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Evidence Against Biden Can’t Be Ignored As GOP Pursues Impeachment Inquiry

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House Speaker Mike Johnson has written an op-ed for USA Today, calling for an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.

The op-ed emphasizes the need for a methodical and transparent process to gather evidence and depose witnesses, highlighting the importance of following the facts to determine whether Biden abused his power as president.

Johnson notes the Republicans’ commitment to building trust through a thorough investigation. (Trending: Tucker Carlson Reveals ‘Secret’ Project He’s Been Working On For Months)

“Many of the Democrats who voted to bring impeachment charges ran congressional campaigns with a premeditated plan to impeach Donald Trump,” wrote Johnson.

“In doing so, they cheapened that solemn power and further eroded trust in our nation’s institutions,” he continued.

“House Republicans have taken the opposite approach. We will not prejudge this investigation; we will depose witnesses, gather evidence, establish a thorough record and present Articles of Impeachment only if the evidentiary record dictates such action,” promised the Speaker.

“We understand that to begin to rebuild Americans’ trust in the Congress, we owe it to the people to undertake this process methodically and transparently. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith have done exceptional work in that regard,” affirmed Johnson.

“The American people have a right to know whether the president − through his family − traded official acts for foreign dollars, whether the president is compromised and whether Joe Biden abused his power as president to impede or obstruct the investigation into Hunter Biden,” wrote the the Republican lawmaker.

Adding, “As we have done all along, House Republicans will continue to follow the facts where they lead.”

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