Republican Rep. Jim Jordan Calls for Impeachment Inquiry into Biden’s Alleged Bribery Actions

In a significant development, Republican Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio has asserted that President Joe Biden’s actions align with allegations of bribery described in an FD-1023 form. This statement comes as House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced on Tuesday that an impeachment inquiry would move forward. Jordan, along with Republican Representatives James Comey of Ohio and Jason Smith of Missouri, will lead the probe into business dealings involving Hunter Biden.

Republican Senator Charles Grassley recently released the FD-1023 form, which contains allegations suggesting that the Bidens received millions of dollars in bribes. These allegations were brought forward by a whistleblower on July 20.


Jordan outlined four key points supporting the call for an impeachment inquiry during an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham. He said, “The first is Hunter is put on the board of Burisma. Second, he wasn’t qualified to be on the board of Burisma. Third, the people on Burisma say, ‘hey, we need help with D.C. to get rid of the pressure this prosecutor is putting on us.’ Fourth, Joe Biden goes to Ukraine and gets the prosecutor fired, and he uses our tax dollars, he leverages our tax money.”

Jordan emphasized that these actions represented a significant departure from the Obama administration’s policy. He asserted, “And when he did it, it was an abrupt turn from the policy of the Obama administration. And, frankly, what he did is consistent with the 1023 form and what the confidential human source said took place. So, if that doesn’t warrant opening an impeachment inquiry, I don’t know what does. And then you add to that the layer of how the Justice Department has handled this case for four and a half years, I think we have to investigate.”

The FD-1023 form, which detailed information provided by a “confidential human source” (CHS) to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in June 2020, suggests that a top executive at Burisma felt pressured to pay the Bidens.

Jordan also responded to Republican Senator Mitt Romney, who had questioned the lack of evidence for impeachment. He noted the apparent irony in the situation, stating, “They impeach President Trump saying he leveraged American tax dollars for a policy preference in Ukraine, which he didn’t, but that’s what they impeached President Trump over, and now we have Joe Biden engaged in the very same thing. That is, to me, the great irony here.”

Jordan pointed to various pieces of evidence, including alleged payments to Joe Biden, Hunter Biden’s business partner’s statements, and multiple changes in the White House’s narrative regarding the situation.

This development marks a significant escalation in the ongoing debate surrounding the Bidens’ business dealings, with the potential for far-reaching consequences on the political landscape. Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story.

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