We Need Impeachment to Expose Anti-American Betrayal

Constitutional Government Relies on Balance of Power from Congress

We need impeachment to expose anti-American betrayal. Republicans must carefully and thoroughly build their case.

Republicans must carefully and thoroughly build their case. (Wikimedia)

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) showed his establishment antiliberty credentials on August 8 when he told the New York Times that “impeachment [of Joe Biden] is not good for the country.” We need impeachment to penetrate the Biden regime’s corporate media smokescreen.

An impeachment process would reach TV and computer screens across the United States. This would show that Democrats, with some Republican help, approve of criminality to achieve their political goals.

Besides Biden’s evident corruption, his regime has politicized justice and subverted the Constitution. Democrats will vigorously oppose impeachment, and the Senate will not convict Biden regardless of undeniable evidence. In this case the point of impeachment, therefore, is to create more public awareness, even among Democrats and establishment Republicans.

To be successful, Republicans must carefully and thoroughly build their case. Otherwise RINOs like McConnell will undermine the impeachment to protect their turf in the swamp. McConnell says he has warned that the Trump impeachments would “incentivize the other side to do the same thing.”

There is no comparison, and there must be no equivalence. Events have confirmed what was obvious then: the Trump impeachments had no substance and were purely political. There is compelling evidence that Biden has taken bribes, which is specifically cited in the Constitution regarding impeachment.

Self-described liberal Democrat and noted civil libertarian Alan Dershowitz stated there is sufficient evidence to begin an impeachment inquiry. Democrat legal scholar, civil libertarian, and commentator, Jonathan Turley says an impeachment inquiry is the House’s obligation: “The one thing the House cannot allow is for these questions to go unanswered.”

The cabal that put Biden in the White House are attacking the foundations of our country and pushing us toward dictatorship. The cabal consists of Marxists who have taken control of the Democrat Party, the out-of-control, unelected, unaccountable federal bureaucracy, and the corporate media whose owners betray us to China for money and power.

Without its media and bureaucrat partners, the Biden regime could not have spread the false narrative of an insurrection on January 6, 2021, or suppressed the truth about COVID-19 and its treatments. The regime could not have used Patriot Act powers against parents concerned about their children being propagandized and mistreated by corrupt, woke administrators and teachers. The regime could not have supported illegal demonstrations outside the residences of Supreme Court justices while publicly persecuting peaceful pro-life activists.

The regime and its partners obstruct congressional investigations, demonize investigation leaders, and create the false illusion that House Republicans are inventing stories, as Democrats have done. This is why the regime so outrageously uses the politicized Justice Department to persecute former president and leading 2024 candidate Donald Trump. The regime wants voters who are upset with its negative record to be emotionally unable to pull the lever for the man it shamelessly portrays as Hitler.

The obviously partisan appointment of David Weiss as special counsel versus Hunter Biden gives Weiss the excuse of an ongoing investigation to avoid answering congressional questions. The statute requires a lawyer from outside the US government. Had Attorney General Merrick Garland complied, Weiss would have had no excuse to avoid congressional inquiries about his obviously partisan five-year investigation of Hunter Biden and outrageous plea agreement a judge rejected.

The regime is aware of and cares not about the negative appearance of the appointment. It is just another negative impression to add to the list. The regime’s key motivation is obstruction, which facilitates the demonization strategy.

One way House Republicans can counter the regime’s cynical Marxist manipulation would be to widen congressional investigations to other parts of the government. The House should, for example, investigate State Department criminality and show how it helps US enemies such as China by supporting tyrants around the world and attacking our allies. This would complicate the regime’s obstruction strategy and make its manipulation more obvious.

Another counter would be the removal of a president compromised by enemies. It is imperative and a proper use of impeachment, even if the Senate will block it. While the Biden regime’s media will spin impeachment, they cannot ignore or suppress it as they have with so many other scandals.

Speaker Kevin McCarthy has said an impeachment inquiry would give congressional committees even more power to obtain information. McCarthy knows he must prepare for the demonization the Biden regime and its partners will hurl at him and Republicans.

The case against Biden must be rock solid to show Americans this is not political gamesmanship. An impeachment must convincingly be about preserving liberty and our system of government.

Democrats are not like Republicans in 1974, when President Richard Nixon resigned because he knew his own party would remove him. Nixon’s criminal actions pale in comparison to Biden’s.

Democrats’ lust for power and contempt for the American people implies Americans are incapable of self-governance. Voters, therefore, must be manipulated into supporting overlords. As in Third-World countries, the Biden regime will do anything to retain power for fear of legitimate prosecution of its crimes if it loses power.

We must support House leadership and encourage them to expose as much Biden regime criminality as possible. That exposure includes impeaching Biden.

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Steven Hecht

Editor at Large Steve Hecht is a businessman, writer, and film producer, born and raised in New York. He has lived and worked in Guatemala since 1972. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Master of Business Administration in Banking and Finance, both from Columbia University. He has worked on development projects in Guatemala to help the country leave its underdeveloped state and reach its great potential. Realizing the misconceptions prevalent about Guatemala and Latin America in the outside world, he has written for the Washington Times, Daily Caller, Fox News, Epoch Times, BizPac Review, Washington Examiner, Frontpage Mag, New English Review, PanAm Post, and PJ Media. He has appeared as a guest on national American media networks and programs, including the One America News, Newsmax, and The Lars Larson Show. Steve’s reporting has included meeting with coyotes, the human smugglers who have ferried millions of illegal immigrants into the United States via Guatemala’s 595-mile border with Mexico.

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