Impeachment Inquiry Against President Biden ‘Imminent,’ Says House Oversight Chair James Comer

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James Comer, the Republican Chair of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, recently told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that an impeachment inquiry targeting President Joe Biden is likely on the verge of being initiated. Comer, who has been at the forefront of investigating the Biden family’s international business activities, suggested that a vote to commence an impeachment inquiry is probably imminent.

“There’s consensus in our conference now that we are going to have to go to the impeachment inquiry,” Comer said. “Obviously, that will be Speaker McCarthy’s call, but I feel like we’re there now, Sean. I feel like that is imminent.”

While the Biden administration has maintained that the President had no involvement or knowledge of his son Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings, House Republicans, led by Comer, argue that the evidence tells a different story.

“I am here to tell you, Sean, Joe Biden was front and center,” Comer said. “He met with every one of these people that he claimed he never met with, that he never spoke to, and we are putting together the timeline where Hunter Biden was traveling to many of these countries on Air Force Two while Joe Biden was vice president.”

The Oversight Committee has officially asked the National Archives to release records that could clarify when and where Hunter Biden had access to Air Force Two. This request comes in the wake of reports indicating that Hunter Biden joined his father on multiple international trips aboard the Vice President’s plane.

Several Republican House members, including Rep. Greg Steube of Florida and Rep. Andy Ogles of Tennessee, have already taken steps to impeach President Biden.

“It’s long past time to impeach Joe Biden,” Steube said in a statement earlier this month. “He has undermined the integrity of his office, brought disrepute on the Presidency, betrayed his trust as President, and acted in a manner subversive of the rule of law and justice at the expense of America’s citizens.”

South Carolina Rep. Ralph Norman also weighed in, praising Comer’s investigative work and urging action. “I don’t know what more people need,” he told Just the News. “Now’s the time. If not now, when?”

Norman added, “Since Republicans have taken over James Comer has done a great job of exposing – not hearsay, not innuendo, not anecdotal evidence – but direct evidence that links the leader of the free world, Joe Biden, and his son, Hunter, to a money laundering scheme.”