Four House Republicans file lawsuits against Biden across the border and Afghanistan

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A group of House Republicans have filed lawsuits against President Joe Biden.

“I filed a lawsuit against @POTUS based on what I believe are clear violations of his duties, “Rep. Bob Gibbs of Ohio wrote on Twitter Wednesday the day after the submission of the Supreme Court articles.” There is dynamism in Congress that prevents this from being debated. But I could not stand by while Biden committed obvious and deliberate breaches of his office. “

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Gibbs explained that Biden’s handling of the wave of illegal immigrants at the border and his attempts to extend the federal moratorium on eviction constitute a failure to perform his duties as president.

“His willful neglect of the border crisis is a failure to uphold and defend American sovereignty. Biden’s attempt to extend a federal moratorium on eviction despite the Supreme Court’s warning and his own admission that he has no power to do so is an obvious and intentional act that violates the separation of powers, “Gibbs told the Daily Mail on Wednesday.

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Gibbs said the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan that cost the lives of 13 U.S. officials was also a major factor in the decision to file federal court articles.

Gibbs, who was joined by Rep. Andy Biggs from Arizona and reps. Brian Babin and Randy Weber from Texas, admitted in an interview with the Washington Examiner that the federal lawsuit is unlikely to succeed.

“Obviously it’s not going to go anywhere with Speaker [Nancy] Pelosi, “Gibbs said of the Democratic-controlled House, but added,” It shows that there are some Republicans who think this president should be accused, he should be removed from office in one way or another. “

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The Supreme Court application comes in the same week as opinion polls showed that support for Biden fell among independents.

Biden currently has an approval of 43% and a rejection of 53% in a new Gallup poll conducted 1.-17. September. This is a decrease from a 49% -48% approval / rejection assessment in Gallup’s survey on 2.-17. August. In June, the president stood at 56% -42%.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.

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