Is the Joe Biden Impeachment Coming to an End?

It sure looks that way.

Lauren Elizabeth

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Say what you will about Joe Biden, and I certainly have, but there’s no denying that the man has had a lot on his plate lately.

Not only is he over 80 years old and President of the United States, but Biden’s also running for reelection in one of the most pivotal elections in modern history. Oh, and as we all know, he’s dealing with an impeachment inquiry on top of it. An impeachment inquiry that stems from his son’s legal troubles and the Republican Party’s insistence that he somehow had something to do it.

But, much to the dismay of the Republican Party and those behind these fruitless efforts, it feels as though the impeachment hullaballoo might be coming to an end.

Tatyana Tandanpolie with Yahoo News writes:

“The impeachment inquiry House Republicans launched into President Joe Biden may not end with an impeachment vote, House Oversight Chair James Comer, R-Ky., admitted in a recent interview with Spectrum News.

Speaking to the news source last week, Comer indicated that the House holding a vote is decreasingly likely because the “math keeps getting worse” for the GOP, a statement reflecting Republican’s narrowing majority and internal skepticism about the merits of the investigation, Mediaite

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Lauren Elizabeth

Lauren is a writer & leftist with analysis on topics related to politics & policy. She can be reached at LaurenMartinchek@gmail.com or Twitter @xlauren_mx