The TRUTH Hurts: Speaker Johnson Has HARSH Words For Joe Biden

By Tommy Wilson | Thursday, 06 June 2024 01:45 AM
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In a recent discussion regarding Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene's (R-Ga.) proposed impeachment of President Biden, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) expressed his severe criticism of the President, labeling him as the "worst President in the history of the country."

Greene had previously informed reporters of her intention to initiate a vote on the impeachment of President Biden, citing the ongoing crisis at the U.S. southern border. However, she decided to postpone this action until after a discussion with Johnson. The meeting between the two took place on Tuesday morning, following Johnson's statement that he was making "no commitment" to Greene's impeachment proposal.

Johnson, during a press conference held before his meeting with Greene, emphasized the gravity of the impeachment power. "In general, the impeachment power is one that we wield very carefully here, as I've said so many times. Next to the declaration of war, it's the heaviest power that Congress has," Johnson stated. He further added, "Look, there's no question President Biden, I think, is the worst president … I think President Biden's the worst President in the history of the country, and there may well be impeachable offenses."

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Despite his criticism of President Biden, Johnson maintained that the impeachment process must be methodical and thorough. "There is an investigation process that's gone about that has been looked at [by] our committees of jurisdiction, and the process continues, so I'm not making any commitment on that this morning. We have to let the constitutional process and our constitutional responsibility play out," he said.

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During the meeting between Greene and Johnson, President Biden announced an executive action aimed at turning away asylum seekers who cross the southern border illegally during periods of high daily encounters. This action would be enforced when the seven-day average of daily border crossings exceeds 2,500 between ports of entry, according to senior administration officials.

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Johnson, however, criticized the order as "weak" and "window dressing," arguing that President Biden and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas have "engineered the open border" over the past three and a half years. "The evidence is so clear, and now suddenly he wants to issue some weak executive order — one, by the way, one executive order — supposedly to try to address the issue. It's window dressing. Everybody knows that if he was concerned about the border, he would have done this a long time ago," Johnson said.

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The House is likely to vote on a motion to either table Greene's impeachment resolution or refer it to a committee, similar to the process in June 2023 when Representative Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) forced a vote on her resolution to impeach Biden over the border crisis.

House Republicans, including Johnson, have long demanded that President Biden take executive action on the border crisis. Johnson stated on Sunday that the recent order is "too little too late."

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