U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) just revealed how House Republicans plan to proceed with their impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden.
Mace did so during an appearance, over the weekend, on the Fox News Channel's Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo.
Mace's Fox appearance comes after House Republicans, last week, conducted their first public hearing regarding the impeachment inquiry.
At the hearing, the House Oversight Committee, of which Mace is a part - presented to the American people some of the evidence that they have gathered in their investigation of the Biden family, evidence that they say justifies a continuation of the impeachment inquiry into Biden.
The purpose of the impeachment "inquiry," as opposed to just an impeachment, is to discover whether or not there are sufficient grounds to impeach Biden. The answer remains unclear.
But, at the very least, House Republicans believe that they have already proved that the Biden family business was essentially selling access to Joe Biden given his position in the U.S. government. Biden and the Democrats, however, maintain that Biden did not wrong - or, at least, nothing impeachable.
Mace, on Sunday, gave a little preview of what to expect next in the impeachment inquiry.
The first day of the inquiry was just to have experts in tax law [and] constitutional investigations to show a baseline of what is legal and what is illegal behavior. In the future, in our next hearings, we will have firsthand witnesses and whistleblowers coming through to show that direct evidence.
So, the short answer is that we should expect more hearings with more evidence.
Mace implied that it is certainly possible. She did so when Bartiromo asked her to respond to the Democrats' claim that "there’s no direct line of money going directly to Joe Biden.”
Mace said that House investigators already "know" that Hunter Biden "complained that half of his salary went to his father." And, she said that House investigators "know that he only got these deals from China, Russia, Ukraine, Romania because of his father, because of his relationship and selling that access to Joe Biden."
Bartiromo, however, kept playing devil's advocate, asking Mace whether investigators have been able to find a "specific policy decision" that Biden made in exchange for money.
I have not had the ability to research that. I have been looking more at the LLCs, the bank records, all of the lies that Joe Biden has told, and what evidence we have so far in meetings, dinners, appointments, White House records, et cetera, phone messages, text messages, e-mails, et cetera, connecting the dots with Joe Biden.
So, there is clearly still more work to be done before Biden can be impeached. But, Mace suggested that, with more time, the "dots" will be "connected."