Joe Biden supports the effort to impeach President Trump for simply delivering a speech at the Capitol on Wednesday. Liberal lawmaker Cedric Richmond, who carries the title director of White House engagement, informed ecstatic House members on Friday that “Biden was onboard with the idea of impeaching and removing Trump from office,” wasting all that time and money “just 12 days before his term is due to end.” So reports the Intercept.
Biden backs impeachment
At a news conference in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe was careful not to mention impeachment. When quizzed on whether he supported efforts of his fellow Democrats, who already wrote up the articles, Biden waffled.
He hadn’t got instructions from his handlers on what to say yet, so he improvised. “I’ve thought for a long, long time that President Trump wasn’t fit to hold the job. That’s why I ran.”
Speaking of impeachment, Quid Pro Joe is still terrified that the emails embedded in the errant laptop, which Hunter Biden abandoned in a computer repair shop, will make their way out of the dark Deep State recesses of the FBI and into the public light of day.
His term of office may not last long. Kamala Harris is ready to throw him under the first bus that comes along, so she can get his job.
Reporters dogged him on the issue but the furthest he would go is “That’s a decision for the Congress to make. I’m focused on my job.”
He mentioned he would be meeting with Nancy Pelosi and she would be telling him what to say. Biden planned to listen to “whatever they wanted to talk to me about.”
Trump won’t be there
Another thing the press were salivating over was the news that Donald Trump announced he won’t be attending the sham ceremony of an illegal swearing in. Biden was glad to hear it. “One of the few things he and I agree on.
It’s a good thing, him not showing up.” Of course, Vice President Mike Pence was “welcome” to attend the inauguration. He was quick to deny that he had talked to Pence about it.
Pelosi is already on record saying that if Donald Trump doesn’t resign “immediately” they would impeach him. Again. Republicans in Congress she told the press, need to “call on Trump to depart his office — immediately.
“If the president does not leave office imminently and willingly, the Congress will proceed with our action. Suddenly, Congress decides to get something done. On Thursday, Biden press master, Andrew Bates, sidestepped the issue to dump it on Congress.
“President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris are focused on their duty — preparing to take office on January 20 — and will leave it to Vice President Pence, the Cabinet and the Congress to act as they see fit.” The House could, once again, pass a bill of impeachment.
Taking it any further will require two-thirds of the Senate, which for now, is still under Republican control. That means the whole thing is nothing but more meaningless misdirecting drama and a wast of taxpayer resources on nonsense.