicans up in arms.
Despite mounting evidence and scrutiny against Joe, including questions surrounding his physical and mental fitness to serve as "leader of the free world," House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) worked to scuttle Rep. Lauren Boebert's (R-CO) impeachment resolution earlier this week. The second-term lawmaker wanted to force a House vote on the measure. Instead, it was sent to the Homeland Security and Judiciary Committees for further consideration.
"I think it's best for everybody," McCarthy said. But Republicans control the House of Representatives, which is where presidential impeachment proceedings begin. Aren't more than two years of Joe's tyranny, failures, incompetence and "Hate America" agenda enough? Or does the GOP need more time to build a better case for impeaching the "Commander-in-Thief"?
Grassfire wants to know what you think? Should the House of Representatives take action to end this presidency? Please make your voice heard by voting in our "Impeach Joe?" QuickPoll.
Click here or on the "YES!" image below if you think GOP Reps should impeach Joe. Click here or on the "NOT YET!" image below if you want them to wait. Click here or on the "NO!" image below if you don't want Joe impeached.
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Standing for life, liberty and limited government,
The Grassfire Team
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