House Judiciary Committee Republicans were pleased to hear from Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) that an impeachment investigation on President Joe Biden was on the table.
Reports show House investigators found wire transfers to the Biden family while Joe Biden was Vice President. His son Hunter Biden made money demands to CCP-linked authorities while he was “sitting” next to his father. Evidence, including texts, whistleblower testimony, and an FBI informant, implicate President Joe Biden as part of the family’s business.
Members of Congress revealed that they back McCarthy’s threat, while some are impatient with him for not acting faster. Others have stated that all of the Biden Administration should be impeached.
According to a Rasmussen Reports survey, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has the highest approval rating of any leader member of Congress.
According to a poll conducted from July 12–17, 42% of probable voters had a “favorable” opinion of McCarthy, while 41% had a “unfavorable” one. A further 17 percent had mixed feelings towards him.
The poll also shows that the net favorability rating of Hakeem Jeffries (NY), the minority leader of the Democrats in the House of Representatives, is -1.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) replaced outgoing House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and has received support from 34% of voters, disapproval from 35%, and indecision from 31%.
Mitch McConnell, the minority leader in the Senate, has a meager approval rating.
McConnell, who suddenly froze for a minute at a news conference on Thursday and had to be led away, has a favorable approval rating of only 26%. Of those polled, just 6% described their opinion of him as “very favorable.” On the other hand, 64% have an unfavorable opinion of him, with just 10% being neutral.
Democrat Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is likewise experiencing a net unfavorable rating. Three-and-a-half percent of people have a positive impression of him, while fifty-two percent have a negative impression, and eleven percent have no opinion.