UPDATE 6/27/2023: SHOCKING New Evidence of Joe Biden’s Corruption
Since the election of Donald J. Trump as president the impeachment process has been weaponized by the Democrats. By weaponizing the impeachment process the Democrats have opened a Pandora’s box of false allegations, lies and myths to twice impeach a sitting president, raid his home and then indict him.
Even moderate Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, senior member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said, “The American people know Democrats weaponized the power of impeachment against President Donald Trump to advance their own extreme political agenda … It is past time to expunge Democrats’ sham smear against not only President Trump’s name but against millions of patriots across the country.”
Now the Republican controlled House of Representatives has taken the first step on the path to the impeachment of Joseph Robinett Biden, Jr.
The difference is that the Republicans have actual crimes and misdemeanors that can, and must, be brought against Biden, his family and administration.
If the Republicans fail to do their sworn duty and impeach Biden then they will be inextricably linked to the creation of a permanent two-tiered justice system.
House Articles of Impeachment
On June 22nd, 2023 the House voted on H. Res. 503 to send articles of impeachment against Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. to the Judiciary and Homeland Security Select Committees. These committees are now tasked to gather the evidence necessary to impeach Biden, his family and administration and then send their findings to the House floor for a vote.
The Magnolia Tribune’s Frank Corder reported,
By a vote of 219 to 208, the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to send H. Res. 503 – Articles of Impeachment against President Joe Biden – to the House Judiciary and Homeland Security Committees for their consideration.
Texas Congressman Chip Roy authored the resolution – H. Res. 529 – that sent Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert’s impeachment resolution against President Biden to the two committees.
The move by Roy comes as House Republicans seek to de-escalate tensions and delay action on the possible impeachment of Biden, giving GOP caucus members time to resolve any internal disputes should an official vote on impeachment come in the near future.
The House Judiciary and Homeland Security Select Committees will now put together the charges against Biden.
A growing number of whistleblowers and Congressional hearings have exposed egregious violations against the Constitutions of the United States of America by Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr., his family, and members of his importuning putative administration.
Add to this list the false, and politically driven, impeachment of President Donald J. Trump and false imprisonment of those who attended the January 6th, 2021 Save America march in Washington, D.C. and you have the makings of a voluminous list of crimes and misdemeanors to be added to the indictment against Biden.
Our guess is that the results of the findings of both the Judiciary and Homeland Security Select Committees will be enough to bring the impeachment to the floor of the House of Representatives hopefully before the end of 2023.
Why? Because by early 2024 the presidential midterm elections will begin.
Will the U.S. Senate Vote to Impeach Biden?
The term “impeachment” refers to the House’s decision to charge a public official with “high crimes and misdemeanors,” the phrase the Constitution uses to describe offenses warranting removal of a high official. The House may impeach such an official by a simple majority vote.
After such a vote, the matter moves to the Senate, which will conduct a trial and decide whether to convict the impeached official. If the president is impeached, the Chief Justice of the United States shall preside over this trial.
Convicting someone who is impeached requires a two-thirds majority vote in the Senate.
If the U.S. Senate votes to convict Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. then the Constitution also permits the Senate to permanently disqualify Biden from holding “any office of honor, trust or profit under the United States.”
The popularity of Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. is plummeting while the the DNC is seeing a growing number of Democrats wanting Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. as the presidential primary nominee.
If the impeached official, Biden, is convicted, the Senate then must decide what sanction to impose upon that official. Under the Constitution, “judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust or profit under the United States.”
So the Senate effectively must decide whether merely removing the official from office is an appropriate sanction, or whether permanent disqualification is warranted.
Given these dynamics, and the eminent 2024 DNC primary, it will be most interesting to watch if a majority of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate vote to impeach Biden for political expediency and removes him from office and disqualifies him from holding any other office of honor, trust or profit to save face.
If the Senate votes to impeach then the Democrat nomination belongs to RFK, Jr. alone.
We shall see as this political theatre plays itself out.
©2023. Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.
BIDEN (last week): "I sold a lot of state secrets and a lot of very important things…" pic.twitter.com/eyEaQEevRp
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NBC POLL: "Just 20% of voters believe this country is headed in the right direction. 74% say the nation is on the wrong track." pic.twitter.com/QwzMIqpkkY
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