President-elect Joe Biden is unlikely to ever be known by another other title.
Biden was impeached in the House of Representatives today in a contentious vote that broke down across party lines, with a few self-described “pragmatic Democrats” joining their Republican colleagues in the interest of “unity.”
The effort to impeach the President-elect began earlier this month when Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), a member of Congress that believes certain humans to be lizards, Barack Obama to be a sex-trafficker, and that the 2020 presidential election was a fraud, committed to filing articles of impeachment in the House of Representatives on day one of Biden’s presidency.
Representative Greene says she decided to begin the impeachment process before Biden’s presidency to address the “naysayers that said the first day was way too early.”
“Everyone was like ‘oh how can you impeach a president on the first day of his term?’ Well, guess what dumb-dumbs, we can actually impeach him before he’s even inaugurated. The charges are the same either way.”
Greene is referring to charges that the President-elect is the father of someone who is alleged to have committed crimes that have not been proven true in a court of law.
“Whether it’s last day of his presidency or the day he was nominated, he’s still Hunter Biden’s dad,” adding for good measure that Biden is likely part of the same “child sex-trafficking wing that Obama is,” and that “hamburgers should be classified as fruit.”
“If it hasn’t affected his presidency yet, it definitely will,” she concluded.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who recently penned a letter to President-elect Biden telling him that impeachment of President Trump to hold him accountable for inciting a violent mob to breach the Capitol would make Biden an “incredibly weak figure in American History,” has pledged to do everything he can to push for President-elect Biden’s conviction in the Senate.
“America needs to come together right now, holding this man accountable for the yet-to-be-proven actions of his son is what will allow us to restore unity.”