Republican lawmaker says 'revenge' drives his constituents desire for a Biden impeachment

August 31, 2023

President Joe Biden is already struggling with his 2024 reelection campaign, and his polling numbers and growing legal scandals aren't helping.

According to Breitbart, a rapidly expanding list of House Republicans are dropping massive hints regarding an impending impeachment inquiry against the sitting president.

Even Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has recently indicated that an impeachment inquiry is a "natural step forward" given what's happening in Biden's world right now.

However, House Freedom Caucus member Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) raised eyebrows this week after telling CNN's Jake Tapper that he believes one of the primary motivators in his state regarding those who want Biden impeached is "revenge" and "retribution."

Tapper questioned Buck on his thoughts regarding the possible impeachment inquiry.

"Let’s turn to the Republican leadership, the House Republican leadership’s push to open an inquiry targeting President Biden. Last month, you notably called impeachment talk a ‘shiny object’ to distract from budget negotiations. What are you hearing about the impeachment inquiry conversation in your discussions with other members for of the House Republican Caucus and, for that matter, from your constituents back home?" Tapper asked.

The Colorado Republican replied, "Yeah, so I think the Speaker is intending to either bring a floor vote or, and it doesn’t appear that one is necessary by the Constitution, he may just order an impeachment inquiry to move forward."

He added, "My constituents back here, really in all of Colorado, are split on this issue. A lot of them — and part of this, Jake, I think it’s fair to say doesn’t justify in having an impeachment inquiry or an impeachment of President Biden — but part of this is based on the fact that President Trump was impeached twice and acquitted twice by the Senate.

"I think there’s more of an appetite on the right now for impeachment because it really hasn’t been respected the way it was for the last 150, 200 years."

He told Tapper that revenge is driving many of his constituents.

"So, I think my constituents back here, some of them want revenge, some of them want retribution, and others want to move on and solve the problems that we face in this country," Buck said.

All eyes will be on House Republicans next week when they return to session, and many have made comments in recent weeks that they believe an impeachment inquiry will, in fact, be voted on.

Buzz is also increasing regarding the possible impeachments of several of Biden's top Cabinet members. Only time will tell.

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