America's White House is begging House GOP members to stop their impeachment inquiry subpoenas.
Because according to the White House, there's only one word to describe Republicans investigating Democrats:
I know that's infuriating, but don't shoot the messenger.
Those are the exact words from the White House, they are not mine.
According to the White House, the impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden is not valid, and administration officials have demanded that "House Republicans withdraw their subpoenas and interview requests."
Richard Stauber, special counsel to the president, recently claimed that the impeachment inquiry lacked "constitutional legitimacy."
According to Stauber, that's because the inquiry had not been brought up for a vote in the House. Rather, the inquiry was simply declared as fact by former Speaker Kevin McCarthy, a Republican from California.
The White House wrote a harsh letter to Republicans saying that they had zero evidence against Joe Biden or his family.
The White House said that the Republicans had pushed for subpoenas and interviews "despite the fact that, after a year of investigating, voluminous records and testimony from dozens of witnesses have refuted your baseless allegations about the President."
Except, we all know the claims aren't baseless.
We've seen the check from Joe Biden's brother.
We've seen the figures attached to Hunter Biden's art sales.
We've seen Hunter Biden sit on the board of a Ukrainian energy company in return for political favors.
We've seen Hunter Biden get away with gun AND tax crimes.
Still, Democrats apparently don't care about the truth.
"You also claim the mantle of an ‘impeachment inquiry’ knowing full well that the Constitution requires that the full House authorize an impeachment inquiry before a committee may utilize compulsory process pursuant to the impeachment power — a step the Republican House Majority has so far refused to take," Stauber said in the letter.
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