Senator John Fetterman’s reaction to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy giving the go-ahead for an impeachment inquiry against Joe Biden is the weirdest thing you’ll watch today.

First, Fetterman acts like a child and puts his hands onto his head.

“Oh, it’s devastating,” he says before breaking out into laughter.

He then shakes his fingers at the reporter, saying “oohhhhhh, don’t do it. Please, don’t do it.”

Fetterman’s staffer then pulls him away from the reporter.

Watch the puzzling exchange:

Social media users reacted to Fetterman’s strange behavior:

How do we have public servants like this in the United States?

It’s a disgrace.

Fetterman’s befuddling reaction followed reports of Kevin McCarthy saying an impeachment inquiry is “logical next step” in their investigation into Joe Biden.

Kevin McCarthy Finally to Approve Launching Joe Biden Impeachment Inquiry

“House Republicans have uncovered serious and credible allegations into President Biden’s conduct. Taken together, these allegations paint a picture of a culture of corruption,” McCarthy said, according to the New York Post.

“They warrant further investigation by the House of Representatives. That’s why today I am directing our House committees to open a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden,” he added.

The New York Post reports:

Oversight Committee chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) and Judiciary Committee chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) will give a presentation Thursday to House Republicans outlining the case to launch the inquiry.

Comer and Jordan will detail Biden’s links to the dealings of Hunter Biden and first brother James Biden in countries such as China and Ukraine and the Biden administration’s alleged stonewalling of requests for information, two sources told The Post.

One source close to the developments said that it’s unclear when McCarthy will call a vote on the House floor to formally launch the inquiry.

McCarthy committed this month to such a floor vote, but some House Republicans urged focus to remain on pushing for spending cuts ahead of a government funding deadline on Sept. 30.


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