QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene files articles of impeachment against Biden arguing he is 'unfit' to be president and 'will do whatever it takes to bail out Hunter'

 QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene said Thursday she has filed articles of impeachment against Joe Biden

The Republican Congresswoman from Georgia, 46, argued the newly elected president is 'unfit' for office and 'will do whatever it takes to bail out Hunter'. 

In a statement Greene indicated she is accusing Biden of abusing his power as Vice President when his son served on a Ukrainian energy company's board. It comes just one day after Biden was sworn into office. 

Greene was on Sunday temporarily suspended from Twitter. She has previously expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories online.

She said in a statement Thursday:  'President Joe Biden is unfit to hold the office of the presidency. His pattern of abuse of power as President Obama's Vice President is lengthy and disturbing. 

'President Biden has demonstrated that he will do whatever it takes to bail out his son, Hunter, and line his family's pockets with cash from corrupt foreign energy companies,' 


QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene said Thursday she has filed articles of impeachment against Joe Biden. The Republican Congresswoman from Georgia, 46, argued the newly elected president is 'unfit' for office and 'will do whatever it takes to bail out Hunter'

QAnon Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene said Thursday she has filed articles of impeachment against Joe Biden. The Republican Congresswoman from Georgia, 46, argued the newly elected president is 'unfit' for office and 'will do whatever it takes to bail out Hunter'

In a statement Greene indicated she is accusing Biden of abusing his power as Vice President when his son served on a Ukrainian energy company's board. It comes just one day after Biden was sworn into office, pictured Wednesday

In a statement Greene indicated she is accusing Biden of abusing his power as Vice President when his son served on a Ukrainian energy company's board. It comes just one day after Biden was sworn into office, pictured Wednesday 

Greene also released a video to Twitter announcing her decision. She said: 'I've just filed articles of impeachment on president Joe Biden, we will see how this goes.'

Donald Trump was last week impeached for the second time for his role in inciting the riot at the U.S. Capitol set up his trial in the Senate.

The former president was acquitted by the Senate in February last year on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress stemming from his efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden.   


President Trump and his Republican allies in Congress made Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China and Ukraine a line of attack against the elder Biden during the 2020 election campaign.  

Senate Republicans said in a report last year that the appointment may have posed a conflict of interest but did not provide evidence that any policies were directly affected by Hunter Biden’s work. 

In December it was then revealed that Hunter is under federal investigation for his taxes. 

Hunter Biden has denied any wrongdoing, and his father released a statement supporting his son. 

President Trump and his Republican allies in Congress made Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China and Ukraine a line of attack against the elder Biden during the 2020 election campaign.  Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts as Jill Biden holds the Bible Wednesday

President Trump and his Republican allies in Congress made Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China and Ukraine a line of attack against the elder Biden during the 2020 election campaign.  Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts as Jill Biden holds the Bible Wednesday 

Joe Biden (L), flanked by is wife US First Lady Jill Biden (2nd L), Hunter Biden (R) and Ashley Biden (C), is sworn in as the 46th US President by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts

Joe Biden (L), flanked by is wife US First Lady Jill Biden (2nd L), Hunter Biden (R) and Ashley Biden (C), is sworn in as the 46th US President by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts

Greene had already pledged on January 13: 'On January 21st, I'm filing Articles of Impeachment on President-elect.

'75 million Americans are fed up with inaction. It's time to take a stand. I'm proud to be the voice of Republican voters who have been ignored.' 

It is unlikely that Biden will be impeached with Democrats controlling the House.    

Greene's Twitter account was suspended 'without explanation,' she said in a statement over the weekend, while also condemning big tech companies for 'silencing' conservative views.

The businesswoman and political newcomer was elected to represent Georgia's 14th District in November. 

She's gained large followings on social media in part by posting incendiary videos and comments and has also embraced QAnon.  

The far-right U.S. conspiracy theory is centered around the debunked belief that President Donald Trump is waging a secret campaign against enemies in the 'deep state' and a child sex trafficking ring they say is linked to Democrats.

QAnon followers grappled with anger, confusion and disappointment Wednesday as President Joe Biden was sworn into office. 

The businesswoman and political newcomer was elected to represent Georgia's 14th District in November. She's gained large followings on social media in part by posting incendiary videos and comments and has also embraced QAnon

The businesswoman and political newcomer was elected to represent Georgia's 14th District in November. She's gained large followings on social media in part by posting incendiary videos and comments and has also embraced QAnon

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks as President Donald Trump listens at a campaign rally in Dalton, Georgia on Monday, January 4. Greene was on Sunday temporarily suspended from Twitter. She has previously expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks as President Donald Trump listens at a campaign rallyin Dalton, Georgia on Monday, January 4. Greene was on Sunday temporarily suspended from Twitter. She has previously expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories 

It has also emerged Greene described the Parkland high school shooting that left 17 dead as a 'false flag' event in a resurfaced Facebook post from 2018. 

The conspiracy theory that the shooting was an orchestrated event with an anti-gun agenda has circulated in right-wing circles. 

Shortly before her Twitter ban, Greene posted a clip from an interview with a local news outlet in which she condemned Georgia election officials and expressed support for debunked theories claiming that voting machines, absentee ballots and other issues led to widespread fraud in the state during the presidential election.

Twitter responded to the tweet, and others, with a message that called the election fraud claim 'disputed,' and saying it posed 'a risk of violence.'

A statement from Greene's team on Sunday included screenshots from Twitter which appeared to show the company informing the congresswoman she had violated its rules and would be prohibited from interacting with content on the site for 12 hours.

Greene urged Congress to 'act to protect free speech' in her statement.

Congressional members and guests arrive for the the 59th inaugural ceremony on Wednesday

Congressional members and guests arrive for the the 59th inaugural ceremony on Wednesday

The action comes a little more than a week after Twitter banned Trump from the platform, citing 'the risk of further incitement of violence' following the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol this month.

As of January 12, Twitter had also suspended more than 70,000 accounts associated with QAnon as it attempted to rein in harmful activity ahead of the presidential inauguration. 

Twitter has said it is taking action against online behavior 'that has the potential to lead to offline harm' after the mob of Trump supporters violently stormed the Capitol building on Jan. 6.

The company said the Republican's account had been 'temporarily locked out for multiple violations of our civic integrity policy.'

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