Iowa’s U.S. House Delegation Votes For Biden Impeachment Inquiry

Washington DC — The four Republicans who represent Iowa in the US House have voted to launch an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.

Second district Congresswoman Ashley Hinson of Marion says there are credible allegations that may connect Biden to his son Hunter’s business dealings.

Hinson says the impeachment inquiry gives the House Judiciary Committee a stronger legal position as it seeks access to some materials.

Third district Congressman Zach Nunn of Bondurant says the inquiry gives congress the power to effectively conduct oversight of the Executive Branch.

Nunn says he went to congress to hold DC politicians accountable and the inquiry will show whether the president’s conduct merits impeachment.

Fourth district Congressman Randy Feenstra of Hull says Biden has been uncooperative and evasive with congressional committees and the impeachment inquiry brings congress one step closer to uncovering the facts about the Biden family’s foreign business dealings. First district Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks says she was proud to support the impeachment inquiry, which she says it the next necessary step in the methodical process Republicans have taken to investigating the president. Biden says Republicans are choosing to waste time on a baseless political stunt rather than focusing on the urgent work that congress needs to get done.