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House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer is downplaying the likelihood of impeaching President Biden in a recent fundraising email to voters. He mentioned that criminal referrals would be the culmination of his ongoing impeachment inquiry and blamed Democrats for not taking action against Biden and his Homeland Security Secretary, Alejandro Mayorkas, despite evidence of alleged corruption. House Republicans voted to impeach Mayorkas over the border crisis, but the articles have not yet been sent to the Senate for further action.

Comer emphasized the Democrats’ unwillingness to hold Biden and his family accountable and questioned what they would do if Biden were impeached. He argued that criminal referrals are the best way to ensure justice is served and said that Democrats would prioritize their party over the truth. Despite ongoing investigations into Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings, it remains unlikely that the House will actually impeach President Biden, especially with the loss of a Republican vote after Rep. Mike Gallagher leaves in April.

Other GOP lawmakers have indicated that the impeachment inquiry’s primary purpose is to investigate allegations of public corruption by the Biden family. While evidence of corruption has been uncovered, the decision to pursue impeachment will depend on whether the information gathered leads to high crimes and misdemeanors. Rep. Byron Donalds clarified that the goal of the inquiry is not necessarily an impeachment vote but rather to gather all relevant information to assess the situation fully.

The political landscape surrounding the potential impeachment of President Biden remains complex, with Democrats likely to oppose any efforts to remove him from office. Despite evidence of corruption and wrongdoing, the House Republicans face challenges in achieving the necessary support to impeach Biden. The focus of the ongoing impeachment inquiry seems to be on gathering information and conducting investigations into potential public corruption rather than ensuring a swift impeachment vote.

Republicans continue to push for accountability and justice in the face of alleged corruption by the Biden family, but the path to impeachment remains uncertain given the current political dynamics in Congress. The decision on whether to impeach President Biden will hinge on the evidence gathered and whether it leads to charges of high crimes and misdemeanors. As the investigation continues, House Republicans are navigating the complexities of the impeachment process in a deeply divided political environment.

Despite the challenges and obstacles, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer is determined to pursue criminal referrals as the next step in the impeachment inquiry. He remains focused on holding the Bidens accountable and ensuring that justice is served. As the investigation unfolds and more evidence is gathered, the prospects of impeaching President Biden may become clearer, but the decision ultimately rests on the outcome of the ongoing investigations into alleged corruption and misconduct by the Biden family.

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