Greene is widely known in the US as a strong supporter of conspiracy theories and being a vocal advocate of former President Donald Trump. She had already filed articles of impeachment against Joe Biden, alleging abuse of power only a day after he was sworn in.
The infamous House Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene proposed that Congress impeach US President Joe Biden on three articles, and the Afghan issue is included on the list.
The Republican from Georgia has proposed three resolutions: one for “dereliction of duty” for Biden’s handling of the Afghan crisis, another for the “border crisis,” regarding the migrant influx at the southern US border, and a third for “usurping congressional authority and ignoring the judicial authority of the Supreme Court” for the administration’s eviction moratorium during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greene added that the “Afghanistan” article includes leaving reportedly 10,000 Americans behind as the nation’s Islamist movement, the Taliban*, takes over the reins of power.
Such an initiative has little chance of success in Congress, where both chambers are controlled by members of Biden’s Democratic party.
Nevertheless, conservative commentator Mark Levin, who previously discussed the use of the 25th Amendment, Dan Bongino, and Jenna Ellis, a senior legal assistant to former President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign, are also among those calling for Biden to be impeached.