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Take Biden Impeachment First Step: “let’s have a hearing about Joe Biden and his family corruption”

Take Biden Impeachment First Step: “let’s have a hearing about Joe Biden and his family corruption”

My appearance on the Tony Katz show on July 21, 2023, calling for formation of an impeachment committee in the House: “this is potentially the biggest scandal, dwarfing Watergate by far. Certainly dwarfing the inaccurate Russia collusion allegations, which were never proven. So this is massive…. We better get to the bottom of it. We can’t allow the media and the FBI to squash this thing, just like they did in 2020.”

Kevin McCarthy is in the news the past couple of days for suggesting that he is open to starting an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden’s family business dealings.

I appeared on July 21, 2023, on The Tony Katz Show, and the topic of impeachment came up, and I called for just such an impeachment committee to be formed:

(Relevant audio section starts at 4 minute mark)(trimmed audio also here)

(Partial Transcript, auto-generated, may contain transcription errors)

Tony Katz (04:07):

Talking to William Jacobson, Cornell Law professor, the mind behind Let us talk culture. We have had this week, IRS whistleblowers speaking in definitive terms about the investigation into Hunter Biden and the tax fraud being slow walked. We have heard from whistleblowers, in definitive terms, say that prosecutors in DC said, no, we are not going to move forward on this case…. The question before us is, I’ll take your take on all of that. Doesn’t this, in any other situation, in any other world with any other president, let’s say someone named Trump or otherwise, doesn’t this lead to at least a special prosecutor to look into it, a special counsel?

WAJ (05:39):

Well, I think it would. You know, a special counsel’s not the the answer unless you have the right special counsel, because there have been special counsels who do virtually nothing and take two years. On the other hand, there are special counsels like Jack Smith, who is like a bull in a China shop bringing charges against Trump very quickly relative to the normal process. So I think it depends who the special prosecutor is.

The point of Joe Biden is he’s been corrupt his whole life. He’s been a liar his whole life. I mean, he lied about, you know, he plagiarized things when he was, I forget if it was in law school or soon after law school. This is who Joe Biden is. Why would anybody expect that he would tell the truth about anything? So, we’ve got to get to the bottom of it because, and I’ve been saying for two years now, it appears Joe Biden sold not just his office, but his future office, that he sold his influence.

He sold the fact that he was going to be a presidential candidate to the highest bidders, and those highest bidders appear to have been in Ukraine and China. So, this is potentially the biggest scandal, dwarfing Watergate by far. certainly dwarfing the inaccurate Russia collusion allegations, which were never proven. So this is massive. I mean, we have a vice president, presidential candidate who sold his office. That’s what the documents coming out seem to indicate, and we better get to the bottom of it. We can’t allow the media and the FBI to squash this thing, just like they did in 2020.

Katz (07:15):

One of the things that we saw was that when this came out yesterday, there was radio silence, except to say. there was one mention of, look at this thing being leaked. Well, all of a sudden today, 24 hours later, that’s the whole conversation. Look what Chuck Grassley has leaked. He has put lives in danger. He has put confidential human sources. You’ll see CHS a lot, written down, confidential human source. Put these people in danger. It is as if they were waiting. You talk about media, they were waiting to know what the talking point was so they could go forward is, well,

WAJ (07:53):

We see this all the time. We see this all the time. When a Democrat does something wrong, the story becomes Republican reaction to it. Republicans ‘pounce’ on it. That’s, you know, we have a, like a running joke about that, that that’s typical media. So it’s not the wrongdoing, it’s the reaction to the wrongdoing. And that’s what you’re seeing here. It’s standard media. As long as you accept that the media, the mainstream corporate media, you know, ABC, NBC, CNN, everybody, with the exception of the the Murdoch papers, wants Biden elected. And if you just accept that’s true, that everything they do is going to be to elect a Democrat, it all makes sense and we shouldn’t expect anything different. They should be different, but they’re not.

And it is so corrupting how our media, our mainstream corporate media, serves the purposes of one political party. That’s why people have so little faith in anything anymore, because the one place they think they should at least get a fair shot, not necessarily a favorable shot, but a fair shot, which is the corporate media, which is media, they don’t get. And that’s really it. The press in this country is so corrupted by political considerations. I mean, this should be everywhere. This should be round the clock on every TV channel. It should be front page in every major newspaper that the FBI had information that the now president of the United States was engaged in a bribery scheme. But that’s not what you’re hearing as you point out.

Katz (09:30):

And and we have discussed this numerous times, that this is the biggest story in America, no matter how little coverage the press gives to it. But now let me get just a bit specific, and let’s start with the concept of impeachment. Congressman Jim Banks of the Indiana Third District, Congresswoman Lauren Bobert of Colorado, they have both come out to discuss impeachment. I’m not opposed to the concept. I’m opposed to the idea of rushing to something without the data as you see it, a legal mind who has taken a look at all of the, what I will call evidence, but you might see it differently. Do you think there is enough known to go about engaging the idea of high crimes and misdemeanors? Or are you somebody who would demand the investigation to be able to get to the place? Or is it about what you just said? You can decide you need a special counsel. And Merrick Garland, the Attorney General can appoint a special counsel. But we already know Merrick Garland can’t be trusted. So the Special Counsel is just going to take however many years to make sure this doesn’t affect the 2024 election and then decide no wrongdoing took place.

