Conservatives are wondering what it will take for the Republican majority in the House of Representatives to impeach Joe Biden.
The piles of evidence of Joe Biden’s corruption grow taller every day.
And Kevin McCarthy hit Joe Biden with an impeachment curveball that Biden never saw coming.
When Republicans return from summer recess, the question of impeaching Joe Biden hangs over the conference.
Congressional investigations found Joe Biden used fake names on 5,400 emails to pass government business off to Hunter Biden, bank records showing the Biden family raked in $21 million from foreign oligarchs during Biden’s time as Vice President, and the existence of a FBI form FD-1023, which contains credible allegations the founder of Burisma paid then-Vice President Joe Biden and Hunter Biden a $5 million bribe each in exchange for policy favors.
The open question is what next step Republicans will take.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said in an exclusive interview with Breitbart that opening any impeachment inquiry would require the full vote of the House of Representatives.
“To open an impeachment inquiry is a serious matter, and House Republicans would not take it lightly or use it for political purposes. The American people deserve to be heard on this matter through their elected representatives,” McCarthy said in an interview with Breitbart News. “That’s why, if we move forward with an impeachment inquiry, it would occur through a vote on the floor of the People’s House and not through a declaration by one person.”
Speaker McCarthy hoped this would come across as Republicans running a fair process as opposed to then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi just declaring an impeachment inquiry without requiring a vote.
Pelosi shrugged off critics who claimed she violated the Constitution due to the fact she wanted to protect Democrat members representing Trump districts from taking a tough vote.
But McCarthy may have an uglier motive for this move.
Congress will also face a government funding fight this fall.
And McCarthy wants to pass a short-term funding bill that doesn’t cut spending and allows Joe Biden’s socialist agenda to proceed full steam ahead.
McCarthy saying that opening an impeachment inquiry will require 218 votes in the House could be his way of strong-arming conservatives into accepting his spending sellout or else McCarthy will not help round up the votes for an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.