POLL: Over Two-Thirds Of Republicans Think Biden Should Be Impeached If GOP Retakes House

A new poll has found that over two thirds of Republicans think Joe Biden should be impeached if the GOP retakes the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterms, which is likely to happen.

There are numerous reasons to potentially impeach Biden, but thanks to the Democrats and the way they treated Trump it doesn’t even really matter, does it?

Biden can be impeached just to damage him politically and because conservatives don’t like them.

Here are some details from the UMass poll:

OVER TWO-THIRDS OF REPUBLICANS THINK PRESIDENT BIDEN SHOULD BE IMPEACHED IF THE GOP RETAKES THE HOUSE, ACCORDING TO NEW NATIONAL UMASS AMHERST POLL

The results of a new national University of Massachusetts Amherst Poll released today show that more than two-thirds of Republicans believe that the House of Representatives should impeach President Joe Biden, if the GOP retake the House in this fall’s midterm elections.

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While just over one-third of the poll’s 1,000 respondents (34%) say that a GOP-controlled House should impeach Biden, 68% of Republicans and Trump voters and 66% of conservatives all would like to see the President charged by Congress for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors, the formal criteria for impeachment laid out in the Constitution. Asked if they think that a Republican-controlled House actually will impeach Biden, 44% of the poll’s respondents said they think it will, while over half of Republicans (53%) said they think it will.

“The decision to impeach a president was once viewed as a last resort to reign in a president who pushed or broke through the boundaries of our laws, values and ethics,” says Tatishe Nteta, associate professor of political science at UMass Amherst and director of the poll. “Today, impeachment is no longer a final option, but one of many weapons to be used in an era of rampant partisan polarization to gain an upper hand on one’s partisan opponents. With a number of Republican members of Congress calling to impeach President Biden, the chorus will likely grow louder if and when the Republican Party takes control of the U.S. House in 2022.”

You can see this sentiment on Twitter:

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Democrats didn’t hesitate to impeach Trump, and neither should Republicans when it comes to Biden.

 

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