White House Doesn’t Want Joe Biden Impeached: ‘Would Be a Disaster’

White House Doesn't Want Joe Biden Impeached: 'Would Be a Disaster'

This week, information about 5,400 emails and documents connected to Biden’s email aliases in the National Archives came to light. The White House-controlled Archives will not reveal the information in those emails and documents.

White House Doesn’t Want Joe Biden Impeached: ‘Would Be a Disaster’

Members of the Biden administration oppose President Joe Biden’s impeachment, saying it “would be a disaster” for Republicans if they mustered the confidence to launch an impeachment investigation.

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An impeachment investigation, which does not require a vote by the entire House, would provide lawmakers special authority to compel appropriate information in their Biden family investigation.

This week, White House spokesman Ian Sams released a statement to aid Republicans in keeping control of the House. Sams claimed that an “impeachment exercise” would backfire on Republicans, pointing to a few House Republicans who could oppose a quick impeachment with an inquiry.

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He stated, “This baseless impeachment exercise would be a disaster for congressional Republicans, and don’t take our word for it: just listen to the chorus of their fellow Republicans who admit there is no evidence for their false allegations and that pursuing such a partisan stunt will ‘backfire,'” he said.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) states an impeachment investigation could begin as early as late September.

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McCarthy argues that an impeachment investigation would be useful in providing answers to the issues the White House persistently refuses to address.

McCarthy highlighted on Sunday, “There’s a lot of questions still. And to be able to get the answers to these questions, you would need an impeachment inquiry to empower Congress, Republicans, and Democrats to be able to get the answers that the American people deserve to know.”

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While some Republican members have not vowed to look into Biden despite the accusations, they appear to be Representatives Don Bacon (R-NE), Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Mike Lawler (R-NY), and Ken Buck (R-CO).

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) told Breitbart News, “I don’t know how anybody will take us seriously if we can’t vote on impeachment inquiry. If you can’t vote for impeachment on Joe Biden, then how can you dare even to claim you’re willing to drain the swamp? You’re not!”

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Greene enquired, “Members like Ken Buck — he wrote the book Drain the Swamp… if you can’t be there for impeachment on Joe Biden after all the damning information that is coming out and continues to come, then what do you think draining the swamp actually means?”

She further added, “They either should step down from the Judiciary Committee or remove themselves because they’re standing in the way of real justice for the American people,”

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