GOP lawmaker hints at potential Biden impeachment vote if party wins House in 2022

Democrats didn’t hesitate to bring former President Donald Trump on bogus impeachment charges, not once, but twice in the 45th president’s first and only term in the White House.

But with the 2022 midterms looking like a total lock for Republicans to take back majority control of at least the House, if not also the Senate, President Joe Biden could be in serious trouble, as according to Breitbart, Rep. Barry Moore (R-AL) hinted this week that the current president could soon face his own impeachment trial, but this time, for a legitimate reason.

In addition, Moore hinted that Republicans, should they take majority control of the House, could launch a crucial investigation against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding her security failures during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

“You know, both parties play politics sometimes, but I think at this point with a constitutional republic, it is going to benefit us to look into some of these issues that undermined our Constitution or tried to undermine our Constitution,” the Alabama Republican said.

He added: “And I look forward to Jim Jordan heading Judiciary Committee. I think there’s a lot of opportunities for him to get to the bottom of some of this, to open some of these hearings.”

That’s when Moore dropped the bombshell idea that would be an absolute nightmare for Democrats, especially as they struggle ahead of the 2024 presidential election.

“Impeaching Biden may be part of that,” Moore said. “It may be on the table.”

He went on to talk about the serious questions that have been raised regarding Pelosi’s role in the events that transpired into a full-blown breach of the Capitol building on Jan. 6, citing calls for an investigation into how she managed security that day.

“Certainly, what role did Pelosi play in January 6? That’s the reason [Jordan] and Banks are not on [the January 6] committee right now. They would have some pretty tough questions for her — how we managed to have such lax security knowing there was probably going to be some people in D.C. that day,” Moore said. “There are a lot of unanswered questions.”