President Joe Biden’s political career, and certainly his 2024 reelection bid, are in great jeopardy, according to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
The Georgia Republican told The Daily Caller in an interview on Thursday that the House Oversight Committee on which she sits may be able to obtain evidence that will “destroy” Biden’s reelection chances.
Her statement follows House Oversight Chairman James Comer’s (R-Ky.) recent warning, issued on Wednesday, that he intends to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress if the FBI continues to refuse compliance with a subpoena requesting an internal document.
Comer has set a deadline of May 30 for the FBI to comply, and if they fail to do so, he will pursue contempt proceedings against Wray.
The document under scrutiny, referred to as FD-1023, was brought to the committee’s attention by a whistleblower. According to Greene, the document allegedly contains information regarding a supposed exchange in which President Biden received funds from a foreign national in exchange for making foreign policy decisions during his time as vice president.
“If they hand over that form, the proof is there… It will literally show, not only to our country but the world, that [Biden] abused his powers as vice president in order to make money to enrich himself to make foreign policy decisions on behalf of the United States of America,” Greene told the outlet.
“You can not do that. That is highly illegal. I think it would lead to impeachment and also destroy his presidential campaign,” Greene said, adding that the document reportedly contains “direct pay-to-play evidence.”
“Joe Biden taking a cash payment from a foreign national in exchange for foreign policy decisions, which is a complete pay-to-play scheme that would lead to his impeachment. And if we had a just Department of Justice, should lead to him being prosecuted as well,” Greene noted further.
Greene also mentioned alleged “human sex trafficking” by Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.
“Some of them are Russian and Ukrainian and I think that leads us to be concerned about national security… what information could they have seen?” she said.