Jim Jordan and James Comer promised major developments in their Biden bribery conspiracy theories, but their testimony overturned his assertion.
Chad Pergram of Fox News tweeted:
2) The organizers hope to bring in an Archer today. But that didn’t happen. Fox was notified that the committee is now targeting Thursday. But it’s far from clear whether Archer will show up.
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) July 24, 2023
The latest big star witness from Jordan and Comer is convicted of securities fraud and conspiracy to commit security fraud in 2018.
As was the norm, Comer and Jordan promised big and talented. but at least time, their witnesses aren’t fugitives of justice on the run, so that’s an improvement.
There have been congressional investigations in the past that Republicans (Benghazi) failed to deliver or exaggerated, but rarely is an inquiry so incompetent and shady that it can’t get its witnesses to emerge.
The Biden bribe conspiracy was debunked during the Trump administration and has been debunked again in 2023, but House Republicans keep trying because they need a false equality between Biden and Trump, but it’s not happening. The failures kept piling up.
Republicans are running out of time. They have no proof that Biden did anything wrong, and conspiracy theories won’t sway voters when the Republican nominee is a man likely to face about 100 criminal charges.
The investigation into Biden has fallen apart, and there just isn’t enough political glue in the universe to put it back together.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also the White House Press Pool and Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor of Political Science degree. His postgraduate work focuses on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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