Seems like it.
From the AJC: Speaking to the Aaron McCready show:
Kingston: Not a day goes by when people don’t talk to us about impeachment. I don’t know what rises to that level yet, but I know that there’s a mounting frustration that a lot of people are getting to and I think Congress is going to start looking at it very seriously.
McCready: Well, if this lawsuit, and I said this in the first half of the show. I’m concerned about this lawsuit because, and first of all, I agree that the president needs to be held accountable. But with this lawsuit, by the time there’s any resolution in it, he’ll be out of office, so is this maybe the first step to issue articles of impeachment?
Kingston: You know, it could go in that direction if there was a big discussion. I mean, I think it’s possible, it keeps getting worse and worse. It could go in that direction.
I was super excited that the Republican primary left us with two semi-reasonable candidates of which I preferred Congressman Kingston. Having said that, these past couple weeks are making me rethink my initial feelings of relief at the outcome. Jack Kingston is currently a member of the House of Representatives and as such he’d need to vote on Articles if Impeachment. So his opinion is one of the few that truly matter on the subject. From the above, it seems as though he’d consider it. Whatever one’s views of the decisions and tone of the White House, it is an extreme point of view to think the President has committed a High Crime or Misdemeanor such that he needs to be tried for it and expelled from office. The Senate is the more deliberative body – one would hope Kingston would cool this rhetoric instead of increase speculation. Or maybe he just supports Joe Biden for President?