(PartiallyPolitics.com) – On Saturday Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene stated that Congress should avoid rushing President Joe Biden’s impeachment vote and that instead, they should have an impeachment inquiry vote.
Greene has been one of the most vocal advocates in favor of Biden getting impeached especially following the increasing pressure for an indictment. Greene had introduced her original impeachment article against Biden in January 2021 on the first day that the President took office. Since then out of the nine resolutions she has sponsored more than half and was the one to introduce the first resolution in the 118th Congress in May.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has been more willing to pursue an impeachment against Biden following the increase in the calls for the President to be impeached. In July he told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that the House Republicans investigation into President Biden was getting to the “level of impeachment inquiry.” In August he argued that an impeachment would be the “natural” next step following the investigation.
On Saturday in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Greene warned that the impeachment vote should not be rushed and that the country deserved to have Congress first hold an impeachment inquiry vote. She added that the committee’s work has so far shown that Biden has lied to Americans and that he was not only aware but also involved in his son’s, Hunter Biden, business deals. She added that statements and bank reports have also shown that the Biden family has received millions from foreign countries and that Joe Biden was the brand being sold.
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