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IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY: Dems Wanted Evidence? Be Careful What You Wish For

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Today marks a big step in the Biden impeachment inquiry. We’re hearing from witnesses and presenting lines of evidence both for and against pressing further with a deep investigation into the allegations of wrongdoing by the sitting President.

Despite Republicans raising red flags about Joe Biden’s potential corruption well before he ever announced himself as a candidate, Democrats have needled the GOP with claims that there is ‘no evidence’ of any wrongdoing on Joe Biden’s part.

At the time of this writing, the testimony is still ongoing, but even now, there have been example after example of testimony where banking records and the writings of Hunter or his associates have created strong evidence that would lead any impartial observer to push forward for more data points about where the money trail REALLY went.

The Democrats claim there is NO evidence. But gathering evidence is the whole POINT of this exercise, especially in light of the rampant stonewalling we have seen from various agencies in the administrative state under Joe Biden.

Here are just TWO of the many examples that prove them wrong about that ‘no evidence’ claim.

Here’s Rep Donalds…

And here is Nancy Mace taking a blowtorch to the Bidens — including Hunter trying to get slick with talking about his uncle’s brother…

That’s even before the Jim Jordan testimony when Turley was explaining what he meant with respect to a ‘confirmed corrupt influence peddling operation’.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck