Impeach Biden for Obstruction of Justice

New report shows Biden interfered into investigations of himself, his son and Trump.

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The Mueller report suggested that former President Trump could be charged with obstruction of justice because of his decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey and alleged pressure on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to fire Mueller. Now a report has emerged that Biden is planning to fire Attorney General Merrick Garland over special counsel investigations.

While the media made much of the obstruction of justice allegations at the time, it’s shown little interest in its own reporting which implicated Biden in multiple instances of obstruction of justice.

A recent Politico report described Biden complaining that Attorney General Merrick Garland did not stop Special Counsel Hur from editing out mentions of his diminished mental capacity in his report, that Garland should not have allowed a special counsel to look into his son’s misconduct and finally that Garland had failed to schedule a trial of former President Trump quickly enough.

As a result, Politico reported that Biden would oust Garland if he gets a second term.

Not only was Biden interfering with supposedly independent investigations of himself and his son, but even into criminal proceedings aimed at his likely opponent in the presidential race. The interference has become crude and overt enough that it now includes media leaks threatening the job of his attorney general for not sufficiently protecting him from investigations.

And for not doing enough to schedule his presidential opponent’s trial before the election.

Troublingly, the report describes Biden complaining in “recent weeks” that Garland took too long to move on trying Trump. And in mid-January, Garland unexpectedly told CNN that “the cases were brought last year, the prosecutor has urged speeding trials with, with which I agree, and it’s now in the hands of the judicial system, not in our hands.”

It appears now that the attorney general was not just talking to CNN, but to President Biden.

If the Politico report is true, this is deeply corrupt behavior that meets the standard for impeachment. A pattern of interfering in his own investigations is obstruction of justice, but interfering to speed up a criminal case against his opponent so that a trial takes place before an upcoming election is abuse of power. Both are extremely impeachment worthy charges.

Impeachment proceedings moved forward against former President Nixon over obstruction of justice charges related to the coverup of Watergate. Former President Bill Clinton actually was impeached on obstruction of justice grounds and finally former President Trump was impeached for the first time on obstruction of justice charges. The precedents point to impeaching Biden.

These reports come after multiple denials by the White House, by Attorney General Garland and other administration figures that there was any political interference in the investigations.

“Since he took office and consistent with his campaign promise that he would restore the independence of the Justice Department when it comes to decision-making in criminal investigations, President Biden has made clear that this matter would be handled independently by the Justice Department, under the leadership of a U.S. Attorney appointed by former President Trump, free from any political interference by the White House. He has upheld that commitment.” the Biden administration claimed after whistleblowers described efforts by the Department of Justice to sabotage their investigation into Hunter Biden.

The independence has been exposed as a sham and the documented interference with the Hunter Biden investigation could have come from the Justice Department under pressure from the Attorney General or other administration figures because Joe Biden was protecting his son.

House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer and Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan had already announced an obstruction of justice investigation into Biden over allegations that he had interfered in the Hunter Biden investigation and the revelations in the Politico article that Biden had sought to pressure not just one investigation but three and to do so at the level of the attorney general’s office are likely to provide more fuel for an obstruction of justice case.

“We are facing obstruction like has never been demonstrated in the history of congressional investigations,” Rep. Comer had argued.

According to the Politico report, anger at Special Counsel Hur’s report by “Biden and his closest advisers” led them to “put part of the blame on Garland, who they say should have demanded edits to Hur’s report.” While Attorney General Garland could have tried to edit or suppress the report, Congress would have demanded unredacted copies and the leaked copies would have been an even bigger scandal. Garland appears to have understood this even when Biden did not.

Biden also charged that Garland should not have “empowered a special counsel to look into his son” claiming that “the stress could send Hunter Biden spiraling back into addiction.”

Most damagingly, Biden recently took to grumbling “to aides and advisers that had Garland moved sooner in his investigation into former President Donald Trump’s election interference, a trial may already be underway or even have concluded” apparently out of concern that the trial might not take place before the presidential election for maximum political advantage.

As a result, “most of the president’s senior advisers do not believe that the attorney general would remain in his post for a possible second term.”

Clearly the Biden team expects more legal troubles or assaults in a possible second term and believes that Attorney General Garland is spending too much time protecting himself from the fallout and not doing enough of their dirty work. That does not bode well for the next four years.

