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Establishment House Republicans Oppose Impeaching Biden

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Although Republicans have taken the House majority, RINOs are determined to impede any efforts to impeach Joe Biden.

Many establishment House Republicans stated impeaching Biden isn’t a good idea. 

So, should we continue allowing the Biden regime’s anti-America agenda to destroy the country?

“We shouldn’t even be talking about that, Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) told Politico.

“There’s so many problems we’ve got to deal with on the policy front … I don’t like the fact that that’s even being discussed,” Fitzpatrick complained.

Breitbart reported:

Rep. Don Bacon (R-NE), who won his reelection by about three points, said impeaching Joe Biden, like Democrats impeached former President Donald Trump for a “perfect phone call,” is not appealing to independents.

“I want to warn our colleagues: There may be some activists in our party that want impeachment. But I can tell you that the swing voters and the independent voters don’t. …We change leadership by elections, impeachment is the outlier,” Bacon said.

Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) echoed the establishment House members’ opposition. Cole won his district by about 30 points. “The failure to win the Senate hurts a lot, and I think, to be honest, the margin does make a difference. A lot of the people that put us in the majority are from relatively moderate seats. I would hate to put them in that position unless there was an overwhelming reason to” impeach, Cole said.

In the past two years, nine articles of impeachment of been filed against Biden. Reasons for impeachment range from selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to foreign nations, the open southern border, pandemic overreach, and the deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Rep. Jim Banks (R-ID), a conservative fighter in the House, stated in September that Republicans will investigate Biden, which will lead Republicans to an “appropriate conclusion” of whether to impeach Biden.

“When we get control, we need to launch investigations and let that lead us to the appropriate conclusion and repercussions,” Banks told Axios.

Likely House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy also told Axios before the midterm election he was only focused on winning back the House from Rep. Nancy Pelosi. “We just put out the Commitment to America, that’s what we’re focused on,” he said.

As NBC News noted, House Republicans plan to use their newfound majority to launch investigations into Joe Biden.

Although House Republicans will still face a Democratic White House and Senate aimed at blocking their legislative aims, McCarthy — who is working feverishly to cement his ascension to speaker despite growing discontent in his ranks — has already made it clear the party plans to launch investigations into the Biden administration and at least one of the president’s family members.

But McCarthy and other leaders will have their hands full as they try to keep their wafer-thin majority united and corral conservative bomb throwers who are clamoring to shut down the government and impeach President Joe Biden and his top allies.

“The era of one-party Democrat rule in Washington is over. Washington now has a check and balance. The American people have a say in their government,” McCarthy, flanked by his new leadership team, said Tuesday after he won his race to be the party’s nominee for speaker.

House Oversight Chair Rep. James Comer officially launched an investigation into Joe and Hunter Hunter Biden.

Rep. Comer stated the basis of the investigation is based on the question “Was Joe Biden directly involved with Hunter Biden’s business deals and is he compromised? That’s our investigation.”


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