More Republicans step forward every day supporting removing Joe Biden from office.
That could put Kamala Harris in the Oval Office.
Kamala Harris just got hit with a terrible surprise about impeachment.
Joe Biden’s poll numbers plummeted in the wake of his ineptly executed withdrawal from Afghanistan where 13 troops died because of Biden’s bungled plan.
Americans rendered a harsh judgment on Biden’s decrepit and ineffectual performance as commander-in-chief.
It’s not just Republican members of Congress demanding Biden step down or be removed from office.
A new Rasmussen poll found a majority of Americans believed Biden should resign over his handling of Afghanistan.
“Overall, a majority, or 52 percent, said ‘yes,’ Biden should resign, while 39 percent said he should not. Opinions over Biden resigning are sharply divided along party lines, as three-quarters of Republicans say he should — a sentiment held by nearly one-third of Democrats, 32 percent, and a plurality of independents, 48 percent,” Breitbart reported.
Sixty percent of respondents agreed with impeaching Joe Biden based on the following statement Rasmussen presented:
“I think Joe Biden deserves to be impeached because he’s abandoned thousands of Afghans who fought with us and he’s going to abandon some American citizens because he capitulated to the Taliban to a 31 August deadline.”
Biden resigning or Congress impeaching and convicting Biden would lead to Kamala Harris assuming the presidency.
Normally pundits would expect Harris to enter office with a fresh start from the American people and some level of reservoir of goodwill.
That is not the case with Kamala Harris.
Americans associate Biden’s failures with Harris and also remember Harris’ disastrous 2020 presidential campaign and comically ineffectual performance as border czar.
The Rasmussen poll found 58 percent of Americans believe Harris is not at all qualified or not very qualified to serve as president.
“However, even if one of those scenarios — resignation or impeachment and removal— came to fruition, voters are not confident in Vice President Kamala Harris’s ability to assume office. Forty-seven percent said she is ‘not at all qualified’ to do so, and 11 percent said she is ‘not very qualified.’ Only 38 percent indicated some confidence in her ability to assume the duties of being president,” Breitbart reported.
Even if Congress doesn’t impeach Biden, there is a strong likelihood that Joe Biden will choose not to run for re-election in 2024.
If Joe Biden’s poll numbers continue to tank, Democrats may take that decision out of Joe Biden’s hands and force him to step down and not seek a second term.
But should Kamala Harris takeover for Joe Biden the polling data shows the American people view her as a pretender president unworthy of the station gifted to her by events.
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