While there are no indications that Biden has directly pressured Garland, the constant mentions of the subjects to top aides and advisors, followed by media leaks, are meant to have the same effect while providing plausible deniability. They also convey a message to anyone who wants to be Garland’s possible successor of the expectations of the office that he or she hopes to assume.

When the president expresses his unhappiness to aides, they are expected to act on it. And the question is, beyond media leaks, what actions did they take to pressure Garland on the three investigations? That is the question on which Biden’s impeachment may depend.

Despite efforts to portray Biden as a disinterested party who was watching the investigations unfold without interfering with them, the Politico report shows that he was highly invested in them, closely monitoring them and sending strong signals of what he wanted to see done with them. These are evidence of obstruction of justice and a severe abuse of power.

And they cannot go unpunished.

DHS Secretary Mayorkas Impeached

Mayorkas Impeached. The GOP-controlled House impeached Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Tuesday after it rejected the effort earlier this month—making him only the second cabinet secretary in history, and the first since 1876, to be impeached. Republicans in support of impeaching Mayorkas allege he has intentionally disregarded the law and allowed migrants and drugs to enter the country. Wednesday’s hearing is titled, “Havoc in the Heartland: How Secretary Mayorkas’ Failed Leadership Has Impacted the States.” Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is at the heart of congested congressional traffic this week as House Republicans kick off their impeachment efforts against him and he remains knee-deep in negotiations with senators on a border package that has proven to be a tough lift. Mayorkas has been at the center of the GOP fury with the Biden administration’s handling of the border, which has seen month-over-month record numbers of illegal crossings. NYC Starts Blocking Migrant Buses. The city argues that knowingly sending migrants here “to overwhelm our social services system” violates New York State law, while Texas says the suit violates the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution. Migrants at shelters across New York City will be evicted starting Tuesday if they stayed for at least 60 days. Texas state Law Passes Allowing State Police to Arrest Immigrants. The Texas House passed legislation on Tuesday making it a state crime to illegally cross the southern border, empowering state and local police to arrest and in some cases deport illegal immigrants, in what the bill’s supporters claim is a response to federal inaction. Senate Bill 4 gives local and state government the authority to arrest illegal immigrants who enter Texas from Mexico between official ports of entry. Under SB 4, those who unlawfully cross the border can be charged with a state misdemeanor and face up to one year in prison. A felony charge, carrying a maximum sentence of 20 years, can be leveled if illegal immigrants are charged with additional crimes or don’t comply with a judge’s orders. The bill also authorizes state judges to deport illegal aliens to Mexico rather than pursue prosecution under federal law. After getting approval from the Texas senate last week, the latest version of SB 4 now heads to Republican governor Greg Abbott’s desk, where he is expected to sign it into law. #USImmigration #Impeachmed #Mayorkas #HouseImpeachesMayorkas #DHSSecretaryImpeached #HavocintheHeartland #ImmigrationArrest #NycMigrantCrisis #EntryBan #USCitizenship #Undocumented #USVisa #Deportation #SB4 #TexasMigrantArrest #USBorder #BorderCrisis #BorderCrossing #TrumpImmigration #RepublicansImpeachMayorkas Disclaimer: This channel is not owned by an any US Government Agency or an Immigration attorney. The contents in the channel is for informational purpose only collected from Various public domains. you may need to contact an expert immigration attorney for your specific immigration needs.

Here We Go: GOP Lawmaker Calls for 25th Amendment to Be Invoked on Joe Biden

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Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-N.Y.) has said what everyone is thinking: Joe Biden is not fit to be president of the United States, and it’s time for him to call a lid for good and retire to his taxpayer-funded walled Delaware beach house, where he can rail intemperately at aides to his heart’s content. Whether Tenney’s call will be heeded, however, is quite another matter.

Fox News reported Tenney’s statement Thursday evening, in the wake of Joe’s disastrous performance in the role of an angry old man yelling about his unimpaired competence while mixing up the presidents of Egypt and Mexico and boasting about his memory while forgetting the name of the place where he got the rosary he said he wears in memory of his late son, Beau. At least this time he didn’t tell us that Beau was killed in Iraq, as he has so many times in the past.

Tenney, according to Fox, “is calling for the Cabinet to ‘explore’ the use of the Constitution’s 25th Amendment to remove President Biden from office, following Special Counsel Robert Hur’s ‘alarming’ report.” This is about as likely as Donald Trump picking Nancy Pelosi as his running mate, but nevertheless, yes, if we had been sane and honest administration, this would already be in the works.

