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Biden Impeachment Shocker

Republican Representative Don Bacon of Nebraska mentioned on a recent “Meet The Press” interview on NBC News that the House Republicans’ impeachment investigation into President Biden might be approaching its end. Bacon, having consulted with lawyers leading the inquiry, revealed that so far, no specific criminal activity has been identified that would constitute a “high crime or misdemeanor.”

While Bacon acknowledged the investigation’s importance in bringing facts to public attention, he admitted that the findings did not rise to the level of impeachable offenses. When questioned about the potential termination of the probe, he expressed uncertainty about the exact timing but noted the investigation seemed close to concluding.

The House Republican’s effort to solidify their allegations against President Biden, particularly concerning his and his son Hunter’s foreign business engagements, has seen dwindling momentum, with internal party skepticism growing over the lack of incriminating evidence.

Despite the lack of substantial findings, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) extended an invitation to President Biden to testify, an act White House oversight and investigations spokesperson Ian Sams criticized as a futile gesture in what he termed a concluded impeachment effort. Sams suggested that it might be time for Comer to end the investigation.


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