Mitch McConnell: I Love My Buddy Joe Biden Too Much to Impeach Him
Joe Biden rolled his eyes at a grieving mother who was there to greet her US Marine son’s coffin in Delaware the other day. What a shabby, disgusting excuse for a human being this man is. The deaths of the 13 servicemembers in Kabul at the hands of a suicide bomber last week were Joe Biden’s fault. He checked his watch five times during the ceremony and never saluted the coffins as they were brought home to be laid to rest.
Despite paying such assiduous attention to the time, Joe Biden has been late for every press conference and national address he’s made since Afghanistan has fallen apart on his watch. But he has nothing to worry about. His buddy Mitch McConnell has vowed to protect him from impeachment.
The Senate Minority Leader was at an event in his home state this week when he was asked whether Biden’s behaviors are impeachable. (We don’t impeach people for behaviors; we impeach them for high crimes and misdemeanors.)
McConnell’s response was:
“Well, look the president is not going to be removed from office…I think the way these behaviors get adjusted in this country is at the ballot box. There isn’t going to be an impeachment.”
It’s worth remembering at this point that Mitch McConnell actually wanted to convict America’s real President, Donald Trump, for the peaceful January 6 protests. McConnell was in favor of removing Donald Trump from office early and letting Mike Pence run the joint for a few days. It was only after McConnell failed to convince 17 other Republicans to help him betray America that he switched his vote at the last minute.
Donald Trump gave a speech on January 6. There was a mostly peaceful protest after that speech, in which FBI informants and Antifa infiltrators dressed in MAGA gear broke 4 windows at the US Capitol building. The Democrats tried to portray that as an “insurrection” and attempted to impeach Donald Trump – and Mitch McConnell was in favor of it.
Joe Biden, by contrast, has stranded thousands of Americans in Afghanistan. I know the number that all of the news media is throwing around right now is “200,” but that is BS. The best estimate that the State Department could come up with a few days ago was between 10,000 and 15,000 Americans were still stranded in Afghanistan. They announced that they had successfully evacuated 6,000 Americans and patted themselves on the back, because now there are only 200 left. Hogwash!
What happened to the remaining 4,000 to 9,000 Americans who were the State Department’s very best estimate? There are way more than 200 Americans still stuck there: Mark my words.
Aside from abandoning thousands of Americans to a terrible fate at the hands of the Taliban, Biden exhibited extreme dereliction of duty in the way he handled the withdrawal. He pulled the troops out first and abandoned the Bagram air base. Then he had to send troops back in, in order to handle the evacuations. That in turn led to the deaths of 12 Marines and a Navy corpsman. When the military had the opportunity to kill the suicide bomber as he was on the way to kill American troops, Biden had them call off the drone strike. He let those people die.
Most outrageous of all is the vast sum of rifles, grenade launchers, top secret American attack helicopters and sophisticated military communication equipment that Biden allowed to fall into the hands of the Taliban. That’s the high crime of treason. It’s the literal, black-letter definition of “aiding and abetting the enemy,” as defined by multiple US Supreme Court decisions. Joe Biden betrayed America.
But that’s not impeachable in Mitch McConnell’s opinion! No, none of that rises to the level of a phone call to the president of Ukraine or giving a speech in Washington, DC to protest certification of a fraudulent election.
Speaking of which, McConnell stated that “the president is not going to be removed from office.”
We totally agree! All we’re asking for is that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris be removed, so we can put the real duly elected president back in charge. You know – the president who won by a lot, only to have it stolen in swing states that all stopped counting the votes on election night.