Biden Might Be in Trouble – What’s Happening?
In a surprise move that’s causing a lot of commotion in politics, Speaker Kevin McCarthy has started something called an “impeachment inquiry” against President Joe Biden. This is a big deal, and it’s happening right as the House of Representatives gets back to work after a break.
Now, you might be wondering, what’s this “impeachment inquiry,” and why is it such a big deal? Well, let’s break it down!
An impeachment inquiry is like when someone wants to investigate the President. It’s like when you have a question about something, and you want to find out the truth. In this case, some people in the government want to look into President Biden’s actions really closely to see if he did something wrong.
They’re saying they won’t help the government pay for things unless their demands are met. So, Speaker McCarthy thought maybe starting this inquiry could make them happy and help with the money problems.
The people in this group have some things they care a lot about. They want more security at the borders, they want to change how the Department of Justice works, and they don’t like some of the things happening in the Pentagon (a big part of our military). They call these Pentagon things “woke” policies.
There’s another group called the Freedom Caucus, and they’re also part of this big political drama. Even though they think it would be cool to impeach President Biden, they’re saying, “Hold on! Let’s not mix up this inquiry with the money problems.” They want to deal with both things separately.
Now, Speaker McCarthy has a tough choice to make. He has to decide if he wants to agree with the hard-line conservatives and make a spending plan that has the things they want, even if it’s not what everyone else wants. Or, he could risk a government shutdown if they can’t agree.
So, there you have it, a big piece of news happening in our country’s government. We’ll be watching closely to see what happens next and how it might affect President Biden’s time in office and the money decisions our government makes. Stay tuned for more updates!