Huckabee’s Warns GOP

( – While many conservative Americans have been eager for President Joe Biden’s impeachment by the House majority, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has issued a warning against it, predicting it would be a “political disaster” for Republicans.

During an interview with Real America’s Voice on Monday, Huckabee emphasized the futility of pursuing impeachment in the House, given its unlikely progression in the Senate.

“To impeach Joe Biden in the House, knowing it’s not going to go to the Senate — there’s no point. All it becomes is a political disaster,” said the Baptist minister who ran for the GOP presidential nomination in 2008 and 2016.

Huckabee advised Republicans to refrain from moving to impeach President Biden unless they secure support from some Democrats, The Washington Times reports.

He emphasized that, in the absence of bipartisan support, the Republican Party should concentrate on a strategy that enhances their electoral prospects.

“[Republicans should] focus on a message that gets us elected and reminding people how much better off they were when Donald Trump was president than they have been since Joe Biden has taken the reins,” the former Arkansas governor insisted.

“Until that happens, the best thing Republicans can do is keep dribbling out the information of Joe’s ties to the Communist Chinese Party and business deals,” he argued further.

The context for these remarks stems from the impeachment inquiry launched against President Biden by former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) in September.

McCarthy initiated the inquiry based on investigations into the Biden family, which he claimed revealed a “culture of corruption.”

The primary focus of this inquiry is to determine President Biden’s involvement, if any, in his son Hunter’s foreign business dealings during his tenure as vice president.

Support for the inquiry has been echoed by Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA), who declared his “full and unwavering support” for it earlier this month.

He lauded the efforts of House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan of Ohio, House Oversight Chair James Comer of Kentucky, and Ways and Means Committee Chair Jason Smith of Missouri for their roles in conducting the inquiry.

In response to these allegations and the ongoing inquiry, President Biden has consistently maintained that he was not involved in his son Hunter’s business dealings.