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Biden Hires White Collar Crime Attorney. Is He Anticipating Charges Or Impeachment If The GOP Takes Back Both Houses?

Biden Hires White Collar Crime Attorney. Is He Anticipating Charges Or Impeachment If The GOP Takes Back Both Houses?

We have heard the leadership of the GOP say if they win back both houses with the mid-term elections, they will not look towards an impeachment, but it looks like Biden is shoring up his defense ahead of time. With the expected red wave coming with this election, one would imagine the Left is nervous, and so is the Biden White House; they are worried that what they tried multiple times with Trump could come back to them.

The New York Times reported that Biden and his White House counsel, Dana Remus, have hired attorney Richard A. Sauber to “[lay] the groundwork to defend against an expected onslaught of oversight investigations by congressional Republicans.”

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The New York Times reported that Biden and his White House counsel, Dana Remus, have hired attorney Richard A. Sauber in order to “[lay] the groundwork to defend against an expected onslaught of oversight investigations by congressional Republicans.”

The Times noted that Biden has already been meeting with his lawyers “for months to work out potential divisions of labor between White House lawyers and outside counsel.”

Biden wants to avoid any situation “that could inadvertently undermine executive and attorney-client privilege,” the outlet said.

All this is showing is Biden, at this point, is being careful to separate personal lawyers from White House ones due to government oversight.

One wonders if Dr. Fauci is nervous as well, considering he was caught lying to congress, something they could, under GOP control, bring under investigation, in addition to the Hunter Biden issue, kickbacks to Biden himself, we could be looking at a change of directions of investigation towards all things Trump under the Democrats to finally taking a look at possible Biden family corruption.

We have heard GOP leaders telling us that if they win back both houses, they will look at the impeachment of Biden, but I ask, “Why not?” The Democrats were looking at this against Trump before he even took office, set up illegal spying, then tried to say they should impeach him, not for any crime, just because they did not like him. They spent over half his term with a special council of anti-Trumpers trying to set him and his family up, but in the end, they came up empty-handed.

We have more of the usual by-the-weak leadership displayed by the GOP; they are trying to take the high road against Democrats who have no problem running to the swamp and throwing mud at them. I hate to break it to them, but sometimes you have to go into the swamp, drag out the swamp things, and expose them to the world. Doing nothing encourages them to do more; the best way to stop a bully is to confront them; most times takes you man-handling them, so they know there will be a reaction to their actions.

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These investigations should not stop with the Bidens; there should be one on the chain of command on January Sixth. There have been investigations if Trump orchestrated the riots, but no one is asking why the cops fired flashbangs into the crowd that started the riots off. We need to know why there were not more troops when there is evidence they were asked for; who gave the order not to do this? And why were there reporters waiting to interview people as they entered the capital, who placed them there, and how could they have known beforehand that this would happen? Was it all part of a plan? If so, who was behind it? This would and should be looked at as sedition.

There are so many questions that need to be answered; if the GOP does not act on this, then we are left with few options – either ignore them doing nothing, replace these dead beats with someone that will act, or look to putting a new party in place, one that will work for we-the-people, and not special interests.

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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