On "Hannity" last night, Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) went on... and on.. and on about Joe's alleged corruption and the ongoing House investigations trying to expose the truth. For almost nine minutes, he laid out example after example of the family's influence peddling when Joe was vice president.

"We have people from the IRS [who] came forth with information," McCarthy explained. "We've had informants -- that the FBI pays -- who came and said that they think it's 'pay to play' with the Bidens. We've now found that the Biden family created 20 shell companies while he was vice president. That he received 16 of 17 payments from Romania while he was vice president."

But when Sean Hannity gave McCarthy the opportunity to commit the House to launching an impeachment inquiry, the Speaker balked. "We will continue to follow the information wherever it takes us and provide it to the American public," he said, "and follow through on our constitutional authority."

Why is it taking McCarthy so long to call for something that he and most Republicans in the House already support? In yesterday's "Impeachment Inquiry Update," we told you about GOP Reps saying that a "preponderance of evidence" is "piling up" against Joe. What is the Speaker waiting for?

Grassfire wants to know what our team members think about McCarthy's hesitation to take the next step. Let us know by participating in our "Inquiry Now?" QuickPoll to make your voice heard. See below to vote "Yes!" or "No!" now. Thanks, in advance, for taking action today.

Standing for life, liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

Monday morning:

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, says "the evidence is piling up" against Joe for an impeachment inquiry. Another GOP Rep said on Friday the House is "above a preponderance of the evidence that the Biden family is corrupt, including Joe Biden."

Two weeks ago, Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said House investigations are "rising to the level of impeachment inquiry, which provides Congress the strongest power to get the rest of the knowledge and information needed." In light of the increasing evidence, what is he waiting for?

Reportedly, at least five GOP Reps "are calling for an emergency return from the August recess to get the impeachment process rolling." But, so far, the Speaker has resisted reconvening the House to fully expose any and all of Joe's and his family's possible crimes.

Last week, Grassfire launched the "Inquiry Now?" QuickPoll to find out if our team members think the Speaker should call the House back into session IMMEDIATELY to start an impeachment inquiry. Please let us know what you think by voting now.

Click here or on the "YES!" image below if you want McCarthy to RECONVENE the House and launch an IMMEDIATE impeachment inquiry for Joe. Click here or on the "NO!" image below if you want the GOP to wait and keep investigating. Please vote now in our "Inquiry Now?" QuickPoll:


+ + Should McCarthy Reconvene The House For An Impeachment Inquiry Now: Yes Or No?

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 House committee investigations into the "Biden Crime Family." Democrats impeached President Trump over a phone call in which he simply asked about possible corruption in Ukraine! Republicans now control the House, which has the sole power of impeachment.

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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