“There are instruments so dangerous to the rights of the nation and which place them so totally at the mercy of their governors that those governors, whether legislative or executive, should be restrained from keeping such instruments on foot but in well-defined cases. Such an instrument is a standing army.”

- Thomas Jefferson, 1789

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In his first interview since his recent acquittal in an impeachment trial, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sat down with Tucker Carlson and made some startling revelations.

Paxton implicated the Biden administration in his impeachment proceedings, stating that two of the four lawyers involved in the investigation were from the Department of Justice in Washington.

House Republicans are taking their next official steps in their impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden by preparing a hearing and subpoenas to members of the Biden family, as well as scheduling the first hearing in the investigation for September 28.

A committee spokesperson told CNN that the hearing will focus on the constitutional and legal questions Republicans are raising about Biden.

There is good reason for Biden and his allies to be worried about the House impeachment probe. For years, Americans have heard about the growing allegations that implicate Biden, his son Hunter, and other members of his family. There appears to be a mountain of evidence that could have Joe not only impeached, but convicted of serious crimes.

I recently wrote a column about five facts that justified the start of an impeachment inquiry.

While I have stressed that I do not believe that there is currently sufficient evidence for an actual impeachment, I am mystified by the claim that there is not ample evidence to warrant an inquiry into possible impeachable offenses.

In a significant development, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been acquitted of 11 out of 16 articles of impeachment by the Texas Senators.

The move comes after a series of allegations were leveled against Paxton, leading to his impeachment trial.

Paxton, a stalwart in the fight against what some perceive as a Democrat-Marxist onslaught in Texas, has been a target of both Democrats and some Republicans within his own party. His staunch conservative stance has earned him both admiration and animosity in equal measure.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview Friday that Thursday’s indictment of Hunter Biden was a “face-saving exercise” for a Department of Justice (DOJ) under increasing scrutiny and revealed the ‘key facts’ that House Republicans will rely on as they begin their impeachment inquiry.

A verdict was returned on Saturday in the impeachment trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. Lt. Governor Dan Patrick presided over the hearing. Paxton was brought up on 16 counts of impeachment. A conviction on one article would mean impeachment. The Texas AG needed 10 state senators out of 31 to vote to acquit. 

It never fails that when a Democrat’s back is up against the wall, the mainstream media rushes to run interference for them by echoing (or sometimes inventing) talking points in their defense.

For every Americans, it is important for the members of the judicial system to be impartial and not influenced by outside money sources. This is especially true for judges who make rulings that affect the lives of not only individuals but often large portions of society.

When a judge steps outside the circle of impartiality there must be accountability. Republicans in this Midwest state believe an elected judge at the highest level may have stepped far outside that circle and the problem needs to be resolved.

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