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Fox News Host Sounds the Alarming on ‘Failing’ Biden Impeachment

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Tomi Lahren declared the Republican-led impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden as dead in the water, suggesting that Republicans should focus on attacking Biden’s policies for the upcoming election.

Lahren expressed concerns about the optics of the inquiry, stating that it may appear as though Republicans are targeting someone with addiction issues, as framed by the media.

Despite ongoing investigations and testimonies, including Hunter Biden’s recent deposition denying any wrongdoing by Joe Biden, some Democrats believe the inquiry has effectively ended.

“I gotta say, as somebody who does believe there’s plenty of evidence here, I think that this has failed optically for Republicans,” Lahren said. “And they’ve done good work—obviously Jim Jordan, Comer have done great work on this.”

Despite that, “optically, it does make it seem as though they’re beating up on someone with addiction issues,” she said. “That’s exactly what the media wanted it to look like. That’s how they framed it. And unfortunately, that’s what’s coming to fruition.”

“So I would encourage Republicans—I know you want to get to the bottom of this—but let’s focus on the election,” she said. “Let’s focus on the failed policies of Joe Biden.”

Republicans, however, continue to search for incriminating evidence, indicating a persistence in the investigation.

“That’s all she wrote folks. Even crazy Tomi Lahren thinks this thing is over,” Rep. Eric Swalwell said.

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