House GOP Prepares to Impeach Biden

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( – On Wednesday, Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) stated that he fully supported the impeachment inquiry into President Biden and his family’s foreign business activities, and has called for more witnesses to be brought in for interview under oath as the investigation is at “an inflection point.”

Former Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), who was ousted from his position last month, was the one to launch the impeachment inquiry.

Last week, a Washington Post report noted that the new Speaker had privately stated that there was not enough evidence yet to support the initiation of the impeachment proceedings. This report caused a lot of backlash from the right.

Johnson stated that on Wednesday he had received the most recent update on the impeachment inquiry from the three committee chairs tasked with handling the impeachment inquiry, Oversight and Accountability Committee Chair James Comer (R-Ky.), Ways and Means Committee Chair Jason Smith (R-Mo.) and Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio).

Johnson argued that at this stage the inquiry has shown that the President’s family has conducted business corruptly and that President Biden and White House officials have repeatedly lied about the President’s level of involvement in his family’s business activities. They have also found that foreign adversaries had paid millions of dollars to shell companies that were controlled by Biden family members, including the President’s brother and son, as well as many of their business adversaries.

As he argued, the next appropriate step would be to have the key witnesses testify under oath in order to fill any gaps that exist in the record currently.

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