Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell made some startling comments recently about Joe Biden’s impeachment.
McConnell claimed on Wednesday how there was no possibility that President Biden would be impeached over the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan recently. Speaking his mind loud and clear, the Senate leader mentioned how the Democrats were in power and controlled the house.
For that reason, he strongly felt that it was wishful thinking on many people’s part if they wrongly assumed that Biden would be impeached with such a majority.
“See, I strongly believe that the real way that these behaviors become adjusted in this nation is truly at the ballot box,” while speaking at a recent event held at Pikeville in Kentucky.
“Biden will not be removed from his office when the Democratic House is in power and with a narrowly Democratic Senate as well,” he added.
These remarks come just one week after a tragic suicide bomb explosion rocked the war-torn city of Kabul, near the airport. This incident killed 13 US servicemen and more than 150 Afghan civilians while wounding dozens more. Moreover, the organization that went on to claim responsibility for the harrowing attack included the Islamic State ISIS-K.
After that event, many people have come forward asking the President to resign over his chaotic withdrawal and evacuation mission, and this includes South Carolina’s Senator Lindsey Graham as well as Marsh Blackburn.
But the President was swift in his actions when it came to defending his decisions over the withdrawal of American troops, as he made a defiant speech at the White House last Tuesday. This was just one day after the final American Military plane flew out of Afghanistan, bringing the 20 year-long war against Afghanistan to an end.
In the same way, President Biden also paid tribute to the 13 servicemen who passed away in the deadly terror strike while performing heroic duties in Kabul.