Nancy Mace, Representative of the GOP has stated that GOP legislators will be under pressure to remove President Obama if Congress is regained.
Republicans will be pressured to impeach President Joe Biden if their party wins back control of Congress in November’s midterm elections, US Representative Nancy Mace has claimed.
“I believe there’s a lot of pressure on Republicans to have that vote, to put that legislation forward and have that vote,”The South Carolina Republican spoke out in an interview with NBC News on Sunday. “I think that is something that some folks are considering.”
Mace is described as “Mace”. “a conservative who works with Democrats,”After defeating a former president Donald Trump’s challenger in the primary election, she has an opportunity to keep her seat in Congress. She raised the ire of Trump supporters by voting to certify Democrat Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election and criticizing Trump over the US Capitol riot.
However, Mace voted ‘no’In January 2021, Trump was impeached again by the Democrats. She told NBC News host Chuck Todd on Sunday that she had voted against Trump’s impeachment because she believed he had been stripped of his right to due process. She added that she would oppose Biden’s impeachment under the same circumstance.
“I’m going to read how that bill is filed, what’s in it, what evidence there was,”Mace spoke out about any case of impeachment against Biden. Mace added that she was aware of any impeachment case against Biden. “I typically vote constitutionally, regardless of who’s in power. I want to do the right thing for the long term because this isn’t just about today, tomorrow, this year’s election. This is about the future of democracy.”
Republicans have already filed two impeachment cases against Biden, including one this month, despite knowing that they won’t be able to force a vote in the Democrat-controlled House. The latest articles of impeachment, filed by four GOP lawmakers last week, call for Biden to be removed from office for failing to secure the nation’s borders, mishandling last year’s withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan and imposing an unconstitutional ban on evictions.
Mace stated that major parties must work together and not be driven by those at the fringes. Mace called for consensus building on the issues most important to voters. “That’s where our focus should be at this juncture, as opposed to following a shiny object or chasing that rabbit down a hole. We need to be working together.”
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