House Freedom Caucus members on Tuesday appeared eager for Speaker Kevin McCarthy to make good on his recent veiled impeachment threat against President Biden, and one member of the conservative group of GOP members said the leader’s words marked a “paradigm shift.”

“When he does speak to … impeachment, it carries a tremendous amount of weight. And that’s why I think the ground shifted on that a little bit when he opened up the door,” Rep. Bob Good, R-Va., said after a Freedom Caucus press conference on Tuesday. “I don’t think there’s any question that him speaking to that has caused a paradigm shift.”

After a series of hearings and briefings on alleged misconduct by Biden and his family, McCarthy said on Fox News’ “Hannity” Monday night, “This is rising to the level of impeachment inquiry, which provides Congress the strongest power to get the rest of the knowledge and information needed.” It’s the most direct comment the speaker has made about impeaching Biden so far, something the hardliners in his conference have been clamoring for since the House GOP took the majority this year.

Rep. Ralph Norman, R-S.C., suggested there would be “an uprising” against Biden if the House did not move forward with trying to remove him.

“Look, the evidence is mounting against this guy. Look at what he’s done,” Norman said. “What Donald Trump’s done with papers pales in comparison.”

Norman said there was a “difference of opinion” on whether to take such a severe step but dismissed the idea of risking an impeachment vote that fails.

“Some people think that what he’s done isn’t that bad. A lot of us in general – the public, it’s going to be an uprising against this guy, I think, at the end of the day.”