February 10, 2024

Andy McCarthy Thinks 25th Amendment Could Be Used Against Biden

Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Andy McCarthy recently appeared on Fox News to drop a BOMB about President Joe Biden.

Get ready, Joe.

McCarthy believes special counsel Robert Hur’s investigation into Biden and subsequent report yielded enough evidence to “invoke the 25th Amendment.”

The 25th Amendment was created to provide America with a plan that could be deployed in the event that the president or vice president quits, passes away, or is not able to carry out their duties the rest of their term.

In the aforementioned report, Hur called Biden a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

“Well, my first impression was that this is supposed to be about whether there’s enough evidence to indict, and as you read the report, I can’t help but say it sure looks like there’s enough here, to invoke the 25th Amendment. And I know that’s not what he’s looking at, what his purpose is, but his fitness for office is a major issue here,” McCarthy said.

McCarthy did not stop there.

“Second thing, we’ve mentioned this a number of times. One of the reasons, one of the core reasons he didn’t indict is because he decided — he said this himself — a jury would find him to be a sympathetic defendant because he is a gracious enough guy, but he’s forgetful, etc. If you’re at the point where you’re saying what a jury would assess, what that means is you have drawn the conclusion that there is enough evidence to indict the person and enough evidence perhaps to let the jury decide the case. And what you’re now down to is, ‘Did he have the intent to break the law or not?'” he said.

Biden’s team, however, did not agree.

The White House has called the report “inaccurate and inappropriate.”

That is a classic Biden administration maneuver.

McCarthy is right.

The evidence is there.

It is time to REMOVE the Biden administration from office once and for all.

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