Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene, who regularly shares conspiracy theories online, has filed articles of impeachment against new President Joe Biden.
Greene - best known for spreading meritless theories about QAnon, 9/11, and voter fraud - on Friday said the newly inaugurated President was "unfit to hold the office", having shown a "pattern of abuse of power as President Obama's vice-President". She also accused Biden's son, Hunter, of corruption.
According to The Hill, previous investigations into corruption allegations against the Biden family have found no evidence of wrongdoing by the new President.
Following the impeachment of Donald Trump last week, Greene told US media that she was planning to file impeachment articles. They won't move forward, however, as the Democrats control the US House of Representatives and won't seek to impeach their Democratic President.
Greene gained attention before her election last year for spreading theories about QAnon, a disproven far-right conspiracy that suggests Trump is fighting against a deep state cabal of pedophiles who run a global child sex-ring.
On Friday, CNN published an article fact-checking 11 false tweets Greene has sent out in the last month alone, including claiming that Trump supporters didn't have enough time to listen to both his January 6 rally and attack the Capitol and that there was "mass voter fraud" at the last election. Asked for a response to the article, her office said: "CNN is fake news".
Greene was one of more than 130 Republicans who challenged the US election results on the day the Capitol was attacked.
Trump was impeached for his role in inciting that riot. Among the House Representatives who voted to impeach him were 10 Republicans.
It's still unclear when the impeachment articles will be sent to the Senate for a trial. It was reported on Friday that Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell wants to delay the trial to February.