Joe Biden Just Committed His Most Impeachable Offense Yet

It's often said that politics stops at the water's edge, but Joe Biden clearly missed the memo. During a trip to Ireland this week, he showed an unbelievable lack of respect for America – even more than golfer Phil Mickelson when he accepted money from Saudi Arabia. "I'd rather have my children playing rugby now," Sleepy Joe remarked, "for health reasons than I would have them playing football."

The ill-considered comment has caused outrage here: bald eagles are crashing from the sky, drunken Little League dads are punching their fists in fury, and if Tom Brady wasn't paralyzed by his plastic surgery I'm sure he'd be shedding tears too.

Joe Biden must go. His botched Afghanistan withdrawal, Hunter's Chinese business deals, and open borders have taken a backseat to this. Let me take the opportunity to educate the president – football was first played in America in 1869 between Rutgers and Princeton, and we made it better than the middling European version of the sport that preceded it.

Congress must act: Article Two of the Constitution states that "The President… shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors."

If bashing our national sport in a country with no Super Bowls or SEC championships isn't treasonous then I don't know what is. Where are the Republican Demands Answers letters? Where is the indignation? It's time for Congress to impeach and remove Joe Biden.

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