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January 1, Congresswoman Clashes with ABC Anchor over Biden’s Impeachment Inquiry



In a heated confrontation, Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) stood firm against ABC News anchor Jonathan Karl, accusing him of overlooking substantial evidence while discussing the impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.

The clash unfolded on ABC News’ “This Week,” where Mace faced questions about the criticism from fellow Republican, Rep. Ken Buck, who opposes the inquiry. Mace was quick to put aside Buck’s apprehensions, asserting “the facts are everywhere.”

Mace highlighted various forms of evidence, including text messages, emails, witnesses, whistleblowers, meetings, phone calls, and dinners. “You can’t say, ‘Hey, there’s a little bit of smoke, we’re not going to follow the fire,'” she stated, emphasizing the necessity of pursuing the truth.

Mace also underscored the importance of expanded subpoena powers provided by the inquiry.

“I want the bank records of Joe Biden. All of that should be on the table to prove out the allegations in the reports,” she explained, referring to claims involving substantial sums of money and bribery, which, according to Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution, could be grounds for impeachment.

Karl counterargued, insisting repeatedly there is “no evidence” to support the allegations against Biden, a point Mace contested vehemently.

“There are witnesses. The 1023 form,” she responded, “There is evidence. You can’t say that there’s no evidence when there is evidence.”

Mace seemed astounded by Karl’s insistent denials and took a moment to remind him of the crucial role journalists played during the Nixon era, holding politicians accountable.

“It was the media and journalists when Nixon was going down that helped do that investigation, helped bring down the president when he broke the law,” Mace reflected.

She emphasized the visible shift in journalism standards, observing that media now seems to “deny that there’s evidence. It’s everywhere.”

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has often pointed out that the impeachment inquiry is a tool granting lawmakers broader powers to delve into whether Biden has engaged in corrupt activities to financially benefit his family.

While this doesn’t necessarily mean impeachment proceedings will follow, it does enable lawmakers to trace the “smoke” alluded to by Mace.

Interestingly, Karl’s staunch stance on the lack of evidence against Biden comes after the White House reportedly sent talking points to the media, instructing them to underplay any evidence that has been unveiled.

What We Think

What we’re witnessing here is not just a heated debate but a stark reminder of the role that media ought to play in holding our leaders accountable. Nancy Mace’s staunch stance against Jonathan Karl’s claims serves as a wake-up call, urging us to question whether we are being presented with the complete truth.

There’s an evident shift in how media handles evidence and accountability compared to the times of Nixon. This conversation is crucial, especially when significant accusations of bribery are on the line.

Whether or not the impeachment proceedings go forth, our nation deserves transparency, accountability, and truth from both our politicians and the media.

As our loyal readers, we encourage you to share your thoughts and opinions on this issue. Let your voice be heard and join the discussion below.




  1. Thomas

    September 27, 2023 at 3:16 pm

    The lame stream media has thier Man in place and they are defending the Buffoon to th hilt. He’s their OBAMA replacement.

  2. WKenobi

    September 27, 2023 at 3:20 pm

    Karl is still promoting his book as factual and can’t have contrary stories about Biden interfering with his sales. ABC is the most partisan of all news media.

    • John

      September 27, 2023 at 3:49 pm

      Actually, he’s the bath houses Barry’s selected chicom bribum sock puppet.And he’s on camera, bragging how he got the Ukraine prosecutor fired who was looking into his crackhead son hunter. This was when he was V.P. Threatening to with hold a billion dollars from them. So the corrupt media can lie all they want. The facts are there.Comer has a bunch of bank records.

  3. Lloyd G Songy

    September 27, 2023 at 4:14 pm

    There is no investigative media today. They get their marching orders from their home office and their off. There’s also no integrity. There was a time when being a reporter meant something important, now it’s just a paycheck and a joke.

  4. Donald Cook

    September 27, 2023 at 4:21 pm

    ABC is so WOKE, I have cut way back on their shows. I hate Sports and they seem to push that.

    • Lynley

      September 27, 2023 at 4:53 pm

      Time to look at Rep. Ken Buck‘s finances to see if he is another millionaire on a congressman’s salary. I believe everyone of them running in 2024 needs to be financially vetted for the people to know exactly what their situation is, greed with anything goes income or a person of integrity who will serve the country before him or her self.

  5. Ron C

    September 27, 2023 at 5:01 pm

    Time and time again the so-called News media, proves they have devolved into the propaganda arm of the democrat party, every time they take their talking points from the democrat party! It becoming ever clearer they are NOT journalists!

  6. Ruth Ann

    September 27, 2023 at 8:26 pm

    Jonathan Karl’s bias is so evident and has been for sometime. In my opinion his biased reporting should not be allowed. Especially since he is promoting his book!

  7. john b hewett jr

    September 29, 2023 at 8:11 am

    What the media and the demorats can’t get through their thick skulls is that this is an impeachment inquiry. As Turley testified, the inquiry is to unearth the facts. If enough facts exist, then articles of impeachment can be drawn up. I believe Christmas garland needs to be impeached because his DOJ slow-walked hunter biden’s tax fraud cases by delaying and obstructing investigators. These investigators found evidence connecting hunter and joe to Ukraine corruption but the DPJ wouldn’t bring charges until the statute of limitations had expired on the charges.

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