Republican Rep. Jack Kingston of Georgia, who is currently vying for the Senate nomination in a runoff in Georgia, suggested two weeks ago he was open to impeaching President Obama.
Speaking with a local radio program Kingston said, “Congress is going to start looking at it (impeachment) very seriously.” Kingston added that Congress “could go in that direction,” citing growing frustration with the president’s use of executive authority.
Here’s the audio of the interview which was first noted by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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