But one House Republican who expressed reservations about impeachment said he supported the inquiry after it was announced. NBC News reported Monday that Republican Rep. Don Bacon of Nebraska, who had previously said it was “too early” to probe allegations of corruption by the president, had shifted his tone. “If there’s a high crime or misdemeanor, well, let’s get the facts,” he told the network. “I don’t think it’s healthy or good for our country,” the congressman said. “So I wanted to set a high bar. I want to do it carefully. I want to do it conscientiously, do it meticulously.” Now the stage has been set by McCarthy. “But it’s been done,” Bacon said. “So, at this point, we’ll see what the facts are.” This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
House Republicans have been investigating the President for 9 months, and they’ve turned up no evidence of wrongdoingHis own GOP members have said so He vowed to hold a vote to open impeachment, now he flip flopped because he doesn’t have support Extreme politics at its worst — Ian Sams (@IanSams46) September 12, 2023