On Monday, Republican Tennessee Rep. Andy Ogles presented articles of impeachment against Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden.
In his first article of impeachment against Biden, Ogles charged that the vice president had used the power of the presidency to "shield the business and influence-peddling schemes of his family from congressional oversight and public accountability," as The Western Journal reported.
In his second article of impeachment, the congressman said that Biden, "contrary to his oath," had neglected to "take care that the laws be faithfully executed, directly facilitated the ongoing southern border crisis, and endangered the people of the United States."
Ogles criticized the Biden administration's Christopher Wray and Janet Yellen for allegedly refusing to give Congressmen the papers they requested as part of their oversight duties in relation to the first piece.
These records included information on several limited liability companies that were “used to funnel millions of dollars to Biden family members in intricate financial webs intended to deceive the public and obscure sources of those funds,” Ogles wrote.
They also included bank suspicious activity reports relating to the Biden family.
The legislator also brought up a purported bribery plan between Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, that was allegedly detailed in a document called an FD-1023 that was only last week made accessible to members of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee.
According to Fox News, the FBI created the paper after speaking with a "highly credible" source who said that Biden and his son each got $5 million from the Ukrainian oil business Burisma.
In his article of impeachment, Ogles said that in 2016, then-Vice President Biden urged the dismissal of Viktor Shokin, a Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating into wrongdoing at Burisma, or Ukraine would forfeit $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees.
In 2018, Biden boasted to a gathering of the Council on Foreign Relations, "Well, son of a b****, he got fired."
At the time, Hunter was paid more than $80,000 a month to serve on the Burisma board of directors.
Ogles said that the number of persons entering the country illegally each month is at its greatest level ever recorded in the United States and that Biden has refused to uphold the country's immigration rules.
“Since the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, the number of monthly ‘encounters’ had never crossed the 200,000 threshold; the Biden administration is responsible for the 6 highest and 8 of the 10 highest months ever recorded.”
Data from Customs and Border Patrol shows that over 1.4 million illegal migrants have been apprehended this fiscal year as of April.