As we all know, there is more than one way to get a job done properly. At the end of it all, you have to figure out multiple ways to get things done because as we all know, things and situations change all of the time.
For example, Joe Biden is already proving to be a mismanager of epic proportions. You couldn’t mess things up this bad in a month if you tried. You all ever been out to eat and felt like the waiter was messing things up on purpose?
Same thing here. Luckily, there are folks that are more than willing to figure out the plan that is necessary to get him out of office long before the four years is up.
In what’s starting to take shape as a “new and improved” Republican Party, GOP insiders are well aware what’s on the minds of their constituents. The big goal is Republican consolidation and retaking either the House, Senate or both in 2022. If that is accomplished you can bet that Joe Biden will face impeachment and Kamala Harris right behind him.
Americans are still trying to come to grips with what appears to be a New World Order, wide open borders, one big happy planet, global government.
Yet, there is still a pesky thing called a Constitution that Democrats haven’t managed to flush down the toilet. Thanks to the Democrats, impeachment is the new political normal and the GOP is lining up to play the game.
As the House voted not just once but twice, Donald Trump was impeached. Also twice, the Senate refused to convict him on trumped up charges.
Everyone, even the ones on the GOP side of the aisle kept grumbling that “impeachments are bad because they are so divisive.” Get used to it. Liberal journalist Mark Leibovich went into gruesome detail in an article for the New York Times.
Leibovich is terrified of a Republican resurrection. If the GOP “regain control of either the U.S. House of Representatives or the U.S. Senate in the 2022 midterms,” you can expect to see Biden impeached instantly. The writing has been on the wall a long, long time.
“In a broader sense, officials of both parties have suggested that regular impeachments may just become one of several regular features of a new and bitter normal in our politics,” he writes. “Previously rare or unthinkable measures could simply start happening all the time.”