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 September 2, 2023

Democrats fear 'disaster' of Biden impeachment inquiry from House Republicans

Biden administration officials are concerned that a House inquiry to impeach President Joe Biden would be a disaster.

White House spokesman Ian Sams issued a statement on the potential concern after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) hinted that impeachment proceedings could come soon.

The statement

"This baseless impeachment exercise would be a disaster for congressional Republicans, and don’t take our word for it," Sams said.

He added, "... just listen to the chorus of their fellow Republicans who admit there is no evidence for their false allegations and that pursuing such a partisan stunt will ‘backfire.’”

Impeachment over government funding

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has taken a more extreme approach, stating that she will not support government funding to avoid a shutdown unless a Biden impeachment inquiry begins.

“We have to rein in the FBI,” she said. “I will not vote for money to go towards those things.”

“I will be happy to work with all my colleagues. I will work with the Speaker of the House. I will work with everyone. But I will not fund those things. And I thought it was most important for me to tell you all first, because I work for you,” Greene said to her constituents in a video posted to social media platforms. “And that’s what we have to do.”

'Imminent' inquiry

"House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer — who’s led a string of investigations into the Biden family’s business dealings — believes an impeachment inquiry into the president could be imminent," according to the New York Post.

“I think there’s consensus in our conference now that we’re gonna have to go to impeachment inquiry. Obviously, that’ll be Speaker McCarthy’s call,” Comer told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday night. “I feel like that is imminent.”

Biden's White House legal team is already working together in "war room" mode, considering all options to stop any Republican effort to remove the president.

The impeachment proceedings also come as Biden seeks a second term in what could be a rematch against former President Donald Trump.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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