Maria Bartiromo called for Congress to move on impeaching Joe Biden from office. She recently spoke with U.S. Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC) who noted that Joe Biden will go down as “one of the most politically corrupt presidents” in U.S. history.
Bartiromo started by asking Mace for her thoughts on the Hunter Biden situation. Hunter had his sweetheart plea deal fall apart at the last minute. This has many breathing a sigh of relief as the deal to many appeared to be a slap in the face to the American people. Hunter is still under investigation in relation to the charges and the deal would have immunized him from further charges in relation.
Mace shared that former Biden associate, Devon Archer is set to testify before Congress about allegedly illegal deals he was involved with that included Hunter and Joe Biden. Mace added that everything Joe has said about his son’s business dealings has turned out to be a lie.
Bartiromo then played a montage of GOP House members alluding to impeachment with all of the evidence against Joe “piling up”. She then asked Mace what she thinks the timeline would be on impeachment.
Mace declined to provide any timeline but added that an impeachment inquiry would give House GOP more leverage while they dig for more on the Biden family’s potentially criminal activity.
The conversation then turned to the apparent hypocrisy of the DOJ in the non-stop pursuit of former President Donald Trump in contrast to how they have handled the investigations into Joe and his family.
“This will go down as one of the most politically corrupt families in U.S history,” Mace declared, basing her analysis on all of the evidence she has seen. The conversation then changed to the topic of the UFO whistleblower.
House GOP members continue to press forward in digging for more on the Biden family business dealings. They as they push forward they claim to have found a mountain of evidence of potentially criminal activity.
Many Americans want to know when they will move to hold Joe and his family accountable, when will an impeachment inquiry begin?