James Woods Tells Kevin McCarthy to Impeach Biden: ‘Stop Talking and Do Something’

Hollywood legend James Woods has blasted Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) for frequently criticizing Democrat President Joe Biden but falling short of taking assertive action.

Woods urged McCarthy to either impeach Biden or shut up.

The veteran actor, one of the rare few conservatives in Hollywood, was responding to the crisis at the border.

He slammed McCarthy’s harsh words but lack of action regarding Biden’s role in the border crisis.

As Slay News reported earlier, the Border Patrol Union ripped “corrupt” Biden for the crisis.

“This is by far the worst sustained disaster that any BP agent, active or retired, has ever seen at our border,” the union said in a statement.

“And one man is responsible for every single bit of it, with the worst still to come.

“The Biden Administration is absolutely corrupt to its core.”

McCarthy said: “President Biden’s policies have sent a message to the world—including the cartels: ‘the border is open.’

“Why is the President of the United States, who is supposed to enforce our nation’s laws, missing in action?”

Enter James Woods, who said in a now-deleted post on Twitter:

“Either impeach him or shut up.

“Just stop talking, for the love of God, and DO SOMETHING.”

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Border Patrol Union chief Brandon Judd told Sean Hannity last week:

“If he wasn’t the President of the United States, I would arrest him.

“But he is the president so he’s not held accountable.

“The other main problem is the media.

“The media doesn’t hold him accountable.

“All of this chaos could go away tomorrow.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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