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How James Comer keeps the Biden impeachment dream alive

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How James Comer keeps the Biden impeachment dream alive



Last May, before the formal inquiry was underway, House Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) joined Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) in elevating an accusation of bribery against President and Hunter Biden. There was no evidence for the claim and some evidence against it; last month, the person who made the accusation was charged by the Justice Department with lying about it.

But most of the effort led by Comer focused on trying to show that Joe Biden was involved in his son’s business. Last week, Hunter Biden himself testified behind closed doors and, according to a transcript, deflected the allegations one by one. Comer’s entirely circumstantial case withered even further.

This is a problem. Republicans and Comer in particular have convinced Republican voters that their investigation has been successful and found real problems. But they haven’t, as numerous members of Congress have pointed out, meaning that the chances of actually impeaching Biden are withering, too.

So Comer is doing what is done when a hustle is collapsing: He’s doubling down, appearing on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show to reassure Fox viewers that all was well with the effort to hold the president to account. (It is not surprising that Hannity should host such an effort; he was an early investor in this political pyramid scheme and he’s as eager as anyone to keep it moving forward.) His argument? Hunter Biden slipped up, and Republicans are ready to pounce. 

Perhaps Comer doubling down ON LIES will work, like it has with posters here who are immune to FACTS and just keep repeating debunked LIES.

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It’s on life support at this stage. 


Newsmax host Rob Finnerty pressed Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) on the House GOP impeachment probe into President Biden, repeatedly asking him if a vote on impeaching Biden would be put up for a vote on the floor. 



“So, is this moving? Again, seven and a half months to go until the election … is impeachment the next step? Are you going to hold a vote on the House floor?” Finnerty asked Jordan during an appearance on his show Wednesday morning.


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"I believe that the best path to accountability is criminal referrals" -- Rep. James Comer saying that House Republicans will not impeach Biden after all and instead will opt for criminal referrals. 

Comer finally throwing in the towel, cause the Smirnov indictment made his case go POOF just like I said, and gnat boy denied.

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