Marjorie Taylor Greene: President Biden introduced impeachment motions on Friday, calling for his removal from office over allegations of withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and other allegations.
The latest congressional woman to accuse Biden of “on duty” after the Taliban’s seizure accused her of “failing to uncover U.S. military equipment and Afghan allies” and “arming our enemies by leaving U.S. military equipment in the country.”
Biden introduced Green Resolutions aimed at managing the crisis on the southern border and extending his ban on evictions despite concerns about the legitimacy of the evacuation.
“In seven short months, Joe Biden has caused America to lose all world respect. The evidence is clear and his actions are so serious that he should be prosecuted,” Green said in a statement.
- State Department refuses to specify number of evacuees expected to leave Kabul by Aug 31 deadline
- Matthew Griffin: Biden’s Afghanistan speech was full of diplomatic catchphrases
Republican lawmakers have been critical of Biden since the Taliban regained power in Afghanistan. Sen. Lindsay Graham, president of the R-S.C.
Impeachment resolutions are unlikely to gain a foothold in Congress. White House officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Green has been controversial since being elected to Congress. In February, House Democrats voted to remove Greene from her committee assignments, raising concerns over her past remarks, supporting QAnon conspiracies, calling for mass schooling to be held, and calling for violence against Democratic lawmakers. The Republican leadership criticized her past remarks but opposed the move to remove her assignments.
In August, Green was suspended from Twitter for seven days after writing that the vaccine was “failing” and not FDA approved.