The 25th Amendment states:

Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.

Thus, the entire process relies upon Kamala Harris and a number of the “principal officers of the executive departments” agreeing that Old Joe is in a perpetual sundown and needs to be put out to pasture. The problem is that all those people have been appointed by Old Joe, or the people who are running things in his name. They’re not going to turn against their principal patron, who is likely still railing, in full Captain Queeg style, about his peerless abilities. 

Tenney, however, wasn’t just grandstanding. She even wrote a letter to the Biden regime’s Gestapo chief, Attorney General Merrick Garland, calling on him to turn on his master, the way Stalin’s chief enforcer, Lavrentiy Beria, turned on Uncle Joe in his last days. Tenney pointed out that “after concluding that President Biden knowingly and willfully removed, mishandled, and disclosed classified documents repeatedly over a period of decades, Mr. Hur nevertheless recommended that charges not be brought against him.” This was yet another manifestation of our two-tier “justice” system, but Tenney saw in it something even more ominous than that.

“Special Counsel's reasoning was alarming," she continued. "He recited numerous instances in which President Biden exhibited dramatically compromised mental faculties and concluded that a jury would be likely to perceive President Biden as a sympathetic and forgetful old man." She reminded Garland, the godfather of selective and politicized prosecution, that “selective prosecution is morally, ethically, and legally prohibited." We don't prosecute or decline to prosecute people based on their personalities, or on the public's anticipated perception of them. If the Special Counsel finds that the evidence forms a reasonable basis to bring charges, he must do so." 

Related: Does Old Joe Biden Even Know That He’s President?

Bringing the point home, she declared that the “Justice” Department could not “ethically bring charges against former President Trump because he has mental acuity and a forceful personality, and declined to bring charges against President Biden because of his cognitive decline." 

What’s more, Tenney said that if Biden is so cognitively impaired that he cannot stand trial, then he "most seemingly lacks the ability to execute his presidential responsibilities. Therefore, it is incumbent upon you to explore proceedings to remove the President pursuant to the 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution. President Biden needs to be charged, or he needs to be removed. There is no middle ground." 

That is absolutely true, but he will almost certainly neither be charged nor removed, because Merrick Garland is a corrupt hack who has transformed his department into a weapon of partisan vengeance rather than one that carries out the administration of impartial justice. Biden is on his side, so Biden will skate. Nonetheless, what Tenney has said is true, and should be heeded. 

Oh, and there was just one inaccuracy about the Special Counsel’s report, which called Biden a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory”: Old Joe is neither sympathetic nor well-meaning.

Hunter Biden Now Says He Will Speak To House Committees Regarding Efforts To Impeach Father

OAN’s Brooke Mallory
2:13 PM – Friday, January 12, 2024

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In an attempt to postpone a vote that could take place as soon as next week to find Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress, Hunter finally gave in on Friday and consented to testify in the House impeachment investigation concerning his father, President Joe Biden.

Hunter, 53, “raised a white flag” in a letter to Congress with help from his lawyer, Abbe Lowell.

Hunter had previously declined to partake in a deposition behind closed doors, claiming that he was afraid that his statements would be misconstrued.

“If you issue a new proper subpoena, now that there is a duly authorized impeachment inquiry, Mr. Biden will comply for a hearing or deposition. We will accept such a subpoena on Mr. Biden’s behalf,” Lowell wrote.

Following Hunter’s recent chaotic disruption of the Oversight hearing, which infuriated Republicans, the House Judiciary and Oversight committees separately decided on Wednesday to punish Hunter in contempt.

Hunter skipped the planned deposition on December 13th in favor of a confrontational statement in which he asserted that his father was not “financially involved” in making millions of dollars from his foreign business operations overseas.

The minimum sentence for contempt of Congress is 30 days in jail, however, if the full House votes in favor of the penalty, President Biden’s nominees in the Justice Department will decide whether to pursue legal action.

It was unclear on Friday if the House would continue to vote on the contempt resolution while they looked into the president’s involvement in Hunter and James Biden’s business transactions in nations like China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and even Russia.

Republicans maintain that President Biden had been involved in his son and brother’s foreign business affairs and was also profiting from them, even while serving as vice president.

Republicans have expressed that they would be happy to hold a public hearing with Hunter Biden, who frequently included his father in his foreign dealings, but only after following a deposition conducted behind closed doors by committee staff members who would go through details in order to create a record for the investigation.

