Speaker McCarthy demolishes AP reporter over false report that House has 'no evidence' for Biden impeachment inquiry

"All I'm saying is, I would like to know answers to these questions, the American public ought to know. And that's what impeachment inquiry provides."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Thursday, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy demolished an AP reporter during a press brief surrounding the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. 

Associated Press reporter Farnoush Amiri had written a report stating that the investigation was launched "without evidence" and Speaker McCarthy was able to force the congressional reporter to admit the House had established enough evidence to support the inquiry.

While listing off a slew of evidence, McCarthy questioned Amiri on whether or not she believes that House has obtained enough evidence against President Biden and his alleged illegal foreign business dealings that would amount to an impeachment inquiry, which is to get further answers to questions.


Amiri indirectly confirmed the House has enough evidence by responding to McCarthy saying, "That's what the testimony said."

"What impeachment inquiry is to do is to get answers to questions," McCarthy said. "Are you concerned about all the stuff that was just recently learned? Do you have any concerns? Have you asked the White House any questions?"

Amiri: "Yes."

McCarthy asked whether she believed the President lied to the American public when he said he'd never talk to his son about business dealings, to which she responded, "I can't answer that."

McCarthy: "You can't answer that? Do you believe when they said the President went on conference calls. Do you believe that happened?"

Amiri: "That's what the testimony says."

McCarthy asked whether she believed "the president went to Cafe Milano and had dinner with the clients of Hunter Biden, who believes he got those clients because he was selling the brand."

Amiri replied, "That's what the testimony said."

"Do you believe Hunter Biden, when you saw the video of him driving a Porsche, that he got $143,000 to buy that Porsche the next day," McCarthy asked. "Do you believe that 3 million from the Russian oligarch that was transferred to the Shell companies that the Biden's controlled after the dinner from cafe Milano took place?"

Amiri said, "That's what the testimony said."

McCarthy: "Okay. Then I go back to do you think the president lied?"

Amiri: "But is that an impeachable, is lying and impeachable offense?"

McCarthy: "I'm not saying impeachment. All I'm saying is, I would like to know answers to these questions, the American public ought to know. And that's what impeachment inquiry provides."

On Tuesday, Speaker McCarthy announced an impeachment inquiry into President Biden over influence peddling, shady business deals, and alleged bribery.

In August, the House Oversight Committee revealed that they "identified $20 million in payments from foreign sources to the Bidens and their associates" and that Hunter Biden sold Vice President Joe Biden's influence as 'the brand.'"

The Oversight Committee alleged that several foreign oligarchs in countries such as Russia and Ukraine sent millions of dollars to shell companies associated with Hunter Biden and his business partner at the time, Devon Archer.

The amount of money that came from the several oligarchs totaled over $20 million and flowed into several different accounts associated with the Biden family.
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