Republicans have been working overtime to ensure a big win in the House this November. House Republicans have good reason to believe they will regain the majority.
And they are not wasting time getting ready to hold Joe Biden accountable. They are already making big plans, should they take over next year.
From The Hill:
Republicans hoping to seize control of the House in November are already setting their sights on what is, for many of them, a top priority next year: impeaching President Biden…
“Congress has a duty to hold the President accountable for this and any other failures of his Constitutional responsibilities, so a new Republican majority must be prepared to aggressively conduct oversight on day one.”
Numerous House Republicans are getting ready to launch plans on impeaching Joe Biden—after the midterms.
If Republicans can flip the already narrow majority, they will have the power to start investigations against the Biden administration.
They will also have enough votes to trigger an impeachment probe and even vote on impeaching him.
Republicans have long discussed grounds for impeaching Biden. These include his deliberate neglect of the border, his failures in Afghanistan, his socialist welfare agenda, and his role in Hunter Biden’s activities.
Really, they can pick from any number of failures from this administration. The bar to impeaching a president is high, but this is the one area in which Joe excels.
Americans have long felt the Biden family is as corrupt as the Clintons. People close to Joe have used his political power to win favors, investments, and other privileges.
And there is evidence to suggest the “big man” himself has been involved in these less-than-legal dealings.
With news coming out daily about Hunter Biden’s crimes, it might not be long before the FBI announces a serious investigation.
That will give Republicans ample reason to go after Joe and perhaps the best reason to impeach him.
But it will require the support of both hardcore Republicans as well as moderates. So, the evidence has to be good and strong.
- House Republicans are discussing plans to impeach Biden, after the midterms.
- Republicans will have enough votes to investigate this administration if they retake the House.
- GOP lawmakers have pointed to numerous scandals and failures as grounds for impeachment.
Source: The Hill