'Impeachment proceedings against Biden are inevitable as a result of his immigration failures '

Biden will be impeached, says former White House senior strategist Steve Bannon, because of how he handled the border immigration problem between the United States and Mexico.

After disbanding ICE and the Border Patrol, you might be surprised to learn that... That's the impeachment hearing I'd like to see," Bannon stated on his War Room program.

"Preserve your paperwork because they'll put you on trial after impeachment. By enabling our country to be invaded by your activities, you should be charged with criminal negligence," Bannon stated.

It appears that Bannon is not the only one who feels this way.

Over half of the people polled by Rasmussen say Vice President Biden should be removed from office.

Almost as many people polled believe that Republicans will do the same thing if they regain control of the House of Representatives in the 2022 midterm elections.

“A new national telephone and an online survey by Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse finds that 50% of Likely U.S. voters support the impeachment of Biden, including 33% who Strongly Support it. Forty-five percent (45%) are opposed to impeaching Biden, including 33% who Strongly Oppose it,” Rasmussen reported.

After the midterm elections, a Republican-controlled Senate may be in charge if Vice President Joe Biden is impeached.

The survey comes at a time when both Vice President Kamala Harris and Vice President Joe Biden have seen a huge increase in their approval ratings.

According to an I&I/TIPP poll conducted in early December, less than a third of Democrats support Biden's reelection.

"Who do you like to see running for president on the Democratic ticket in 2024?" was the survey's central question.

According to Breitbart News:

Overall, 22 percent said Biden, followed by 12 percent who said Vice President Kamala Harris, four percent who said Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and three percent who said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA), and Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. The remaining potential candidates garnered two percent support or less. Thirty-one percent, overall, say they are unsure.

Even among Democrats, specifically, Biden fails to see overwhelming support, as only 37 percent say they want to see him run again on the Democrat ticket in the next presidential election cycle. Another 16 percent of Democrats chose Harris, and 13 percent, overall, remain unsure.

37 percent of independents say they are “not sure” who they want to see run on the Democrat ticket, but only eight percent say it should be Biden.

When it came to Democratic-leaning Independents, the numbers went down.

TIPP stated that only 8% of independents and other non-major party voters want Biden to return as the Democratic standard-bearer.

"And only 10% of Americans choose Harris over Biden. That means that Biden's support among independents, the swing voters who make up a third or more of all those who go to the polls each election, is almost non-existent," the survey said.

Even Democrats aren't thrilled with Biden's position at the top." The study found that just 37 percent of people want him there.

This is particularly concerning because Vice President Harris would take over as president if Joe Biden were to step down before the end of his tenure as Vice President.

It is safe to say that the 2024 presidential election is shaping up to be a wild one for the Democrats at this early stage of the game, with no one else gaining even more than low single-digit support. Everything hinges on how well Biden's initiatives do in the next two years."

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