WAJ (10:39):

Well, I think what the House needs to do is hold impeachment hearings. Before they vote to impeach they should hold impeachment, hearing, call witnesses, subpoena records, put it out there, and then make a decision. I think that because you can’t trust the FBI, you can’t trust DOJ, you can’t even trust a special prosecutor acting under DOJ, to do the right thing. It’s unfortunate, but it’s true. And all the things that are coming out now show that they cannot be trusted to be politically fair. And so I think the House Committee maybe needs to, the House needs to maybe vote to appoint an impeachment committee and take testimony and look into these things.


Katz (11:22):

And that’s just it. The idea of a committee is different than impeaching. So you are discussing taking this intermediary step. Don’t run before you can walk, go gather and build your case, not only if it’s legally, but in the court of public opinion. That’s your advice forward.

WAJ (11:39):

Yes. That’s, that’s what I would do if I were in the House of Representatives, because I think that’s the right way to do it. I don’t know that we have enough right now because the FBI’s holding back things, the DOJ is holding back things, they’re running interference for Joe Biden. So I don’t know that we have enough now to take that monumental step, but I think we should start the process of gathering that evidence, putting it out in the public, taking testimony in public for everybody to hear, except for things that, particular things that might not need to be put public. And let’s have a hearing about Joe Biden and his family corruption.

Tony appeared on Fox News to discuss impeachment, and was kind enough to give me a shout out.


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Subotai Bahadur | July 26, 2023 at 9:02 pm

It can be assumed that unless the Left has figured out a replacement for Biden the Elder, that they will oppose this. However there is another problem. What are the odds that the GOPe will not block any investigation in order to protect their friends the Democrats?

Subotai Bahadur

Mauiobserver | July 26, 2023 at 9:43 pm

I have no doubt that some GOPe pols will condemn the investigation probably as too divisive.

The benefit is keeping the Biden/Democrat corruption front and center in the press. Although the MSM will diligently defend Biden they still will have to cover the hearings.

This won’t change any GOPe voters mind or woke Democrats.

However there are quite a few independent voters who get information from the internet and they are definitely reachable. These people back in the day would likely be Reagan Democrats.

Yes. This is not about politics, although it may affect politics. There is clear evidence to justify an inquiry, and there is likely much more of substance to be found.

Let Democrats, especially in the Senate, run on the bribery plank.

I used to oppose impeachment of Slowy, on the grounds that it would be futile. What Dem Senator will vote to convict? That’s still true, but a new facet looks to be surfacing that justifies impeachment.

Consider this: The House gets busy and impeaches Biden. It doesn’t matter that no conviction will result, or even that Schumer will not allow any such resolution onto the Senate calendar. But an actual impeachment resolution triggers another facet of Article II Section 2 of the Constitution, viz:

“…and he shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment.

With an impeachment resolution passed, even if the Senate hasn’t taken it up, Slowy can no longer pardon himself. More, no successor President can pardon Slowy, so long as the impeachment resolution exists. I think such a resolution would exist until the 118th Congress expires on 3 January 25.

Cheap insurance to buy.

Mauiobserver | July 27, 2023 at 1:22 am

Another avenue of PR against the establishment is broadening.

A little off topic but saw a couple of clips from the RFK town Hall with Sean Hannity. RFK destroyed Hannity on the subjects of the Ukraine war and covid treatments.

RFK had facts and statistics on Covid studies down pat and also gave Hannity quite a lecture on the Russia Ukraine conflict issues and history.

To Sean’s credit after weak pushbacks Sean shut either because he knew he was being made a fool of or his producers in his earphones made the decision for him.

Proving this corruption should be easy. Get a warrant for Joe and Hunter’s bank and brokerage accounts and do a forensic audit. Standard money laundering protocol. I don’t see anyone at DoJ daring to ask for such a warrant or doing a proper money laundering investigation. If this impeachment investigation by Congress doesn’t ever produce such evidence it will be obvious that this “impeachment” is a sham.

E Howard Hunt | July 27, 2023 at 7:01 am

You meanies just don’t understand. This is not a story of treason and corruption, but of love and redemption. The love between a father and a son. That young scamp, Hunter, traumatized from youth by a fictional drunk driver, is yearning for his father’s love and approval. He falls in with the wrong crowd and catches the disease of drug addiction and whore mongering. So proud of his father, he invokes his name in business dealings, and all manner of innocent misunderstandings ensue. The father, rather than condemning him, welcomes him back into the bosom of the family, cures him of his addiction and makes him face up to his past indiscretions. Hunter becomes a valued advisor and supports his father, in turn, against scurrilous accusations suffered, Christ-like in his son’s behalf. It brings tears to the eyes.

Oh, goody! Another “hearing”. Wake me when jail doors go “clang”.

Or Washington DC gets nuked. Whichever.

inspectorudy | July 27, 2023 at 10:13 am

I may be wrong but I read somewhere that once impeachment is initiated, it triggers much greater subpoena power than Congress normally has. This would mean that Wray or Garland could no longer use the old excuse of “It’s under an investigation and cannot be released at this time”. If this is true then impeachment must be started to get to the bottom of this treason.

prof J:

I dropped a contact in the .org contact page box. If that’s a check once a week thing on the back end- there should be a note there with some importance.

DOJ engages in nepotism

DHS denies protection to a presidential candidate

It is time to impeach.

Steven Brizel | July 28, 2023 at 3:01 pm

Let’s win the White House and get back control of both houses of Congress.