In July, the first son pulled out of a probation-only plea agreement because he wanted guarantees in court that he would not be held accountable for any additional actions, such as suspected breaches of the Foreign Agents Registration Act, which could have implicated his father.

House investigators are looking into claims made by two IRS whistleblowers that Justice Department officials protected Joe and Hunter Biden during a five-year probe that was mostly concerned with Hunter’s tax evasion, in addition to the suspected influence-peddling.

In their testimony last year, IRS supervisor Gary Shapley and case agent Joseph Ziegler maintained that Attorney General Merrick Garland and other DOJ officials had misled Congress about the probe, alerted Hunter’s legal team to their investigative steps, withheld evidence and important leads, and had forbidden lines of inquiry into Joe Biden—even when communications directly implicated him.

Joe Biden’s assertions made throughout the 2020 campaign that he “never” talked business with his son or brother and his assurance last month that he “did not” communicate with any of their overseas partners are contradicted by the growing body of evidence demonstrating his involvement in the foreign connections.

Democrats also still claim that there’s no proof of corruption.

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All Hell Breaks Loose As Nancy Mace Mercilessly Insults Hunter Biden To His Face~All Hell Breaks Loose When Marjorie Taylor Greene Displays Shocking Alleged Pics From Hunter Records


Hunter Biden is 'laughing in the face' of every taxpaying American, GOP rep says

Marjorie Taylor Greene: Hunter Biden isn't a victim, he is a criminal

BREAKING: The Text of the Biden Impeachment Inquiry Resolution Has Been Released

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After months of thorough investigation and gathering damning evidence, the House GOP unveiled a resolution on Thursday to officially formalize its impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden. A full House vote is scheduled for next week.

“It’s time for the House to take the next step in the Biden impeachment investigation and adopt an impeachment inquiry resolution. The White House and multiple witnesses have repeatedly refused to cooperate with the investigation and have rejected subpoenas. "Despite this refusal, the investigation has uncovered alarming details that demand further scrutiny,” Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-N.D.) said in a statement.

“The Biden family and associates received more than $24 million from foreign nationals. Joe Biden received $200,000 from his brother, James Biden, the same day James received a $200,000 loan from a failing rural hospital operator. Joe Biden also received $40,000 in laundered Chinese money from his brother and sister-in-law. It’s become clear that the Biden family sold influence around the world using Joe Biden’s name as the product. An investigation into any jurisdiction around the country would move forward if it had these facts. A vote on an impeachment inquiry puts the House in the best position to prevail in court and uncover the truth,” Armstrong continued.

vote is likely to occur on Wednesday, Dec. 13. It seems unlikely that the House GOP would put forth this resolution without being confident that it has the votes to pass. House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) said last week that House Republicans have the votes. On Wednesday, Joe Biden angrily refused to answer a question about the impeachment inquiry or the allegations against him, simply claiming dumbly that the accusations are "lies."

The House Oversight Committee's investigations have uncovered a trove of evidence, including eyewitness testimony suggesting that Joe Biden was involved in approximately 20 business calls with Hunter Biden's partners and White House meetings during his vice presidency. There are also financial records indicating that millions were laundered through shell companies benefiting the Biden family. 

An FBI document alleges that Burisma bribed Joe and Hunter with $5 million each, supported by Devon Archer's testimony citing Joe Biden's critical role in selling the "Biden brand." More recently, the House Oversight Committee found monthly payments to Joe Biden from Hunter Biden's Owasco PC business account, which was regularly receiving money from Chinese sources.

The evidence is damning, and it's easy to see how even Republicans who were previously on the fence would have come on board in the past few weeks. As such, a full impeachment inquiry is completely justified.

For our VIPs: Why Impeaching Joe Biden Is a Smart Move

"Directing certain committees to continue their ongoing investigations as part of the existing House of Representatives inquiry into whether sufficient grounds exist for the House of Representatives to exercise its Constitutional power to impeach Joseph Biden, President of the United States of America," the resolution begins.

The mainstream media has come to Joe Biden's defense regarding a potential impeachment inquiry, falsely insisting that there is no evidence linking Joe to Hunter's foreign business dealings — and they've been schooled every time. No matter how much the media has tried to downplay the evidence against Biden, multiple polls have shown that Americans are already convinced of Biden family corruption. 

