The House has been in recess since last Thursday morning and isn't scheduled to reconvene again for SIX WEEKS... on Tuesday, September 12. But in light of Monday's incriminating testimony from Hunter's ex-business partner, at least five GOP Reps reportedly want Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) to call the House back into session and begin an impeachment inquiry on Joe immediately.
Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution includes the Impeachment Clause, which reads: The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.
Bribery allegations are at the heart of the House Oversight Committee's investigation into the "Biden Crime Family." Among the many accusations against Joe and Hunter, the most serious involves alleged payments of $5 million to each of them from an official at the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
House Republicans say they've found evidence the Biden's received that money for pressuring Ukraine's government to fire an investigator looking into possible corruption at Burisma. At that time, Hunter served on the company's board.
At least five GOP House members reportedly want the Speaker to call the Lower Chamber back into session to begin an immediate impeachment inquiry on Joe. If the allegations are true, the crime of bribery definitely rises to the level of impeachment.
The question for this week's QuickPoll is whether or not you think the Speaker should call the House back into session IMMEDIATELY to start an impeachment inquiry? Or should McCarthy wait until after the August recess for the GOP to continue investigating Joe and Hunter?
+ + Should McCarthy Reconvene The House For An Impeachment Inquiry Now: Yes Or No?
Remember, Democrats impeached President Trump over a phone call asking about corruption in Ukraine! Republicans control the House now, which has the sole power of impeachment. That's why a handful of GOP Reps are calling on McCarthy for immediate action on an inquiry.
McCarthy is on record saying he wants Congress to have "the strongest power to get the rest of the knowledge and information needed" before launching an impeachment inquiry against Joe. After yesterday's testimony by Hunter's ex-business partner, do you think there's already enough evidence?
If you haven't yet, please vote in our one-question "Inquiry Now?" QuickPoll above. After making your voice heard, we invite you to forward this message to your friends and family members. When Grassfire receives 10,000 votes, we'll present the results to GOP leadership. Thanks, in advance, for taking action.
Standing for life, liberty and limited government,
The Grassfire Team
P.S. Please note that our QuickPolls are not scientific, nor are they meant to endorse a specific candidate or position. They're for informational purposes only.
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