Dozens of conservative Republicans including Colorado’s U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert are racing to impeach, remove, get rid of President Biden any way they can for the bungled and deadly exit of U.S. forces from Afghanistan.
Boebert also wants to get rid of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and impeach Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) also vowed to back primary challengers against Republicans with “doubts” about her efforts to impeach Biden, Blinken and Vice President Kamala Harris, stating: “No amount of your precious money will be able to save you from the uprising of the American people.”
Others on Capitol Hill are pushing resolutions calling for the resignations of Biden, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Gen. Mark Milley.
But is that really a good idea?
No, we’re not drunk.
We’re just not excited by the prospect of a President Harris.
Certainly Biden deserves an unceremonious drop-kick from the Oval Office.
Yet there’s no way that can even happen unless Republicans take control of Congress in 2022 after the next election.
And the midterm elections are where Republicans need to focus their outrage.
Those elections should be a bloodbath — a referendum on the complete failure of the Democrat Party to govern.
Not just in their support of Biden throughout this whole Afghanistan mess, but also for their wild tax and spending that’s wrecking the economy, the politicalization of the pandemic, the collapse of our borders, and their dogged determination to build back better the welfare state.
Not to mention their absurd wokeness and cancel culture that’s run amok.
For God’s sake, AOC and the gang are now demanding Biden restructure the Federal Reserve’s primary mission to eliminating climate change and enforcing racial and economic justice.
Put that on a freaking bumper sticker and run with it.
The 2022 November election should be an absolute blowout that puts Democrats in the congressional corner for years to come.
Then Republicans can focus on retaking the White House in 2024 — from President Biden, not President Harris.