Impeachment Inquiry: Hypocrite Democrat Lawmaker Strikes Again 

After supporting the two politicized impeachments of former President Donald Trump, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) is now changing his tune on how impeachments should be handled.

Raskin, in a Wednesday interview on MSNBC’s “All In,” accused House Republicans of making a mockery of “making a mockery out of the Constitution” after the GOP-led House voted to authorize President Joe Biden’s impeachment inquiry. Despite multiple revelations pointing to the president’s involvement in his family’s influence-peddling and corrupt schemes, Raskin maintains that the GOP’s investigation into Joe Biden is “patently fraudulent and merit-less.”

“They got nothing else to do. There is literally no legislative program. They just want to cut off the people of Ukraine,” Raskin said. “They are not interested in humanitarian assistance to Ukraine or to people in Gaza or to helping people in Israel, none of it. They are not interested in any of it. It’s all about getting Donald Trump back into power. So, I agree with you, I am surprised too, because their investigation is so patently fraudulent and merit-less, but they don’t care.”

Raskin, who led Trump’s second impeachment, claimed House Republicans want to impeach Joe Biden to appease Trump.

“The real things to keep it going into the next year into the campaign season. So Donald Trump can say, ‘Yeah, I may have 91 federal and state felony charges against me. I may have been impeached twice for the last time for inciting a violent insurrection against my own government and my own vice president and the Constitution, but look at what is happening at Joe Biden. They are impeaching him,’” Raskin said. “There will be a trial, maybe it will be in the fall, right before the election. They’re voting for an impeachment inquiry for an event that can be defined. It’s making a mockery out of the Constitution.”

Raskin is notorious for covering up for the Bidens and has lied about the FBI’s file that alleged Joe and Hunter Biden took a $10 million bribe from Burisma owner. Raskin claimed the FBI did not investigate the allegation because the agency did not file the file credible.

Former Pittsburgh U.S. Attorney Scott Brady, whose team investigated the file, told the House Judiciary Committee that Raskin’s claims were false.

“My understanding of Mr. Raskin’s public statements is that, based on the determination that I, and my team, found the allegations in the 1023 not credible or other information not credible, we did not escalate the assessment to a limited or full investigation,” Brady told investigators. “That’s not true.”