Republicans want Joe Biden out of the Oval Office. His policies are destroying America.
And Matt Gaetz provides shocking new details on Biden’s impeachment.
A few weeks ago, Republicans, led by former House Speaker, Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) announced the launch of an impeachment inquiry against President Biden.
Joe Biden and his son Hunter are being accused of allegedly having used the President’s power when he was Vice President, to benefit off foreign business dealings.
But not all Republicans feel as though the impeachment inquiry is a good idea.
Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said as much in a fundraising event, reports NBC News.
The event also featured fellow U.S. House member, Matt Rosendale (R-MT), and occurred just a few days before Gaetz led the motion to vacate McCarthy from the speaker’s chair.
“I don’t believe that we are endeavoring upon a legitimate impeachment of Joe Biden,” the Florida Congressman said.
“They’re trying to engage in a, like, ‘forever war’ of impeachment. And like many of our forever wars, it will drag on forever and end in a bloody draw.”
NEW: Matt Gaetz torched Republicans’ impeachment inquiry during a private fundraiser last week
“I just don’t get the sense that it’s for the sake of impeachment,” Gaetz said. “I think it’s for the sake of having another bad thing to say about Joe Biden.” https://t.co/3S6H8fv9Pk
— Katherine Doyle (@katiadoyl) October 6, 2023
Rosendale echoed the statement by mentioning the inquiry is similar to the federal charges that have been brought forth against Hunter Biden.
Matt Rosendale was also reported saying that he prayed for Republicans to only have a small majority in the House after the 2022 midterms.
New: Matt Rosendale said last week at a private donor briefing that he prayed each night before the ‘22 midterms that Republicans would only have a small House majority, not the so called red wave.
Rosendale is considering a #MTSen run.
— Dan Merica (@merica) October 2, 2023
This obviously drew some heavy criticism from fellow Republicans.
Both Gaetz and Rosendale are planning to improve their resume in politics over the next few years.
The Congressman from Montana hopes to run for Senate and Matt Gaetz is hoping to run for Governor of Florida in 2026.
Both controversial members of the Republican party have developed interesting strategies to achieve this positions of higher office.
From both representatives criticizing the impeachment inquiry against Joe Biden, to Gaetz ousting McCarthy, it’ll be fascinating to see how that impacts their support moving forward.
Rosendale wishing for the opposite of a Red Wave in the 2022 midterm elections, will likely do him no favors when it comes time for him to run for U.S. Senate.
Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.