This video explains why the Obama Impeachment bill is at the House Judiciary.
It’s not being reported on mainstream news.
If you’re curious how impeachment works:
Traditionally, the impeachment process begins with the House Judiciary Committee holding hearings. If the committee then passes an impeachment resolution and accompanying articles of impeachment, those go to the full House. And if the resolution and articles are approved (by a simple majority), the president is impeached, the equivalent of being formally charged. That is the first step of a two-step process. There is then a trial in the Senate, with members of the House serving as prosecutor and the chief justice serving as judge. If the Senate finds the president guilty of any of the articles of impeachment by a two-thirds vote he is removed from office and the vice president immediately assumes the presidency.