Articles of impeachment aimed at President Biden as part of a privileged resolution will be introduced by Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) in the next few days.
Greene is going to introduce impeachment articles against President Biden, bypassing the standard procedure for presenting measures for a vote in the entirety of the House and overriding the power of the House GOP leadership to decide what is being brought to the House floor.
Republicans in the House are going to have to vote on the impeachment because of Greene’s resolution.
Greene told Breitbart News, “I have no idea what it will take to convince them to understand what idiots Republicans are looking like in Congress for not pushing forward on impeachment.”
“Joe Biden is really a criminal,” she stated. “And he broke the law when he was serving as vice president of the U.S. He carried out high-level offenses as well as misdemeanors.”
“Through our research, the Oversight Committee now knows that he accepted a $5 million payment from a Ukrainian tycoon to oust Victor Shokin, the attorney who was looking into Burisma.”
“We have financial document after financial document after financial document revealing that funds were wire transferred in, from all kinds of nations around the globe, from all kinds of foreigners, as well as companies, and even state governments into this fake LLC, paying it to the Biden family members,” Greene added.
She answered, “Everyone is well aware of this. But for whatever reason, the GOP in Congress are unable to even begin the impeachment procedure. At this time, they are unable to even start.”
According to Greene, the measure that received the most views on Congress.gov this week was her privileged resolution, which was posted there.
Nevertheless, Greene said that the Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee are opposed to the impeachment campaign, in spite of the grassroots enthusiasm for the measure.
“Everyone is aware that Joe Biden truly is a criminal, but the Republicans will not pursue his impeachment anywhere in the judiciary because, well, you know, you know exactly what it is? Ken Buck and Tom McClintock, two Republicans who are members of the Judiciary Committee, have stated that they will not vote to impeach.”
She stated, “Today, I addressed the whole Republican conference and informed them that I could not disagree with them anymore on their position on an impeachment since leadership is entirely against it. They simply have not arrived yet. And I informed all of them that I totally disagreed with them.”
Greene’s disagreement with the leadership of the House doesn’t appear to have any negative effects on their relationship. She stated to Breitbart News that she intended to maintain open lines for communication in an effort to influence leadership.
Greene declared, “I back our leadership. I am a fan of Kevin McCarthy, too. I have always backed him and I will keep on doing so. But before I present my privilege resolution, I will talk with Kevin McCarthy as well as the other members of the leadership.”
This week, Greene’s proposal may be prepared for a vote. She told Breitbart News that if the legislation wording is not completed by then, it will be voted on after Congress members return to DC, in a couple of weeks.