Ventura County Group Votes To Endorse Representative Greene’s Articles of Impeachment

By Jennifer Amodei,


On October 28th, 2021, The Ventura County California Republican Assembly VCCRA voted unanimously to support the Resolution of Endorsement of Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene and Congressman Andy Biggs, Rep. Andy Biggs Az, Ohio Rep Bob Gibbs, Texas Rep. Brian Babin, and Texas Rep. Ryan Webber. Articles of Impeachment to current president Joseph R. Biden Jr. For his dereliction of duty and his violation of Article 4 section 4 of the Constitution.

The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government. It shall protect each of them against Invasion, and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence. 

Lori Mills, Vice President of the Simi Valley and Moorpark VCCRA chapter, asserts, “We took this action as a direct result of the war this president has declared on his citizens.”

As the country buckles under a sea of chaos, spearheaded by a leader that despite apparently receiving more votes than any other American president in history, his short tenor brought to bear his unpopular and destructive leadership, leaving many feeling this country is on the verge of collapse.

“The Ventura County California Republican Assembly is working to make sure the voices of the American people are heard and that public officials are held accountable.” Stated Lori Mills, VP.

The resolution spells out the humanitarian crisis set in motion on Mr. Biden’s first day on the job. By removing functioning policies that allowed time for vetting and safety, Mr. Biden puts the citizens at great peril on all levels. He opened the U.S to people worldwide, flying to Mexico and entering illegally into the U.S, nearing 2 million people, fueling the sex trafficking, drug, and crime crisis.

The debacle in Afghanistan left 13 serve men and women to their untimely death, and thousands of Americans stranded behind the enemy lines, and many are currently still there facing possible barbaric death with no hope of escape.

Our enemies of a 20-year war on terror in which the president now funded 85 billion dollars of Taxpayers’ money in military equipment from Black Hawk Helicopters to night vision goggles. At the same time, he abandoned the Bagram, Airbase, which was the most strategic base in the Middle East near China.

Beyond the scope of the resolution, his monstrous directives seemed focused on the very people he promised to serve, declaring “His patience was running thin.” with those who have chosen what they thought was the best for their health.

He made clear they were not in alignment with his agenda as he knew better. He is now leaving tens of millions struggling for their jobs to comply with a health order that crosses the line of constitutionality. Citizens are left dodging Executive Orders that erode personal sovereignty.

Workers that are not willing to partake in clinical trials that will not be complete till 2024 emboldens pharmaceutical companies that hold no liability for the tens of thousands of deaths and injuries they are creating. The crisis compiling as the rest of America is at the mercy of a shortage of emergency workers from the police, fire, healthcare workers to main-street.

Worst, his mandates threaten our national security by bringing division and detriment to our once robust military at a time of high tensions in the South China Sea.

The list goes on from inflation to rising energy costs at the gas pump to supply chain shortages not seen since world war ll.

Lori Mills, VCCRA VP, concluded, “We can not simply keep going at this pace without us losing this great land. And it’s up to each and every one of us in every corner of this country, big or small, to demand this stops. Because when we work together, we have the power if we simply don’t comply, we can make a difference and save our nation.”

The resolution to support the articles of impeachment will now be elevated to the State CRA chapter and, if passed, will go on to the national chapter for approval.

Ms. Amodei is a local activist

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