Representative Jordan Steps Up in the Biden Impeachment Case

On Monday, Representative Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) posted a lengthy justification on social media for his impeachment of President Joe Biden, citing “money, influence, and protecting the Biden family brand.”

The FBI informant at the heart of the Republican Party’s accusations against the president was indicted, but Jordan dismissed this, saying the source’s detention “doesn’t change the fundamental facts.”

Alexander Smirnov was charged by the Justice Department with fabricating information on the Bidens. One of his main claims, which formed the basis of the GOP’s impeachment investigation of the president, was that the then-vice president and his son Hunter had each accepted a $5 million bribe.

Jordan, meanwhile, has maintained that the impeachment investigation is unaffected by Smirnov’s situation.

The chair of the House Judiciary Committee announced in a new post that, between 2014 and April 25, 2019, “the day Joe Biden announced his candidacy for President, Biden family members received approximately $15 million from foreign entities” — “done through a complex series of transactions involving over 20 different companies.”

As old as time itself, according to Jordan’s writing. “A representative of the government acts. His family gains from his move. And then there’s a cover-up when inquiries are made. For President Joe Biden, the narrative revolves around finances, power, and preserving the Biden family name.”

He continued: “Polling, not to mention common sense, strongly suggest that if Americans had been given the truth about the laptop and the Biden family influence peddling operation, the outcome of the 2020 presidential election would have been different.”

Jordan has already stated that he anticipates finding out quickly whether there is sufficient proof to file articles of impeachment against the president.

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