Though their efforts are failing fast, most of the mainstream media are attempting to downplay or outright ignore that the Biden family is facing serious legal trouble ahead.
That's becoming especially difficult as House Republicans prepare to launch an official impeachment inquiry against the elderly, often-confused President Joe Biden.
According to Fox News, Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) finally called out a reporter who claimed American voters "can't see" evidence that Biden has done anything egregious enough to warrant an impeachment.
Just hours after Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) announced his conference's intention to initiate the impeachment inquiry, Perry had an exchange with U.K. Channel 4 Washington correspondent Siobhan Kennedy, during which he shut her down, hard.
JUST IN: Republican Rep. Scott Perry unleashes on regime reporter who tries suggesting that Republicans don't have any evidence against Joe Biden for their impeachment inquiry.
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"Can I just ask, what actual evidence do you have as opposed to allegations to show to the American people that would merit an actual impeachment inquiry of Joe Biden, and prove that today isn’t just about –" the reporter said before Perry immediately jumped in.
"Oh, I don’t know," he replied.
She finished her question by asking whether or not Republicans planned to launch the impeachment inquiry as an act of "revenge" for former President Donald Trump's two impeachments.
"This isn’t about political revenge. We have the bank accounts. We can see – ma’am – you can see that the homes that the Bidens own can’t be afforded on a congressional or a Senate salary," Perry responded.
He continued torching the reporter, saying, "You also understand that it’s not normal for family members to receive millions of dollars from overseas interests. Those things aren’t normal. That’s not normal to have 20 shell companies. These things are not normal, and it alludes to not only just widespread corruption, but money laundering, if not influence-peddling itself."
Perry ended the exchange by insisting that she was "blind" to the truth. The reporter fired off one last remark before he exited the podium.
"The American people can’t see that. They think it’s political revenge," Kennedy said.
"Because you don’t report on it," Perry said, dropping a solid truth bomb on the Biden-friendly reporter.
As the investigation into the Biden family deepens and as House Republicans continue their quest to impeach the sitting president, reporters and media outlets who act as shields for the Biden family will have an increasingly difficult time maintaining that front.
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