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Joy Reid Says it’s ‘Disturbing’ that Republicans Want to Investigate Hunter Biden, Others

'After a week of Republicans proving they are not fit to govern, as we speak they’re dealing with the basics of organizing Congress... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) During her Monday monologue, Joy Reid of MSNBC claimed that it is “disturbing” that Republicans are so interested in investigating the shady activities of first son Hunter Biden.

According to the Daily Caller, Reid was discussing Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s hard-won gain of the House Speaker’s seat and claimed that he made concessions to far-Right extremists in order to obtain the power.

“After a week of Republicans proving they are not fit to govern, as we speak they’re dealing with the basics of organizing Congress,” Reid said.

“Just moments ago, passing a new house rules package for MAGA extremists,” she added. “It includes a new rule allowing one member to force a vote of no confidence in the speaker, along with steep spending cuts and changes to rules on raising the debt limit.”

Reid insisted that looking into these things is “disturbing,” and called the House GOP a “kangaroo court.”

“Meanwhile, the investigations that Republicans are preparing to launch are equally disturbing,” she added. “Among them, what could only be called a Kangaroo court that will soon target the Department of Justice and the FBI, the president’s son, Hunter Biden, and judiciary subcommittee on quote ‘weaponization of the federal government.’”

Other investigations that Republicans want to initiate include looking into America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, the origins of the COVID virus and the actions of Dr. Anthony Fauci throughout the pandemic.

Many Twitter users were disturbed by Reid’s take, and called her out on it.

The House also passed a rules package that would allow a single member to vacate the chair, a requirement that tax increases must receive 60% of the House’s support before becoming law and allows Representatives to have 72 hours to read bills.

Republicans are also creating a subcommittee under the House Judiciary Committee which will investigate politicians weaponization of the federal government.

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