Ramirez is expressing a sentiment shared by many, whether progressive or conservative.
But to answer the specific question, can you impeach congress?
As much as we progressives drool over the thought of impeaching Mitch McConnell, no, members of congress cannot be impeached.
The Constitution provides that each house of congress — the Senate and House of Representatives respectively — can expel their own members by a vote of two thirds of the members. They cannot be impeached. Impeachment only applies to those in the Executive or Judicial branches who are either elected (such as the president or vice president) or appointed with senate confirmation (judges and cabinet members).
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