McConnell Jumps On Biden’s Bandwagon

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( – On Tuesday Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., stated that he was against the impeachment of President Joe Biden as it would have a negative effect on the country.
House Republicans have been pushing the possibility of opening an impeachment inquiry into Biden, especially following the recent evidence and allegations about his involvement in bribing schemes.

In an interview with The New York Times, McConnell argued that two years ago there were two impeachments against former President Donald Trump. He argued that once they start down this road then the other side is going to follow along. He added that impeachments are not supposed to be common and that it would not be “good for the country” if Biden was impeached.

Prior to the fall recess, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., had stated that the House Republicans’ investigation into the Biden family had reached the point of possibly becoming an “impeachment inquiry.” On Monday, he had also pushed for Joe Biden to provide access to his bank statements as proof that he had not been involved in his son’s, Hunter Biden, business endeavors.

In an interview with Fox News, McCarthy had argued that there was “enough proof” and that what the Biden family needed to do was show the evidence that they were not involved in a “pay-to-play.’

Many House Republicans, including Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Lauren Boebert have also pushed for an impeachment inquiry to be opened against Biden. However, they have claimed that the impeachment inquiries should not only relate to the House Republicans’ investigations but also to his mismanagement of the southern border crisis.

On July 25, Greene had told Newsmax that because of the 10-seat House majority, they did not have the necessary votes to impeach Biden.

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