Despite months of investigations uncovering the secrets of the Biden Crime Family, a full-fledge impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden has been in doubt, as several Republicans have expressed reluctance to move forward with an inquiry, claiming, among other things, that not enough evidence has been uncovered yet.
Well, I guess enough wobbly Republicans have become convinced by the evidence because, according to House Speaker Mike Johnson, the GOP appears to have the votes to launch a formal inquiry.
“I believe we will,” Johnson said during an interview on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Fox News. “I suspect no Democrats will assist in this effort, but they should.”
Johnson argued that the inquiry is a “necessary step” and that he thinks it is “something we have to do at this juncture.”
“Elise [Stefanik] and I both served on the impeachment defense team of Donald Trump twice when the Democrats used it for brazen, partisan political purposes,” Johnson explained. “We decried that use of it. This is very different. Remember, we are the rule-of-law team. We have to do it very methodically.”
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