President Joe Biden is facing a long list of GOP politicians demanding his resignation or threatening impeachment following the devastating suicide bombings in Kabul which saw 13 American military members killed.
Americans are reeling after the attack and its time that GOP politicians take serious action against this useless president.
Nikki Haley, former ambassador to the United Nations, called for Biden’s resignation — but suggested that his Vice President Kamala Harris wouldn’t be much of an upgrade.
“Should Biden step down or be removed for his handling of Afghanistan? Yes,” she tweeted. “But that would leave us with Kamala Harris which would be ten times worse. God help us.”
Sen. Josh Hawley added: “To say that today’s loss of American lives in Kabul is sickening does not begin to do justice to what has happened. It is enraging. And Joe Biden is responsible. It is now clear beyond all doubt that he has neither the capacity nor the will to lead. He must resign.”
Former Trump White House advisor Kellyanne Conway sarcastically responded, “#Impeach? Why? It’s not like they called the President of Ukraine or anything.”
Members of Congress also fired off on the president, “If President Trump can be impeached over a phone call, then the time has come to IMPEACH Biden for gross negligence in Afghanistan,” said Rep. Ronny Jackson.
“Americans deserve better. We deserve better than someone who willfully IGNORES the WORST crisis in decades.”
In another tweet, he added: “There will be time for investigations and assigning blame later, but we do need a new Commander-in-Chief NOW! The leadership that got us into this does not have the competence and will to get us out. People are now officially dying!!”
Reps. Byron Donalds and Claudia Tenney similarly issued strongly worded statements calling for accountability. Rep. Elise Stefanik said Biden was unfit to be commander in chief. “Joe Biden has blood on his hands. The buck stops with the President of the United States,” she said.
“Joe Biden must resign or face impeachment,” said Tenney.
Donalds tweeted: “[Biden] has abdicated his responsibility and duties entrusted to him as POTUS, and he must RESIGN IMMEDIATELY.”
“Mr. President, fix the mess you created. Stop running from it. We are still at war. You didn’t ‘end the war,’ you just gave the enemy new advantage. Go on offense, establish superiority, and don’t leave until all our citizens and allies are safe,” Rep. Dan Crenshaw tweeted in response to the violence.
To make matters worse, Biden’s press conference to address the bombings was a disaster in it of itself as Biden revealed that he was instructed to call on certain reporters in order from a list he was given.
“Ladies and gentlemen, they gave me a list here. The first person I was instructed to call on was Kelly O’Donnell from NBC,” Biden kicked off the press conference.
Among the others called from the list were Reuters correspondent Trevor Hunnicutt and Associated Press reporter Aamer Madhani, who was ridiculed for his softball question that invoked the memory of the president’s son, Beau Biden.
“What is going on?” BlazeTV host Jason Whitlock reacted to the strange admission by Biden that the reporters were chosen for him.
“Who the hell is in charge here?” Washington Examiner commentator Tiana Lowe asked.
“Amazing. And everyone goes along with this,” The Spectator contributor Stephen Miller wrote, adding, “He is not in charge.”
“He said instructed. Jesus Christ,” Washington Examiner Magazine managing editor Jay Caruso tweeted.
“Biden just said ‘I was instructed to call on’ this reporter! Who instructed him to call on the reporter? Who’s really in charge? Are you kidding me?” Rep. Claudia Tenney exclaimed.
Author: Michael Soms