JUST IN: House Republicans Blindside Biden With New Impeachment Articles

The political landscape in the nation’s capital was jolted Thursday morning as House Republicans took direct aim at President Joe Biden, blindsiding his administration with new articles of impeachment related to his recent comments on U.S. military aid to Israel. Led by Rep. Cory Mills (R-FL) the GOP move comes in response to what lawmakers describe as a “quid pro quo” threat involving Israel’s military actions in Gaza.

Mills accused Biden of strong-arming Israel into a precarious position by leveraging offensive aid against their military strategy in the Gaza Strip. “The House has no choice but to impeach President ‘Quid pro Joe’ Biden,” Mills told Fox News Digital. “As Vice President, Biden was caught threatening to withhold funding and aid to Ukraine unless they fired the attorney general investigating Burisma, a company financially benefiting his son Hunter, not to mention the 10% share for ‘the big guy’ himself.”

Drawing a parallel to the impeachment proceedings against former President Donald Trump over the withholding of Ukraine aid, Mills said that Biden is pressuring “our biggest ally in the Middle East.” He added, “Joe Biden is pressuring Israel by pausing their funding that has already been approved in the House if they don’t stop all operations with Hamas. It’s a very clear message, ‘this for that.’”

Biden’s ultimatum surfaced in a CNN interview aired Wednesday night. He assured continued support for Israel’s defensive systems, like the Iron Dome, but warned that the U.S. would not supply offensive weapons should Israel escalate ground operations into Rafah. The densely populated city in southern Gaza is currently home to more than one million Palestinians displaced by the ongoing conflict.

“If they go into Rafah, I’m not supplying the weapons that have been used historically to deal with Rafah,” Biden said. “To deal with the cities, to deal with that problem.”

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