An Economist/YouGov poll found that 72% of American adults believe that Hunter Biden profited off his father’s position, including 53% of Democrats and 72% of Independents. Another poll from I&I/TIPP found that 56% of U.S. voters say that it is “likely” that Biden took bribes, while only 27% say it was “unlikely.”

You can read the entire impeachment inquiry resolution here:

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Speaker Johnson: We Have The Votes to Launch Full Impeachment Inquiry into Joe Biden

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Despite months of investigations uncovering the secrets of the Biden Crime Family, a full-fledge impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden has been in doubt, as several Republicans have expressed reluctance to move forward with an inquiry, claiming, among other things, that not enough evidence has been uncovered yet.

Well, I guess enough wobbly Republicans have become convinced by the evidence because, according to House Speaker Mike Johnson, the GOP appears to have the votes to launch a formal inquiry.

“I believe we will,” Johnson said during an interview on "Fox & Friends Weekend" on Fox News. “I suspect no Democrats will assist in this effort, but they should.”

Johnson argued that the inquiry is a "necessary step" and that he thinks it is "something we have to do at this juncture."

"Elise [Stefanik] and I both served on the impeachment defense team of Donald Trump twice when the Democrats used it for brazen, partisan political purposes," Johnson explained. "We decried that use of it. This is very different. Remember, we are the rule-of-law team. We have to do it very methodically."

   Related: Democrats Know the Evidence Against Joe Biden Is Solid

Upon winning the majority in the House, Republicans swiftly started investigating allegations of bribery and influence-peddling by Joe Biden, which has financially benefited him and his family. The House Oversight Committee has been uncovering a trove of evidence against Joe Biden over the past few months, including a network of Biden family shell companies used to launder foreign payments, an unclassified FBI document detailing how Joe Biden and his son Hunter “coerced” Burisma co-founder and CEO Mykola Zlochevsky to pay them a $10 million bribe, incriminating text messages, wire transfers from Communist China to Joe Biden's home, and so much more.

Recent polling shows that increasing numbers of Americans have become convinced that Hunter Biden and Joe Biden did something illegal in connection with Hunter’s foreign business dealings. A Fox News poll from October showed a significant increase in the percentage of people who believe Hunter Biden may have engaged in illegal activities related to his business dealings in Ukraine and China since last year, going from 39% in December 2022 to 52% now. This shift is noticeable across the political spectrum, with independents (+18 points), Democrats (+13), and Republicans (+11) all becoming more likely to suspect Hunter of criminal behavior since December of last year. Thus, an impeachment inquiry, though it may help unify Democrats behind Joe Biden, it is also a political problem for Joe Biden, as Americans are already convinced that he was involved in influence-peddling and bribery schemes. A public airing of the evidence against him may not result in his conviction by the Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate, but it could further damage Biden before the presidential election next year.

"Our three committees of jurisdiction—Judicial, Oversight, Ways and Means—have been doing an extraordinary job following the evidence where it leads," Johnson continued. "But now we're being stonewalled by the White House, because they're preventing at least two to three DOJ witnesses from coming forward—a former White House counsel, the national archives...the White House has withheld thousands of pages of evidence."

Evidence Crushes Democrats As Biden Impeachment Goes Nuclear

Join us for a crucial report as we delve into the latest developments in Washington. The House GOP has escalated actions against President Biden, presenting evidence that could spell the end of his time in office. We'll analyze the damning allegations of corruption and influence peddling that threaten to upend the Biden presidency. As mainstream media attempts to sidestep the gravity of these claims, we bring you the hard-hitting truth. Our coverage cuts through the noise, providing insights into the implications of this political upheaval. Gary Franchi unpacks the story with precision and clarity. This is a report every American needs to see.

Speaker Johnson: Joe Biden Impeachment Is Back on, Baby

Speaker Johnson: Joe Biden Impeachment Is Back on, Baby
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When Kevin McCarthy was ousted as Speaker, much of the business of the House came to a grinding halt. One of my biggest concerns with the prolonged divisive process of finding a new speaker was that we’d get a speaker who wasn’t interested in pursuing the impeachment of Joe Biden.

Well, you’ll be pleased to hear that the newly elected Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.), is ready to get the impeachment inquiry of Joe Biden rolling again.

