Friday, Florida Republican Representative Greg Steube filed four articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden.
According to Fox News, Steube’s action comes as “several congressional committees are building a multipronged case to remove Biden from office.”
The Florida congressman stated in a caustic statement that he believes the “building” process is taking too long.
“It’s long past time to impeach Joe Biden,” Steube said. “He has undermined the integrity of his office, brought disrepute on the Presidency, betrayed his trust as President, and acted in a manner subversive of the rule of law and justice at the expense of America’s citizens.
“The evidence continues to mount by the day — the Biden Crime Family has personally profited off Joe’s government positions through bribery, threats, and fraud. Joe Biden must not be allowed to continue to sit in the White House, selling out our country.”
Additionally, Steube detailed the four articles of impeachment he was filing.
The initial article alleges power abuse.
According to Steube, Biden’s son Hunter “sold access” to the vice president during the Obama administration and even “promised access” to a potential Biden administration prior to the 2020 election.
These allegations have plagued the president for years, but they have recently acquired momentum as evidence of his involvement with Hunter’s business activities has emerged.
The second article of impeachment is founded on the testimony of IRS whistleblowers and alleges obstruction of justice.
Steube accused the Biden team of colluding with the Department of Justice to “improperly interfere with investigations into tax crimes alleged to have been committed by Hunter Biden.”
The fourth and final article of impeachment alleges “financial involvement in [drugs] and prostitution.”
Steube claimed that between 2010 and 2019, “thousands of dollars of Biden family money was spent on illegal drug transactions and prostitution.”
According to Fox, Steube’s articles have “jumped ahead of at least four GOP-led committee investigations pursuing avenues to impeach Biden or his top officials.”
Friday, the Florida Republican introduced a second piece of legislation targeting the first family.
In a separate press release, Steube declared that he will introduce a bill in response to what he termed the “failed” investigation into the presence of cocaine in the White House by the United States Secret Service.
“It’s completely unacceptable that the USSS has failed to find who is responsible for bringing cocaine into one of the most secure buildings in the world,” Steube said. “The American people deserve answers.
“My legislation demands information on the closed investigation into the cocaine found at the White House in July and focuses on how Congress can provide oversight to prevent future illicit usage of controlled substances in the White House.”
In an obvious nod to the first son’s well-documented history of drug abuse, Steube is calling it the “Helping Understand Narcotics Traces at the Executive Residence Act,” or the HUNTER Act.