House Republicans' impeachment inquiry into President Biden continues to dig up more damning information. The latest case shows First Son Hunter Biden began a series of monthly payments to his father Joe through his firm Owasco PC beginning in 2018. As a result, Representative Cory Mills (R-FL) said he was "fully in support" of starting a formal impeachment proceeding against the President in a recent appearance on the Kimberly Guilfoyle Show.
More to the point, Rep. Mills said he "thought there was enough circumstantial evidence for us to have gone through with the inquiry, to begin with, and start getting the necessary depositions in place." However, he acknowledged the necessity of electing Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) as holding up the process for a month after Representative Kevin McCarthy's (R-CA) ouster.
Nevertheless, Rep. Mills reiterated that he is "fully in support of impeaching Joe Biden for the crimes that he has actually committed," referencing the various dots found in the House's investigation, such as the $40,000 check derived from a $400,000 payment from the Chinese ("10% for the Big Guy") and the wire transfers listing the Biden Delaware residence as its beneficiary despite Hunter not living there at the time.
"All of these things paint a very grim picture when you think about how much money has been cycling through the Biden crime family from countries, like not just China, but Ukraine and Romania and many, many others who are not exactly a partner relationship or diplomatic tie to the United States, and so this is clear pay-for-play," Mills continued.
Hence, he believed this is why Biden has made decisions such as ignoring the southern border crisis while "he continues to send money abroad into these quagmire wars" and the weakness shown in the face of China.
The latter point was speculated on earlier this year by Representative Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) in June, who said Biden "is inconsistent in a lot of things, but he is pretty consistently helping Chinese interests."