In a recent interview with Breitbart News, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) expressed her bewilderment and disappointment over her Republican House colleagues’ refusal to call for the impeachment of President Joe Biden. Greene, known for her outspoken nature, discussed the alleged pay-to-play allegation against Biden and emphasized the need for accountability.
Greene revealed that she has been actively reaching out to her colleagues, urging them to support the impeachment of President Biden. She even took matters into her own hands by introducing articles of impeachment on January 20, 2021, concerning the pay-to-play allegations involving Ukraine and the energy company Burisma Holdings. However, Greene expressed her dismay at the lack of interest and support from fellow Republicans.
“What would it take for House Republicans to call for Joe Biden’s impeachment? To be honest with you? I don’t know,” Greene admitted during the interview. “That’s the part that literally leaves me dumbfounded. We have to impeach Biden in the House to show and prove to our voters that we’re willing to do these things, that we’re willing to bring accountability. If we don’t do it, then why do they want to vote for us?”
Adding fuel to Greene’s calls for impeachment, the House Oversight Committee recently reviewed an FBI informant file that allegedly contains evidence suggesting President Biden received $5 million from Burisma. According to Greene, the FBI holds at least two more FD-1023 forms referenced in the informant document, which the committee plans to review in the coming week.
In connection with the Burisma business deal, the House Oversight Committee has issued subpoenas to gather more information about the Bidens’ Ukrainian transactions. Prior to this, subpoenas were already sent to major banks, including Bank of America, Cathay Bank, JPMorgan Chase, and HSBC USA N.A., as well as an individual.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s relentless pursuit of accountability and her unwavering dedication to exposing potential wrongdoing within the Biden administration has sparked considerable attention. As a member of the House Oversight Committee, Greene remains committed to uncovering the truth and ensuring transparency in matters involving the President and his alleged involvement with Burisma.
The lack of support from her Republican colleagues, however, highlights the internal divisions within the party. Greene’s frustration stems from her belief that Republicans must show they are willing to take bold action and hold those in power accountable, which she believes will resonate with their constituents.
As the House Oversight Committee continues its investigation and the call for impeachment intensifies, it remains to be seen whether Greene’s persistence and determination will lead to the desired outcome. The fate of President Joe Biden and the allegations surrounding his ties to Burisma Holdings hang in the balance.