Rep. Mills Files Articles of Impeachment Against Biden for Threatening To Withhold Bombs to Israel

Rep. Cory Milles compared his move to Trump's impeachment for delaying a weapons shipment to Ukraine

Rep. Cory Mills (R-FL) formally filed articles of impeachment against President Biden on Friday due to his recent comments about withholding deliveries of heavy bombs to Israel if it launches a major attack on “population centers” in Rafah, Gaza’s southernmost city.

Mills compared his move with the 2019 impeachment of then-President Donald Trump for briefly delaying weapons shipments to Ukraine and claimed Biden abused his power by trying to leverage military aid to get Israel to change its military tactics.

“In violation of his oath to faithfully execute the office of President and to uphold the Constitution, President Biden abused the powers of his office by soliciting a ‘quid pro quo’ with Israel while leveraging vital military aid for policy changes,” Mills said in a statement, according to Fox News Digital.

“This egregious action not only compromised the credibility of the United States but also undermined the interests of our longstanding ally, Israel. Therefore, President Biden’s conduct warrants impeachment, trial, removal from office, and disqualification from holding any future office under the United States,” the statement added.

Over the past seven months, President Biden has staunchly supported the Israeli slaughter of Palestinians in Gaza by approving hundreds of arms deals and shipping tens of thousands of heavy bombs. He has also provided political cover by vetoing UN Security Council resolutions for Israel and rejecting the International Court of Justice’s ruling that it’s “plausible” Israel is committing genocide.

While Biden warned he could withhold specific types of weapons from Israel, he still vowed the US would provide long-term military support for Israel. Members of his administration have also promised Israel will get all of the $17 billion in additional military aid that was recently authorized by Congress. But Republicans are still fuming over Biden’s comments.

Author: Dave DeCamp

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