CHARLIE KIRK (HOST): So, we're not going to knock Joe Biden out of office by doing these impeachment proceedings. Democrats hold the Senate and they have to do a trial. The only reason to impeach Biden is just for the symbolism of it and of course, there is an argument to be made to force the press to cover the evidence and the allegations against the Biden crime family, that's fine, but the only victory if it happens to produce to a political advantage. That's it.
Now, it might not happen. It might not happen for a long time. The 2024 election is looming over us right now and the big news is that we are now going to move forward with impeachment, but if I'm looking at this without any emotionalism, it feels like, in some ways, it's too little, too late. This fight should have started around February or March. Why is all of a sudden is it bubbling up now when we have the most consequential funding fight of a generation? Do not keep your eyes off that -- do not take your eyes off that, everybody. It's that old Latin phrase cui bono, who benefits from the impeachment inquiry, which itself is not even impeachment.
Why the sudden urgency? The answer is obvious. Moderate Republicans don't want to cut Jack Smith's funding. Moderate Republicans don't want to limit Zelenskyy's funding. Moderate Republicans don't want to close the border. So a concession they're making is oh, just throw the right-wingers on The Charlie Kirk Show, on Steve Bannon, on Jack Posobiec, throw them a little bit of a bone where they have an impeachment inquiry. They're trying to make you care about 9/30 less. That's what this is all about. They're trying to get a clean resolution as a deal for an impeachment inquiry. I don't think that's a good deal at all.