Biden’s Impeachment Looms: High Crimes & Cash Revealed by Jordan!

In a shocking turn of events, Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican, has confirmed that impeachment could be an option for President Joe Biden if he is found to have committed any “high crimes and misdemeanors” including “bribery or treason.” During an episode of FNC’S “Sunday Morning Futures,” Jordan stated that the Constitution dictates that if all the facts show that a crime has been committed, impeachment would be necessary.

Host Maria Bartiromo questioned Jordan about the potential impeachment and elucidated that Biden might have taken $10 million, $30 million, or even $100 million from foreign adversaries and foreign nationals. According to Bartiromo, some committee members are already talking about impeachment.

Jordan confirmed that impeachment is indeed on the table; they just need to get all of the accurate information in order. The suspicious activity reports continue to pile up, revealing 20 different companies they are running money through to and from the Biden family members, including Hunter Biden. With the whistle-blowers coming forward with a set of facts, impeaching Joe Biden could be necessary to ensure justice.

If impeached, Joe Biden’s crimes may include bribery, high crimes, misdemeanors, or even treason. As the investigation continues, Jordan is diligently working to uncover all of the accurate facts on the table. Only if the Constitution dictates impeachment, Jordan and his team will go forward with the case.

It’s time for the Biden administration to be held accountable for their corrupt actions. It’s crucial that the appropriate measures are taken and justice is served according to the laws set forth in the Constitution. There is no doubt that if all the evidence points to corruption, impeachment will be the correct avenue of legal action.

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