Cawthorn Calls On Harris To Invoke 25Th Amendment And Remove Biden As President Over Afghanistan Crisis


U. S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn, a freshman Republican from North Carolina, is calling on Vice President Kamala Harris to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove President Biden from office following the deadly, botched withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.

“Our nation is at a crisis point,” he wrote in a letter to Harris and the rest of the cabinet Thursday.

He warned of China’s ambitions on the world stage, the resurgent Russia, rising inflation, chaos at the southern border and other global predicaments threatening the U. S. – and argued that confronting them will take strong, decisive leadership.

“Joe Biden’s physical inability to lead is not a political talking point – it’s a demonstrable fact,” Cawthorn told Fox News on Thursday evening. “He is not mentally fit to serve as president of the United States.”

The congressman said he does not believe Biden is capable of serving as commander-in-chief following the disastrous U. S. pullout of Afghanistan, which has left thousands of Afghan allies stranded, the country in Taliban hands and the most Americans killed in a single attack in Afghanistan in over a decade.

“I cannot sit idly by and watch the nation that I love spiral into death and devastation because our leader cannot discharge his duties,” he said. “There is no time to wait, the time for action is now.”

In his letter to Harris, he wrote that as a member of the president’s inner circle and a former presidential primary debate opponent, she has seen clearer than anyone Biden’s “current cognitive limitations.”

“As the person that works closest with the president, you are also the one who best knows the differences between the perception the West Wing wants to project and the ugly reality,” he added.

The White House did not immediately respond to an after-hours request for comment on the letter.

The request comes hours after a terrorist bombing outside Kabul’s U. S.-held airport left at least 13 American service members dead – 10 Marines, two Army s… (Read more)

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