Calls to 'impeach' Biden AND Harris by GOP firebrand Lauren Boebert who is trolled for misspelling the word

REPUBLICAN gun rights activist Lauren Boebert is getting heckled for a misspelling when she called for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to be impeached. 

On Friday, the Colorado Congresswoman issued a press release calling for Biden’s ouster, with a logo that read “Imeach Biden.” 


The error was quickly fixed, but not before the lawmaker was ridiculed by some in the Twittersphere. 

“Lauren Boebert has sent a release calling to impeach Biden, but she has messed up the logo here,” Punch Bowl News’ Jake Sherman tweeted, with a screenshot of the original logo.

Total fail,” tweeted Star Trek actor and activist George Tekai.

David Weissman chimed in: “@laurenboebert, are you really that ignorant, or are you trying to distract us with something.” He then added the hashtag: #imeachbiden

Patrick From Florida helped Boebert out by adding a “P” onto her logo.

And Andrea Junker supplied some comedy. 

“Whitney Houston: I’m Every Woman… Lauren Boebert: #ImEachBiden!”


Aside from the fuss over the missed “P” in “impeach” Boebert did accompany the lackluster logo with her reasons to take on the president. 

“Joe Biden willfully abandoned his duty as President of the United States and violated his constitutional oath to ‘take care that the laws be faithfully executed’ by failing to ensure the national security of the United States and its citizens,” according to the press release, which had since corrected the spelling slight.

“Joe Biden and Kamala Harris handed over billions of dollars of American-made weapons to the very scum of the earth that we spent $2 trillion fighting.  

She noted that the “Biden regime” needs to be held accountable. 

“There have been no resignations, no indictments, no investigations, no congressional oversight, no outcry from the mainstream media, and no apologies – so I’m stepping up to hold Biden and Harris accountable by filing articles of impeachment for giving aid and comfort to America’s enemies and colluding with the Taliban.”


Biden’s presidency is facing significant criticism over his handling of a number of crises ranging from the recent surge of mostly Haitian migrants flooding the Southern Border to his handling of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan where 13 service members perished in a suicide bombing to his mixed messaging while guiding the nation through the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Boebert who boasts her small business owner credibility as the owner of the restaurant called Shooters Grill is not alone in seeking to show Biden the exit. 

In August, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, of Georgia sought to expose Biden’s past and present behavior warranted impeachment. 

Greene claimed Biden’s past and present actions warranted impeachment. 

Her tweet read: “That it. Time to IMPEACH BIDEN!”

She was reacting to a tweet posted by a Fox News reporter who noted that the city of McAllen, Texas was part of Hidalgo County’s disaster declaration over the outbreak of Covid-19 cases that shot up after the feds released purportedly infected immigrants since February. 

Others came forward against Biden especially after the fatalities during the Kabul airport bombing during the winding down of America's longest war. 

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri tweeted that Biden made a massive blunder and demanded he resign.

“To say that today’s loss of American lives in Kabul is sickening does not begin to do justice to what has happened. It is enraging. And Joe Biden is responsible. 

“It is now clear beyond all doubt that he has neither the capacity nor the will to lead. He must resign”

Former ambassador to the United Nations under Trump Nikki Haley called for Biden's resignation.

"Should Biden step down or be removed for his handling of Afghanistan? Yes," Haley tweeted.

It added: "Only the effort would leave Harris in charge of the country.

"But that would leave us with Kamala Harris which would be ten times worse. 

“God help us."

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