GOP’s Funding Dilemma: Biden Investigations at Risk!

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( – On Sunday, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., warned that in order for the investigation into the Biden family to continue, it was essential that they don’t allow the government to shut down. As he pointed out, if the government does shut down, then everything stops, including the investigations, which would just end up hurting the American public.

During an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures, McCarthy argued that if they manage to pass their appropriation bills, then they would be able to get rid of many of former Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s policies, which are “locked into law. He added that funding the government and avoiding last-minute deadlines were also going to be essential for moving forward with an impeachment against President Biden.

A recent investigation from RealClearPolitics pointed out that beyond the investigation led by House Oversight Chair James Comer, which is examining the allegations that Biden had been laundering money through shell companies for foreign actors, the recent document scandal surrounding the President could prove to be a lot more serious if it is revealed that state secrets had been mishandled. As the report noted, the case could develop into a “counterespionage case involving China and national security.”

The New York Post also recently noted that McCarthy had made mention of moving forward with an impeachment inquiry against President Biden. An impeachment inquiry is usually considered the preceding step before a formal impeachment begins. However, moving forward with these investigations would require that Congress not shut down due to not passing a funding bill for the government before the deadline, which is set for September.

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