Congressman James Comer (R-KY) has prepared and signed about two dozen subpoenas for members of the Biden crime family. As chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Comer had subpoenaed James and Hunter Biden’s bank records back in September, and the Bidens complied with that. This new round of subpoenas, however, will require the Bidens to come in and testify before Congress about their global bribery and pay-to-play scheme.
In addition to James and Hunter Biden, former business partners like Rob Walker and Tony Bobulinski and other Biden family members have been subpoenaed. It will be interesting to see which ones plead the Fifth Amendment and refuse to answer any questions.
The subpoenas are just the latest example of Republicans slow-walking any investigation or possible impeachment of Joe Biden. When Democrats took control of the House of Representatives in 2018, they had already begun their first impeachment of Donald Trump, which was based on completely fabricated evidence of a non-crime (the Ukraine hoax).
The GOP has been in control of the House for the past 10 months and it doesn’t feel like they’re even vaguely close to impeaching Joe Biden. This is despite the mountains of evidence proving that the Biden family sold access to Joe Biden when he was Obama’s vice president. In exchange for bribes totaling more than $50 million, according to Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC), Joe Biden subverted American foreign policy in favor of hostile foreign nations like China and Ukraine.
The bank records prove that Joe and Jill Biden directly profited from these schemes. There is more than enough evidence to have already impeached Joe Biden. Republicans can’t seem to connect the dots between their cowardice and inaction and the shellacking that they took on Tuesday’s elections. The voters simply don’t trust them to carry out the will of the people.
Will they ever get around to impeaching Joe Biden for his crimes, or will Republicans simply keep sending out fundraising letters every time they uncover a new piece of damning evidence?