Rep. Moore Says Americans ‘Expect’ Biden Impeachment

Rep. Barry Moore (R-AL) urges House Republicans to escalate their inquiry into Biden administration misconduct, potentially including impeachment of both President Joe Biden and Cabinet-level officials.

Speaking with Mobile, Alabama’s FM Talk 106.5 on Tuesday, Moore, a House Judiciary Committee member, emphasized his perspective on the matter.

Moore said, “The next step for our party, I believe, is impeachment. I think the American people expect that. We do not want them to lose hope in our ability to execute a plan and to fight fire with fire.”

He specifically mentioned individuals such as Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, along with Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Moore said, “I tell you the thing we have to do. We have to look at impeachment. I think that — not necessarily I’m saying Joe Biden impeachment right this second, Jeff. That may be warranted down the road. But for us right now, just the border. I mean, we’ve done a good job on Judiciary. Certainly, Oversight and Comer has done a great job. But Jim Jordan, as chairman of Judiciary — we’ve opened up. We’ve had Mayorkas in. He will bald-faced lie to you and tell you the border is secure as five million pull across. Videos show people after people come into our country. So, I think we have to start looking at this administration and his Cabinet-level secretaries.”

He continued, “And certainly Merrick Garland recently turning loose Jack Smith on President Trump — that came straight from Biden’s DOJ, that now the Attorney General has turned into this weaponization to stop a presidential nominee of the opposing party, the one leading in the polls, the likely nominee for the Republican ticket. And here it is, it’s like they’re weaponizing.”

Moore affirmed the presence of evidence despite its limited coverage in the media. He highlighted the significance of the Durham Report and the questionable activity reports pointing to potential misconduct within the Biden family.

He concluded his interview by saying, “So here it is. We have to start. Even if we don’t go after Joe Biden right now today, I think there are people certainly in his organization and within the executive branch that impeachment is warranted. And I think the American people expect that because you just said, ‘What’s next? What’s the next step?’”

House Committee on Oversight and Accountability has uncovered more than $20 million in payments originating from foreign entities to the Bidens and their affiliates during Biden’s tenure as vice president under former President Barack Obama. These payments include funds from countries like Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine.