Joe Biden needs to learn that he does not represent illegal aliens, he is supposed to be representing US citizens. I can understand why though. It’s because so many illegal aliens voted for him in 2020.
Now, Rep Bob Gibbs is asking his fellow House members to impeach Biden over his handling of the border and his eviction moratorium that he even admits is illegal. I think he is wrong and that he shouldn’t press it.
Why do I say that? Because impeachment would never get out of the House. And bringing it back up after Republicans retake the House could bring double jeopardy into play. It’s better just to wait until the takeover of the House.
Let’s face it, trying for impeachment right now will not change a thing.
We need to concentrate on 2022 and then we need to make sure both Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy are thrown out of party leadership positions. They are too weak to do what must be done. Establishment Republicans can no longer be tolerated.
We need real change, not liberal light. How would you feel about Jim Jordan and Tom Cotton as replacements? If you think you have better choices, please leave a comment with your choices.
Gibbs told the Daily Caller:
“The rule of law, the separation of powers, and the limitations of executive authority are not just talking points conservatives and Republicans use on the campaign trail. When we see clear violations of the oath entrusted in elected officials, it is time to consider our constitutional duties. We cannot have a repeat of the DACA debacle, in which an unconstitutional order metastasized into acceptable administrative policy.”
Gibbs is right but his timing is all wrong. Impeachment will never pass in the Senate but at this time it would never even get there.
“The President is derelict in his duty, having repeatedly said he lacks the authority to extend the CDC’s eviction moratorium, then extending it anyway. His actions on the border represent negligence in keeping America secure. We need to cut this off at the pass now, and show we will not stand for clearly unconstitutional actions,” Gibbs added.
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the CDC’s earlier extension of the eviction moratorium to July 31 could stand. However, ruled it could not be extended further without confirmation from Congress in the form of new legislation.