Georgia Republican and member of the House Oversight Committee, Marjorie Taylor Greene, told Newsmax that she doesn't just want an investigation into Biden, she wants to investigate his "co-conspirators."
Her remarks came hours after Tuesday's announcement from House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., that the lower chamber would be launching a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.
Speaking to "Eric Bolling The Balance" on the inquiry that poses to bring front and center to the American public evidence of the Biden family laundering money and propping up pay-for-play schemes with foreign actors, Greene says, "that's just the beginning."
There's "a lot more than Joe Biden we need to investigate; we need to investigate and uncover every single unelected bureaucrat that receives a taxpayer-funded paycheck that has covered up Joe Biden's crimes," Greene adds.
"I want a list of those names, Eric, because when we get President [Donald] Trump back in the White House, I want to make sure that we gut these agencies of these traitors within our federal government. And when we control the Department of Justice, I want to see them prosecuted if it's necessary."
When asked how much it would cost to buy off a president during an interview on the "Verdict with Ted Cruz," House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., said, "I would say at this point, probably $20 million."
The number stands in sharp contrast to the over $100 billion Ukraine has received since Russia invaded in February of 2022.
Nonetheless, the exact figure of the aid is unknown because the State Department, which had for 50 years published its World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers report annually, announced in late 2022 that it would cease doing so.
Last month, Comer released two memos (1,2) linking payments to the Biden family stemming from Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.
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