Former President Donald Trump expressed a growing sense of anger in response to a line made on his Truth Social application on Sunday evening. His frustration stemmed from the fact that while Republicans in the House were discussing the possibility of initiating an impeachment probe against President Joe Biden, they had not yet taken concrete steps to actually impeach him, referring to Biden as “the bum.”
The post was transmitted during Trump’s Sunday evening surge of communications, accompanied by numerous reposts from those discussing him. Initially, it expressed reflections on the Republicans in the House and Senate, characterizing them as “well-meaning.”
However, the level of intensity in Trump’s delivery escalated rapidly. The message concluded with a series of capitalized speech, expressing a strong sense of fury that was repeatedly emphasized during his furious tirade.
“The Republicans in Congress, though well meaning, keep talking about an Impeachment ‘Inquiry’ on Crooked Joe Biden,” he posted. “Look, the guy got bribed, he paid people off, and he wouldn’t give One Billion Dollars to Ukraine unless they ‘got rid of the Prosecutor.’”
“Biden is a Stone Cold Crook-You don’t need a long INQUIRY to prove it, it’s already proven,” Trump continued. “These lowlifes Impeached me TWICE (I WON!), and Indicted me FOUR TIMES – For NOTHING! Either IMPEACH the BUM, or fade into OBLIVION.”
Trump angrily explained, “THEY DID IT TO US!”
Early Monday morning Trump continued his full frontal assault on leftist forces.
“It has just been reported that aides to TRUMP prosecutor, Deranged Jack Smith, met with high officials at the White House just prior to these political SleazeBags Indicating me OVER NOTHING. If this is so, which it is, that means that Biden and his Fascist Thugs knew and APPROVED of this Country dividing Form of Election Interference, despite their insisting that they “knew nothing.” It’s all a BIG LIE, just like Russia, Russia, Russia, & not knowing about son’s business dealings. DISMISS CASE!” Trump posted.
“Roomer [sic – Rumors] are strong in political circles that Ron DeSanctimonious, whose Presidential run is a shambles, and whose poll numbers have absolutely crashed, putting him 3rd and 4th in some states, will be dropping out of the Presidential race in order to run, in Florida, against Rick Scott for Senate. Now that’s an interesting one, isn’t it?”
On Sunday, Trump expressed admiration for Mark Levin, while expressing disapproval towards Ron DeSantis and Chris Christie. The former president reposted memes created by supporters of the Make America Great Again (MAGA) movement, as well as a digitally manipulated image depicting a fictitious mugshot of Joe Biden.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and prominent Republicans have commenced discussions on the strategic approach to be taken in relation to an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden during the upcoming autumn season. This development serves as a significant indication that the House GOP is actively preparing the necessary foundations to initiate uncommon procedures against the incumbent president.
According to several Republican sources involved with the discussions, McCarthy has communicated his intention to initiate an impeachment probe into Biden in the near past and aspires to commence the proceedings by the conclusion of September. McCarthy has expressed his intention to initiate an inquiry publicly, should the allegations from IRS whistleblowers prove credible or if the Biden administration fails to comply with House Republicans’ requests pertaining to the Hunter Biden investigation. However, confidential sources indicate that McCarthy has conveyed even more resolute indications of his intentions in private discussions.
However, it is acknowledged by leadership that the complete House Republican caucus has not yet fully embraced the politically precarious notion of impeachment. Hence, a significant unresolved query, which has been the subject of recent Republican deliberations, pertains to the necessity of conducting a floor vote to officially sanction their inquiry, according to sources. There exists no constitutional mandate necessitating their compliance, and at now, the Republican party lacks the requisite 218 votes to initiate an impeachment probe.
By bypassing the official voting process, which could provide challenges for several members of the party who are more susceptible and moderate, Republicans would be able to initiate an inquiry promptly. This approach would also provide party leadership with additional time to persuade the remaining members of the conference to support the impeachment proceedings. During the opening stages of the first impeachment of former President Donald Trump, House Democrats eventually proceeded to vote on two significant measures. Firstly, they formalized their inquiry into the matter, and secondly, they established certain guidelines to govern the subsequent process. This decision was made subsequent to a period of initial hesitation, which was mostly driven by internal disagreements within the Democratic party.
GOP Florida Representative Matt Gaetz, who is a member of the House Judiciary Committee and favors the impeachment of President Biden relayed to CNN, “I don’t believe that a vote of the House is required to open an impeachment inquiry.”