It's truly difficult to believe that President Joe Biden, 80, is pressing ahead with a second run at the White House. The numbers simply do no favor him, whatsoever.
A vast majority of polls regarding Biden's approval and performance numbers are in the tank, but according to Breitbart, one of the most telling polls was released last week.
The Rasmussen Reports survey asked likely voters if Congress should draw up articles of impeachment against Biden.
The White House is presumably very much alarmed over the results of the survey, which show that millions of voters want to see action taken against the elderly president.
A whopping 42% of overall voters, which includes Republicans, Democrats, and independents, believe Congress should start impeachment proceedings against the president.
When the numbers were broken down by party line, the news was still insanely bad for the 2024 incumbent hopeful.
While most Republicans (70 percent) believe Congress should and most Democrats (71 percent) believe Congress should not, independents remain relatively divided. Forty percent of independents do not believe Congress should begin impeachment proceedings on the 80-year-old president, compared to 39 percent who believe lawmakers should do so.
The Rasmussen Reports survey noted:
Significantly more men (58%) than women voters (48%) believe it’s likely Biden has committed high crimes and misdemeanors since becoming president, and men are also more likely to favor Congress beginning impeachment proceedings.
Voters under 40 are much less likely than their elders to think it is Very Likely that Biden has committed impeachable offenses as president, but older voters are less likely to believe Congress actually will pursue impeachment.
Many believe the 2024 general election will boil down to which side of the aisle can capture the independent and moderate voters who often can swing the tide of an election one way or the other.
Overall, Biden's polling with independents is disastrous as it is, let alone as the 2024 election season inches near. He's lacking support on most key issues with the critical voter demographic.
At roughly the same time as the survey's publication, Georgia firebrand Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene announced that she was drawing up the articles of impeachment against the president.
"It is with the highest amount of solemnity that I announce my intention to introduce articles of impeachment today on the head of this America-at-last Executive Branch that has been working since January 20th, 2021, to systematically destroy this country: the President of the United States, Joseph Robinette Biden," Greene announced Thursday.
The Georgia Republican listed a number of Biden-related scandals and failures but dialed in on the ongoing crisis at the southern U.S. border.
Only time will tell if Greene can muster the support to push the process forward, but at the very least, someone had to get it going.