“Joe Biden swore to the American people—both as a candidate and as president, not one time did he ever speak to his son, his brother, or anybody for that matter, about their foreign business dealings. We know that was a flat-out lie,” Hannity began. “We’ve learned from James Comer and his investigation that we’re talking about tens of millions of dollars taken in from a lot of adversarial countries, some of our top geopolitical foes—like China, Russia—Ukraine, Romania, Mexico, other countries. Tens of millions. They’ve discovered all of these shell corporations. They’ve discovered nine particular Biden family members have been paid. And then you have the issue of Joe on tape admitting that he used our money, taxpayer money, to leverage a billion dollars in loan guarantees—which was Obama administration policy—to fire a prosecutor investigating his son. Well, one of the benefits of that is his son continued to get paid for a job he admits he had no experience in at a time when he was dealing with a drug problem. What does that sound like to you?”

“That’s a pretty good recitation of the facts, and as John Adams said, ‘Facts are stubborn things,’ they’re hard to ignore. I believe the documents prove all that, as my good brother Jamie Comer often says, ‘the bank records don’t lie.’ So, we have the receipts on so much of this now,” Johnson explained to Fox News host Sean Hannity Friday, a clear reference to the evidence already uncovered by the House Oversight Committee. “It’s a real problem.”

Related: Biden Can’t Shake the Taint of Corruption Allegations

“That’s the reason that we shifted into the impeachment inquiry stage on the president himself because if, in fact, all the evidence leads to where we believe it will, that’s very likely impeachable offenses,” he added. “That’s listed as a cause for impeachment in the Constitution — bribery and other high crimes and misdemeanors. Bribery is listed there, and it looks and smells a lot like that… We’re going to follow the truth where it leads, we’re going to engage in due process because, again, we’re the rule of law party.”

Johnson also made it clear that Republicans aren’t going to rush the process as Democrats had with Trump. Democrats, determined to impeach Trump before he even took office, broke precedent in order to get two partisan impeachments on the books, if for no other reason than to taint Trump’s legacy.

“He’s been impeached forever,” Pelosi said after House Democrats impeached him over a phone call in January 2020. “They can never erase that.”

Johnson said Republicans are far more concerned about evidence.

“I know people are getting anxious and they’re getting restless and they just want somebody to be impeached,” he explained. “But that’s not — we don’t do that like the other team. We have to base it upon the evidence, and the evidence is coming together. We’ll see where it leads.”

Gaetz Says The Impeachment Inquiry For Biden Is Not A Legitimate Effort

Gaetz Says The Impeachment Inquiry For Biden Is Not A Legitimate Effort

McCarthy Ousted As Speaker Of The House After Historic Vote WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 03: Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) answers questions outside the U.S. Capitol after successfully leading a vote to remove Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) from the office of Speaker of the House October 3, 2023 in Washington, DC. McCarthy was removed by a motion to vacate, an effort led by a handful of conservative members of his own party. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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OAN’s Abril Elfi 
9:34 AM – Friday, October 6, 2023


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Representative Matt Gaetz reportedly stated that he does not believe there is a legitimate effort being put into the impeachment inquiry towards President Joe Biden. 

Gaetz (R-Fla.) appeared in a Zoom invite-only fundraiser. Video from the event, which was obtained by NBC News, showed Gaetz giving his opinion on the impeachment inquiry on the 46th president. In the video, the Republican said that he does not “believe that we are endeavoring upon a legitimate impeachment of Joe Biden.”

“They’re trying to engage in a, like, ‘forever war’ of impeachment,” said Gaetz. “And like many of our forever wars, it will drag on forever and end in a bloody draw.”

During the fundraiser, Matt Rosendale (R-Mont.) joined Gaetz in criticizing the Republicans’ impeachment investigation.

Rosendale compared Congress’ investigation into Biden to the federal indictment of the president’s son Hunter, which critics say was tainted by preferential treatment and is a “smokescreen” intended to divert attention away from more serious crimes Hunter Biden is accused of committing, such as working for foreign interests to influence United States policy. 

“I just don’t get the sense that it’s for the sake of impeachment. I think it’s for the sake of having another bad thing to say about Joe Biden,” Gaetz said.

This comes amid the race for who will be the next Speaker of the House after former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Gaetz’s and Rosendale’s words are expected to draw scrutiny as the speakership race heats up and conservative loyalties shift.

Filling the vacancy could lead to fights between conservative candidates.

Gaetz has already criticized the impeachment investigation. 

Gaetz and Rosendale have shown support for Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) in the speaker’s race. Additionally, 45th President Donald J. Trump has endorsed Jordan.

“Kevin wasn’t serious, Jim Jordan is.,”  Gaetz said. 

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