New impeachment motion brought against Biden

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On Tuesday, a US legislator filed articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden, claiming that his southern border policies render him unsuitable for duty.

Rep. Lauren Boebert, a Republican from Colorado, filed the motion, which accuses Biden of abuse of power and dereliction of duty for “presiding over an executive branch that has continually, overtly, and consistently refused to enforce the Nation’s immigration laws and secure the southern border.”

Boebert told Fox News that she pushed her party, which now holds a majority in the House, to act on the charges, but that she was willing to proceed on her own.

“If the committees and/or leadership do not step up and actually do something about the president’s failure… then I will call my legislation, my articles of impeachment for a privileged motion,” Boebert told CNN.

In 2021, the legislator proposed impeaching Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris over the administration’s handling of the Afghan conflict and eventual withdrawal of US troops from the nation.

Another Republican politician, Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, also wants Biden removed from office and filed her own allegations against the president last month.

Both congresswomen called the flow of illegal immigrants entering the United States through Mexico a “invasion.” They criticized the practice of releasing aliens on American soil pending a court hearing on their cases, and they linked the increase in fentanyl overdoses to a perceived lack of border security.

Republican Tennessee Rep. Andy Ogles introduced a new motion to impeach the Democratic leader on Monday. Ogles claims that Biden has “weaponized” the executive branch to shield his family’s “business and influence peddling schemes” from public scrutiny.