Representative Marjorie Greene (R-Ga.) Said Thursday she had filed articles of impeachment against President BidenJoe BidenKyle Rittenhouse: No Money Exchanged for Tucker Carlson Interview, Documentary Series Overnight Energy & Environment – Biden to Release 50 Million Barrels from On The Money Oil Reserve – Biden: America Should “Get” be based “on the prices PLUS, just one day after taking the oath.
The text of Greene’s impeachment articles specifying impeachment offenses committed by Biden was not immediately available. But Greene said the articles accused Biden of abusing his power while he was vice president by allowing his son, Hunter, to sit on the board of a Ukrainian energy company.
“President Joe Biden is unfit for the post of president. His model of abuse of power as President Obama’s vice president is long and disturbing. President Biden has demonstrated that he will do whatever it takes to bail out his son, Hunter, and line his family’s pockets with money from corrupt foreign energy companies, ”Greene said in a statement.
Greene had previously signaled last week that she would introduce articles of impeachment against Biden the day after his inauguration.
Greene made the announcement hours after the House voted last week to impeach the former President TrumpDonald Trump Overnight Energy & Environment – Biden to release 50 million barrels of oil reserve for inciting a violent mob of his supporters who stormed the Capitol on Jan.6 in an attempt to prevent Congress from ratifying Biden’s election victory.
Biden has denied making political decisions towards Ukraine while considering his son’s business interests.
An investigation last year by Senate Republicans into corruption allegations against the Bidens found no evidence of wrongdoing by the current president.
The report, released last September, also found no evidence that Hunter Biden’s work for Ukrainian firm Burisma influenced U.S. foreign policy.
House Democrats have yet to officially send the article of impeachment against Trump for his role in the Jan.6 attack on Capitol Hill to the Senate for trial.
Democratic Leader in the Senate Charles SchumerChuck SchumerFeehery: Honest Biden Administration to Release Oil from Strategic Reserve: Reports Senators Call for Smithsonian Latino, Women’s Museums to Be Built on National Mall MORE (NY) and GOP leader in the Senate Mitch mcconnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellParnell’s exit threatens to undermine Trump’s political influence. (Ky.) Are still working out a power-sharing deal in a chamber that is now evenly divided by party. Vice President Harris will serve as the deciding vote, handing control of the chamber to the Democrats during her swearing-in on Wednesday with three new Democratic senators.
Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiChina examines case of tennis star Peng Shuai Man seen with Pelosi lectern on Jan.6 pleads guilty No responsibility for US carbon footprint MORE (D-Calif.) Said Thursday that the House was waiting for Schumer and McConnell to reach a deal before sending the article on impeachment.
But she gave no details on a specific timeline.
“I’m not going to tell you when it’s going, but we had to wait until the Senate was in session. They have now informed us that they are ready to receive. The question is, more questions on how a le trial will go ahead, but we are ready, ”Pelosi told reporters earlier Thursday.
Pelosi also predicted that the next Senate impeachment trial would be shorter than last year on impeachment articles accusing Trump of abusing power and hampering Congress in his efforts to pressure the Ukrainian government. so that he opens an investigation into the Bidens.
“I see a big difference between something we’ve all witnessed and the information you might need to justify an impeachment article based on – largely on a call the president made and described as ‘perfect’.” , Pelosi said.
“It was completely unconstitutional,” she continued. “It’s different but, again, it’s up to them to decide how we go forward, when we go forward. It will be soon. I don’t think it will be long, but this – but we have to do it. “