Oklahoma Republican Senator Markwayne Mullin joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to explain why House GOP leaders must tread carefully as they determine whether it is prudent to start an impeachment inquiry into President Biden over his alleged involvement in his son Hunter’s business dealings.

“Well, the appetite is actually pretty big. I mean, people want to do it, but we want to be cautious. Remember, the Constitution is very clear. It’s treason, high crime misdemeanor is really in bribery, or they’re really the only reasons why you can you can impeach somebody. And so what we I’ve told my colleagues on the House side who I’m still real good friends with, is if we’re going to impeach him, make sure you send the articles of impeachment that’s convictable because we have to convict him in the Senate and we don’t want to look like the Democrats did with Trump by playing politics. And by the way, those four cases have to be while he was in office as president. It doesn’t count before he was in office. So if it didn’t happen after he was elected president, it’s really hard to impeach him over those. In fact, I don’t think constitutionally speaking, we can do it. The act has to happen while he’s president. So that threshold is very high for a reason. But I think without question, most people want him out of office. But we’re kind of doing it like, oh, but they were stuck with Kamala Harris. And so it’s kind of a hard pill to swallow. But if he’s done something impeachable, we will impeach him. And we want to be able to convict him at the same time. And so let’s not do the exercise in the House unless it’s convictable.”

Senator Mullin also expresses his opposition to the return of mask mandates in certain parts of the country. To hear what else he had to say, listen to the podcast!