Americans have watched for months as Joe Biden stumbles around the presidency.
This week has been an all-time low, thanks to Biden’s historic failure in Afghanistan.
Because Biden hastily withdrew our troops, the Taliban took the country in nearly one day.
Biden’s response? Far from acceptable, as he blamed others instead of taking responsibility.
His ongoing inability to lead has not gone unnoticed by lawmakers. Representative and former WH doctor has been very vocal about Biden’s condition.
From The Daily Wire:
Over the weekend, Jackson fumed as Biden avoided addressing the American public while he hid at Camp David. Jackson said at the time that if Biden was “not mentally capable” of managing the crisis that he needed to resign immediately.
Now, a fellow lawmaker, this time in the Senate, is chiming in. Sen. Scott is going as far as to invoke the 25th. From The Daily Wire:
Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) floated the idea of removing President Joe Biden from office Monday after Afghanistan fell to a Taliban onslaught during the U.S. pullout of the country…
“After the disastrous events in Afghanistan, we must confront a serious question: Is Joe Biden capable of discharging the duties of his office or has time come to exercise the provisions of the 25th Amendment?”
Sen. Rick Scott noted the many disasters brought on by the Biden administration. He listed inflation, the rising national debt, and the fall of Afghanistan.
He said we as a country need to “confront a serious question” in deciding if Biden should be removed from office.
The 25th Amendment provides a way for Congress to pass legislation to remove a president from office.
But it takes the cooperation of not just Congress, but the White House itself.
That requires cooperation from the administration. While it does not seem that Biden or his staff would cooperate, that could change.
If public pressure moves Congress to pass legislation, then it’s possible the administration will yield.
It hasn’t even been a year with Joe in office and this is how bad things have gotten. The border is out of control, the economy is flagging, and Biden’s failed in Afghanistan.
If Congress doesn’t act, I promise you the people will act come 2022.
Are you ready to see President Biden resign or be removed, or should he stay in office?
- Republican lawmakers are looking at the 25th amendment after Afghanistan.
- Scott said the many Biden failures should motivate Congress to act.
- The senator pointed to inflation and debt along with Biden’s failure overseas.