Megyn Kelly gave CNN a reality check for this scheme to protect Joe Biden

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The Biden crime family’s influence-peddling scandal is inching closer to Joe Biden.

The media is working overtime to keep it under wraps.

And Megyn Kelly gave CNN a reality check for this scheme to protect Joe Biden.

The House Oversight Committee investigation into the Biden crime family is pulling back the curtain on their influence-peddling racket.

The momentum to impeach President Joe Biden is growing after a mountain of evidence revealed that he was knee-deep in his son’s foreign business deals.

The evidence is so overwhelming that one of the biggest RINOs in Congress went on CNN and signaled her support for an impeachment inquiry.

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) was interviewed by CNN host Kaitlan Collins when she dropped a bombshell about the Bidens’ financial records.

“We can’t share the SAR [Suspicious Activity Reports] reports because they’re confidential and that would be against the law. So we have to prove via other means, via the bank records, for example. If that gets us Joe Biden’s bank records, then I’m going to support,” Mace told Collins. “The kind of money that was involved in these schemes is astounding. You would be shocked. You would blush Kaitlin if you knew — if you’d seen what I’d seen.”

Collins took a passive approach to the interview and avoided trying to draw any more details out of Mace.

Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly demolished Collins for failing to probe for more information about the bombshell claims by Mace on her SiriusXM show.

“If you watch the whole interview, all Kaitlan Collins does—she’s worked for The Daily Caller,” Kelly said. “What happened to her natural sense of inquiry on something like this?”

Collins was the White House correspondent for the conservative website The Daily Caller before she turned to the dark side at CNN.

“All she did was say, ‘What’s your new evidence? What’s the evidence? There’s nothing new.’ What kind of reporter doesn’t say, ‘I see what you’re telling me. There’s smoke and you want to figure out whether there’s fire?'” Kelly added.

Collins avoided pressing Mace, a member of House Oversight, during her interview because she didn’t want to do any digging.

The media wants to bury the scandal to keep it from damaging the President heading into his reelection campaign.

Kelly explained how she would have handled the interview to get more information out of Mace.

“You’re trying to tell me that the things you’ve seen—that I’m not allowed to see because they’re confidential—have you deeply alarmed,” Kelly said. “Probe a little, on a scale of 1 to 10? How alarmed are you? Was it one report or was it multiple? Help us dig to figure out why Nancy Mace, who’s not a fire-breather, is clearly animated about this and 100% wants the inquiry to begin.”

The media will be falling all over themselves to protect Joe Biden as impeachment talk begins to heat up.