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New GOP Congresswoman seeks to impeach Biden

This brand new GOP Congresswoman from Georgia has bigger stones than the wimpy GOP "leadership" in Congress.  Hard on the heals of Nancy Pelosi's Stalin Show Trial against President Trump, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has announced that she plans to introduce Articles of Impeachment against Joe Biden on his very first day.  Unlike the nothingburger in Pelosi's bushwhacking of Trump, this impeachment proceeding witl have some real meat on its bones, based on the corrupt involvement "the big guy" Joe Biden had in his son Hunter's crooked dealings.
 
Of course, it is unlikely that Pelosi will let this see the light of day, and the propagandists of Big Media will try to bury it.  Pelosi has been a hypocrite all along, as she has twice directly called for "uprisings" which seems okay when she does it, but distorts President Trump's call for peaceful protests to call it an insurrection.  One of Pelosi's calls for "uprisings" in which she actually used that word, was followed by massive violent protests all over the country, yet she seems to want to claim immunity to the results of what she called for.
 
 



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