The House Speaker, Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), has announced intentions for a vote on opening an impeachment investigation into President Biden, raising the political fervor. McCarthy plans to conduct the vote in September, igniting discussions all throughout the country.
Comer said to Newsmax that the impeachment process would make it easier to collect material from federal organizations like the National Archives and the Internal Revenue Service, which have been refractory to providing access to vice presidential records, bank statements, and other crucial documents.
“They realized that we need this tool to be able to win in court because that’s where we’re headed,” Comer added. “We’ve just about picked all the low-hanging fruit.”
As a guest on NEWSMAX, Congressman Comer emphasized that documents discovered through his subpoenas show that the Bidens and their associates have received over $20 million in payments from foreign organizations. The American people, he insisted, need to know the truth, and he vowed to keep looking for proof and being open.
The Democratic Pennsylvania senator John Fetterman told reporters on Capital Hill, “Go ahead. Do it, I dare you.” “If you can find the votes, go ahead, because you’re going to lose. It’s a loser.
“It would just be like a big circle jerk on the fringe right,” said Fetterman.
Impeachment starts in the House of Representatives. A majority vote is needed to carry the impeachment to the Senate. In the Senate, a two-thirds majority vote is necessary for the President’s removal from office. The stakes are high and the process is cumbersome.
However, the White House has dismissed these calls as being political in nature and have declared that they are ready to oppose any proceedings. Additionally, The White House says they have set up a “war room” to respond to the expected impeachment inquiry.
President Biden’s approval rating has dropped to 39 percent, according to the latest CNN poll. While 39 percent approve of Biden’s job performance as president, 61 percent disapprove. This is the lowest rating CNN recorded for Biden this year, down from 41 percent in July and 45 percent in January.
Molly K Ottman Executive Editor/Journalist for Mountain Daily Star