Greene berated Biden for permitting “approximately six million illegals from over 170 countries to invade our country” and accused the president of depriving Customs and Border Protection (CBP) of the resources needed to secure the border.
CBP reported more than 211,000 migrant encounters by authorities for the month of April, an increase from March’s numbers but down from the same month last year. There were 211,401 migrant encounters by CBP in April, down 11% from the 235,785 seen in April 2022 and up 10% from the 191,956 seen in March 2023 — however, those figures were recorded before the surge of migration that accompanied the end of Title 42.
The articles cite several controversies and scandals under Garland’s tenure as attorney general, including the FBI’s “targeting of parents” concerned about their kids’ education at the behest of a teacher’s union letter comparing them to “domestic terrorism,” as well as his refusal to prosecute “leftist extremists that harassed and threatened Supreme Court Justices at their homes in the wake of Dobbs decision.”
Greene highlighted instances of what she regarded as abuse of the bureau’s authority. These instances included, among others, the FBI’s “unprecedented raid” on the home of former President Donald Trump on Aug. 8, 2022, and the bureau’s creation of a “terrorist threat tag” following the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade earlier that summer.
The White House swiftly dismissed Greene’s impeachment articles, labeling them as mere political spectacles and accusing her of engaging in provocative behavior. The specific details and contents of the impeachment articles against President Biden have not been disclosed to the public. It is worth noting that Greene has also initiated impeachment proceedings against Garland and Wray, alleging instances of power abuse and the deliberate targeting of political adversaries.
Despite the uncertain prospects of any tangible outcome arising from this announcement, supporters of Rep. Greene are rallying behind her with enthusiasm. They see her actions as a much-needed response to the persecution of conservative activists who have faced legal proceedings, even though many of them have not committed acts of violence and are simply individuals opposed to the left-wing agenda of the Biden administration.