GOP plots onslaught of Biden probes in the run-up to 2024

(CNN) Members of the far right are already agitating to launch impeachment proceedings against President Joe Biden if the GOP is in power in Congress next year.
And Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, who could be in line to chair a key subcommittee if the GOP is in power, echoed a similar sentiment.
Johnson, who has downplayed Trump's role in the attack, said: "My questions by and large have not been answered."
That fight escalated on Wednesday when committee members asked House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to voluntarily meet and provide information about his communications with Trump.
"We've called for that for a long time," Jordan said of an investigation into the 2020 election.
Launching an all-out assault on Biden also risks backfiring for a GOP majority if it is perceived by voters as overreaching.
Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, a GOP member of the January 6 committee who is on the outs with her conference over her battles with Trump, rejected the calls to investigate the 2020 election.
That's just a natural rhythm of politics," said Rep. Tom Cole of Oklahoma, the top Republican on the House Rules Committee.
Comer, the likely next chairman of the House Oversight Committee, is also interested in looking into the origins of the coronavirus as well as the botched Afghanistan pullout -- and has already made document preservation requests on both fronts.
Revisiting the 2020 election will also become a focal point among some Republicans, though the GOP is not united on how to dig into Trump's lies over a stolen election.
He also signaled support for looking into the 2020 election, a sentiment shared by his fellow Freedom Caucus members.
Asked about her views of Jordan wielding a gavel in a GOP majority, Cheney said the Ohio Republican should worry about the situation before him now.