‘Preposterous Answers’: Comer Expects Criminal Referrals In Biden Probe

UNITED STATES - NOVEMBER 16: Ranking member Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., speaks during the House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing on "Cracking Down on Ransomware: Strategies for Disrupting Criminal Hackers and Building Resilience Against Cyber Threats" on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 202. (Photo by Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer candidly admitted Friday night that House passage of impeachment articles against President Joe Biden won’t deliver any accountability to the first family because of a Democrat Senate blockade, and he is exploring other punishments such as criminal referrals that a future Justice Department could pursue for issues like false testimony to Congress.

“We can impeach, and we may impeach. But the Senate’s not going to convict,” Comer said in an interview with the Just the News No Noise television show. “So impeachment really doesn’t hold anyone accountable. I want accountability. And what I want to do is have criminal referrals.