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Jim Jordan explains why Congress could impeach Joe Biden

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Joe Biden is finally facing accountability for his scandalous business dealings.

There are many impeachment charges that may be brought against him.

And Jim Jordan reveals the four reasons why impeachment could be on the horizon.

President Joe Biden was asked by Fox News reporter Jacqui Heinrich on Monday if he was lying when he claimed he never spoke with his son about his business dealings.

Biden replied “No” before walking away when asked for follow-up questions.

But Biden is facing serious allegations after testimony from IRS whistleblowers allege Biden was highly involved in Hunter’s overseas business dealings while he was Vice President.

IRS Criminal Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley Jr., who oversaw the agency’s investigation into Hunter Biden, alleged that Hunter Biden sent a text message through WhatsApp where he used his father’s influence to threaten his Chinese business partner to make a payment to him in a timely fashion.

“I am sitting here with my father and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled… I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction. I am sitting here waiting for the call with my father,” Hunter Biden wrote according to according to the transcript provided by the House Ways and Means Committee.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said that impeachment was under consideration for Biden on this week’s broadcast of FNC’s “Sunday Morning Futures.”

Jordan said that “high crimes, misdemeanors, bribery,” and “treason” were reasons that impeachment could be brought.

“We don’t know if he’s taken in $10 million, $30 million, $100 million from all of these foreign adversaries and foreign nationals,” host Maria Bartiromo said. “But there are some members of your committees that are talking about impeachment. Is that on the table?”

“It sure is,” Jordan replied. “And, look, we’re driven by the facts and by the Constitution. If the facts show that there’s high crimes, misdemeanors, bribery, treason, whatever, if the facts show that there is — there is the crime there that warrants impeachment, then, by our — our duty compels us. But we have to first get all the facts on the table.”

“But you’re right,” he continued. “They’re piling up, 150 suspicious activity reports, 20 different companies they are running money through, all kinds of Biden family members getting paid, now the whistle-blowers coming forward with this set of facts, credible whistle-blowers coming forward and telling us the things they have told us. It is all beginning to pile up.”

“And, again, we’re driven by the facts,” Jordan added. “We will continue to do our investigation, let Mr. Comer and the Oversight Committee complete their investigation, and then look at all that. But if the Constitution dictates we go forward, then we will have to go forward, but that — we’re not there yet. We got to continue to do the investigation.”