Articles Of Impeachment Filed Against Joe Biden

It’s long past due to go after President Joe Biden with impeachment, according to Rep. Greg Steube. Steube is claiming that he has committed “high crimes and misdemeanors.”

Steube said that now was the moment to remove Biden from office, even though many congressional committees were still working on a multifaceted case to do so. Steube maintains that the President tried to protect his son Hunter from prosecution for suspected wrongdoing and obstructed justice.

The Florida Republican representative has never had a sterling reputation for moderation. For instance, Steube indicated last month that President Joe Biden may have committed “treason,” he expects a future GOP government to move in on those charges.

In the first article of impeachment, Steube alleges that the president has committed official misconduct by taking bribes, violating the Hobbs Act, and engaging in services fraud. It is alleged that from 2009 to 2017, Hunter Biden and the president’s brother, James Biden, attempted to sell access to Vice President Biden in exchange for “payments and business opportunities from foreign and domestic business partners.”

Rep. James Comer (R-Kentucky), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, presented a memo on Wednesday claiming to indicate that the Biden family received more than $20 million in foreign contributions; however, Democrats have said that the letter provides no proof that President Biden took any money or engaged in any improper behavior.

In the second article, a whistleblower from the IRS testified that Biden campaign members colluded with the DOJ to interfere with investigations into Hunter’s tax crimes. This testimony is used to support the claim that President Biden obstructed justice.

In the third and fourth articles, Biden is said to have committed “fraud” and funded his son Hunter’s drug usage and sexual encounters with prostitutes.

On Saturday, Steube drew cheers while speaking out for Trump at the Iowa State Fair, where he was present with other Florida representatives to support Trump’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination by announcing that he was the first to file articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden.

Steube claimed in April that Trump is the only candidate who can reverse “the disastrous policies of the Biden administration.”