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McCarthy, House Republicans’ impeachment inquiry plans: The case is strong

Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced Monday that House Republicans should launch an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden as the next logical step based on the House Committee investigations. 

House Republicans certainly have uncovered enough evidence of wrongdoing through their subpoenaing of bank records, information from whistleblowers, allegations from credible sources, and testimony from first-hand witnesses. 

Simply put, Republicans have more evidence for an impeachment probe than House Democrats did when they launched their impeachment inquiry in September 2019. 

Impeachment is inherently a political process, managed and launched by a political body, Congress. It is not the court of law, it is the court of Congress. 

Let’s not forget, recent CNN polling shows the American people agree with House Republicans: 61 percent say that Joe Biden was involved in Hunter’s business dealings, 42 percent say he acted illegally, and 55 percent say he acted inappropriately during the Justice Department probe into Hunter Biden. 

Speaker McCarthy and House Republicans will get to the bottom of it and finally start the long-awaited accountability process. 

Garrett Ventry is Republican communications and policy executive. He previously served as chief of staff to Rep. Ken Buck and senior communications adviser to the Senate Judiciary Committee and Senator Grassley.


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