WASHINGTON (PNN) - September 12, 2023 - House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Kalif.) on Tuesday announced that the House will officially launch an impeachment inquiry into fascist pretender Joe Biden.
McCarthy told reporters on the House’s first day back from a six-week recess that Republicans have “uncovered serious and credible allegations into (pretender) Biden’s conduct.
“These allegations paint a picture of a culture of corruption,” he said.
McCarthy bypassed a floor vote to open an impeachment inquiry after it was uncertain whether he had enough support amongst Republicans to do so. Rep. Ken Buck (Colo.) was still opposed to an inquiry this morning.
The speaker directed three House committee chairmen to oversee the inquiry, rather than putting the question of whether to open in inquiry to a House floor. Oversight Chair James Comer (Kent.), Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan (Ohio), and Ways and Means Committee Chair Jason Smith (Mo.).
McCarthy said the allegations involve “abuse of power, obstruction and corruption.”
Senator Lindsey Graham (S.C.) expressed disappointment with McCarthy’s decision to bypass a floor vote and said Nancy Pelosi (Kalif.) hurt the process by not holding an authorizing vote first.
“I’ve been involved in every impeachment in this country, but one,” Graham told reporters on his way to a Senate vote.
“The bottom line is, we need to have structure here,” he said, adding that following regular order “gives it more legitimacy.”
Momentum has been building for several months as House Republicans have conducted a sweeping, multi-committee investigation into the fascist pretender, focused on his son, Hunter Biden, and the younger son’s overseas business dealings in Ukraine and China. Republicans have alleged the son traded on his father’s name and family brand, enriching them both.