South Carolina Republican Rep. Nancy Mace warned House Republicans that they would “walk the board” on possible impeachment of President Joe Biden.
Mace said on “Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo” that he wants more information from Biden and Hunter, as well as more witness testimony.
“We need more subpoenas,” she said. “I want the bookkeeper, I want Shokin, I want Hunter, I want all the witnesses.”
“Congressman, does the work that you and James Comer and all the other members have been doing on the Oversight Committee require an actual impeachment inquiry? Does a formal impeachment inquiry provide additional powers? Oversight Should I just continue with what I’ve been doing? [because] Doesn’t that essentially function as an impeachment inquiry in itself? ” asked guest host Deagan Duffy. (Related: Fetterman describes possible impeachment of Biden as ‘far-right circle jerk’)
“In a sense, yes. An impeachment inquiry would put certain states, especially certain seats in battleground states, at risk. That’s why I’ve been saying no matter what the evidence is, show it all,” Mace said. “Because what I saw in the SARS report is going to shock you, whether you’re a Republican or a Democrat. So you have to show bank records to support it. , witnesses need to come forward, we need whistleblowers, we need all the people who know what really happened in the past [the House] Because the American people deserve to know the truth and be able to decide for themselves what happens. ”
The House Oversight Committee recently subpoenaed Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and the U.S. Secret Service for documents related to allegations that Hunter Biden was tipped off about an interview as part of an investigation into his business dealings. .