Impeachment push plunges Capitol Hill into total chaos

The worst thing you can do to a politician is take away his job. If they don’t have the spotlight and power, they have nothing.

And this impeachment push plunged Capitol Hill into total chaos.

Joe Biden’s complete failure on domestic and foreign policy has led to murmurs that he should be thrown out of office.

The border been made completely porous with an estimated 17 million illegal immigrants residing in this country, a 16 percent increase since Biden took office.

But one of Biden’s most controversial acts has been his weaponization of the federal government against Trump and everyday Americans.

So far, Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate has been raided by the FBI and an indictment has been leveled against Biden’s chief political rival.

Pro-life Americans have also felt the FBI’s wrath, resulting in their homes being SWAT-style raided with their families at home.

Meanwhile, Joe’s son, Hunter, gets a sweetheart deal on tax evasion and firearms charges leading to no jail time.

Republicans are tired of the double-standard of the FBI.

The law should be applied equally whether you’re a Biden, a Trump, or any body else.

And one Congresswoman is standing up for that principle.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) stated on Wednesday that her articles of impeachment against FBI Director Christopher Wray would be offered as a privileged resolution.

Greene’s declaration comes just days after Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) introduced articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden as a privileged resolution.

“Christopher Wray spit in our faces and disrespected our Oversight Committee and our Chairman Comer by forcing us to see redacted versions of UNCLASSIFIED 1023 forms that gave proof of then VP Joe Biden taking a $5 million bribe,” Greene tweeted.

“I’m turning my Articles of Impeachment on Wray into a privileged resolution. Wray is a bad cop hiding Joe Biden’s crimes and must be held accountable. I won’t tolerate this level of disrespect and pure criminal corruption,” she continued.

By making the resolution privileged, House procedures will require the resolution to be voted on by the chamber within two days, even if House leadership does not approve.

Greene presented impeachment articles against Wray last month as part of her “impeachment week,” during which she introduced articles against various Biden administration officials and the president.

“Not only has Director Wray persecuted political opponents in an unprecedented and partisan way, but he has also overseen his agency take actions to shield and protect the current President and his family. A senior FBI official left the agency under a cloud of accusations that he shielded a laptop belonging to the President’s son, Robert Hunter Biden, from a criminal probe,” Greene said in a statement when introducing the articles of impeachment in May.

“It is unacceptable for the Director of the FBI or any civil officer to exercise his power in a way that targets one political class while doing favors for the other,” the statement continued.

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