GOP Leader Tells Biden Something He Really Didn’t Want To Hear
In a bold move, Republican Representative Jim Banks of Indiana is calling for the impeachment of President Joe Biden in addition to expunging former President Donald Trump’s political impeachments.
In an interview on Breitbart News Saturday, Banks pointed to the release of an FBI document which showed that Ukrainian officials said they were able to pay money to the Bidens to achieve certain objectives.
“We already knew that [the] Bidens are the most corrupt family ever to live in the White House,” he said. “But what we saw more of this week is more proof and more evidence.”
Banks added that it is clear what Republicans must do, saying that “it’s time to impeach him. The evidence was already there, but this is further evidence that this is the type of high crimes and misdemeanors that should prevent this man from serving any day longer in the White House than what he already has.”
The Congressman also called for the expungement of former President Donald Trump’s political impeachments, saying “at the same time that we impeach Joe Biden, it’s also time to expunge the fake impeachment against Donald J. Trump at the same time as well.”
He further argued that “evidence this week proves that they impeached Donald Trump because he was right.”
When asked if legislation offered by Reps. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), which would essentially expunge Trump’s impeachments, will move forward, Banks made clear that he views “the efforts as completely warranted.”
In conclusion, Banks emphasized that Republicans need to take action, saying that “It’s staring us in the face, so I don’t know what the timing will be. To me it can’t come soon enough. Our country is — has been so badly ransacked by these left wing radicals who own the Biden administration, and we can’t let him get away with any more of it.”
As the Biden administration continues to be plagued by allegations of corruption, Republicans are pushing for an immediate response. Whether or not they will be successful remains to be seen.