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Dem Rep. Makes Fox Instantly Regret Asking Him About Biden 'Impeachment' In Hilarious Clip

Rep. Jared Moskowitz took a Fox News question about the Biden 'impeachment' inquiry to profusely mock James Comer for having nothing to show for it.

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Florida Democratic Representative Jared Moskowitz shut down Fox News' question about the GOP's impeachment efforts against President Joe Biden by mocking House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer for having nothing to show for it after an 11-month investigation.

The inquiry, which has baselessly accused Biden of influence peddling, has been praised by members of the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus, who have repeatedly attempted to link the President to his son Hunter's business deals. The younger Biden has been the subject of GOP-led investigations into his business interests and in September was indicted on federal gun charges for which a trial is now underway.

Moskowitz was stopped by a Fox News reporter who asked him the following question:

"Where are we with the impeachment investigation? It started 11 months ago."

Moskowitz then offered the following sarcastic response addressing Comer directly:

"Is that still going on? It's going great for Comer. I mean, everything I read, it's just going so well for him."
"James, just keep doing what you're doing. It's going great."

You can watch the exchange in the video below.

Many appreciated Moskowitz's response—and joined him in mocking Comer.

Fox News has previously described the burden of proof in the impeachment inquiry as "irrelevant," a declaration echoed by Comer in remarks to the network last year. Which is a convenient excuse when you don't have any evidence of criminality.

Comer came under fire after he admitted the ongoing investigation into the president's family members and their finances is aimed at helping former President Donald Trump win the presidency in 2024. At the time, he opined that "the media is looking around, scratching their head, and they’re realizing that the American people are keeping up with our investigation.”

Comer was similarly criticized after he claimed during a Fox News interview that a key "informant" on the Biden administration's alleged corruption mysteriously vanished, casting a cloud of uncertainty over the GOP's ongoing probe.

During the interview, host Maria Bartiromo pressed Comer about the evidence he possessed pertaining to President Joe Biden's alleged corruption, specifically inquiring about the whistleblowers he previously claimed existed. She also sought information on an informant who allegedly provided the Congressman with vital information.

The so-called informant was later arrested by the FBI for lying and has since admitted to passing on false information about the Bidens based on Russian intelligence sources.