Pelosi slams Biden impeach­ment inquiry: ‘If you have a dif­fer­ence of opin­ion, you just can’t be impeach­ing’

For­mer Speak­er of the House Nan­cy Pelosi (D‑CA) dis­missed the cur­rent Biden impeach­ment inquiry, say­ing Repub­li­cans have no grounds to do so based on what she views as a “dif­fer­ence of opin­ion.”
Pelosi has joined Demo­c­ra­t­ic law­mak­ers in call­ing the impeach­ment inquiry into Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s involve­ment in alleged for­eign mon­ey laun­der­ing and bribery schemes a “fake dis­trac­tion” from the loom­ing gov­ern­ment shut­down dead­line. While speak­ing with MSNBC host Jen Psa­ki, the for­mer House speak­er said she does not believe Repub­li­cans “have the courage” to see it through.

“They have no goods. They’ve been for months and months and months try­ing to make some kind of a charge,” Pelosi said. “I don’t think they will ever bring it to the floor. They won’t have the votes. Their mem­bers in dis­tricts that Pres­i­dent Biden won, not that they’re so fond Pres­i­dent Biden, but these vot­ers will say that that’s just not the right way to go.”
“If you have a dif­fer­ence of opin­ion, you just can’t be impeach­ing, impeach­ing,” she con­tin­ued. “On the oth­er hand, this is a fake dis­trac­tion, as you said. They don’t even have the courage to bring it to the floor.”
On Mon­day, the House Over­sight Com­mit­tee released the list of wit­ness for its first impeach­ment inquiry hear­ing to be held on Thurs­day. The wit­ness­es include Bruce Dubin­sky, …