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🇺🇸 Congressman Jim Jordan: The Government Is Lying To Us About The Vaccines⁉️
"When the government told us that the vaccinated couldn’t get COVID19, was that a lie or a guess? "
Dr. Birx: “I don’t know.”
Rep. Jim Jordan
President Trump does nothing wrong. Has his house raided by the FBI.
Hunter Biden does everything wrong. And the FBI tries to shut down the case.
Jim Jordan says 14 FBI whistleblowers have come forward
More than a dozen FBI whistleblowers have come forward to Republican investigators in Congress, according to Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).
The congressman, who is the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, told Fox News host Trey Gowdy the number has risen to 14 after the FBI raid at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort.
Biden Builds a Border Wall, Just Not the One Americans Want
When it comes to his own personal safety, President Biden knows walls work, that’s why he’s having a security fence built around his Delaware home. Taxpayers may not be happy to learn, however, that it comes at their expense.
The cost of the fencing project around his $2.7 million home in Rehoboth Beach has jumped to nearly $500,000, according to Fox News. ...
Conservatives ripped the president for building a "wall" around his home but leaving the southern border wide open.
"So walls work at Joe Biden’s beach house, but not the southern border?" — Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) August 19, 2022
Jim Jordan Overrules Merrick Garland, Tells DOJ Officials to Exercise ‘Your Rights as Whistleblowers’
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has overruled Merrick Garland telling FBI and Department of Justice officials to ignore the attorney general’s guidance Garland and come forward as whistleblowers.
Jordan’s comments come in response to AG Garland reportedly issuing officials with a warning about speaking to members of Congress.
Garland sent a memo to Justice Department personnel reminding them of the DOJ’s policy of prohibiting communication with members of Congress.
The attorney general’s memo said all communication with Congress must be handled by the Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA) and that “no department employee may communicate with Senators, Representatives, congressional committees, or congressional staff without advance coordination, consultation, and approval by OLA. ...
Enter Jim Jordan who said:
“DOJ and FBI officials:
“Don’t let Attorney General Garland chill your rights as whistleblowers.
“You have the right to speak to Congress without interference.”
It's just talk. Talk talk talk talk. It's a one party system. The republicans had a majority in congress under Trump, they could have closed the borders. It's all just theater. Government creates problems, they don't solve them.
An FBI whistleblower has alleged that top Bureau officials have been scheming to distort cases related to the Jan. 6 riot in an effort to “overstate” the threat of “domestic violent extremism” in America.
The whistleblower’s allegations against the FBI’s Washington Field Office have been revealed by Judiciary Committee ranking member Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).
Jordan disclosed the unidentified whistleblower’s testimony in a letter addressed to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Monday.
The whistleblower alleges that the FBI office did not follow standard investigative practices for the January 6 cases. ...
In the letter, Jordan notes that “such an artificial case categorization scheme allows FBI leadership to misleadingly point to ‘significant’ increases in DVE threats nationwide.”
This misleading data supports a narrative being perpetuated by Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration.
The whistleblower also alleged that January 6 cases were inappropriately taking priority over other cases.
They cite an instance of being “told that child sexual abuse material investigations were no longer an FBI priority and should be referred to local law enforcement agencies,” according to the letter.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and his fellow House Republicans have announced they are officially launching an investigation into the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic
GOP lawmakers say they will demand testimony from dozens of Biden administration officials and other experts on the origins of Covid in China when they take control of the House in just under three weeks’ time.
They will also probe any U.S. funding for virus research in Wuhan, China.
Jim Jordan Met with Backlash for Declaring ‘Only Americans Should Vote in American Elections’
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has dropped the hammer on Dr. Anthony Fauci by accusing the former top federal health official of a cover-up.
Speaking during an interview with Fox Business on Sunday, Jordan, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said Fauci desperately worked to change the Wuhan lab leak narrative because he was involved in conducting dangerous gain-of-function research in the Chinese laboratory.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH), House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY), and House Administration Committee Chairman Bryan Steil (R-WI) have sent a letter to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg demanding his testimony before Congress.
The top Republicans are also demanding Bragg’s communications and documents related to his potential indictment of President Donald Trump.
The letter says: “You are reportedly about to engage in an unprecedented abuse of prosecutorial authority: the indictment of a former President of the United States and current declared candidate for that office.
“This indictment comes after years of your office searching for a basis—any basis—on which to bring charges, ultimately settling on a novel legal theory untested anywhere in the country and one that federal authorities declined to pursue.
“If these reports are accurate, your actions will erode confidence in the evenhanded application of justice and unalterably interfere in the course of the 2024 presidential election.
“In light of the serious consequences of your actions, we expect that you will testify about what plainly appears to be a politically motivated prosecutorial decision.
“The New York County District Attorney’s Office has been investigating President Trump since at least 2018, looking for some legal theory on which to bring charges.
“The facts surrounding the impending indictment have ‘been known for years.’ Michael Cohen, President Trump’s disgraced former lawyer, pleaded guilty over four years ago to charges based on the same facts at issue in the impending indictment.
“By July 2019, however, federal prosecutors determined that no additional people would be charged alongside Cohen.
“Now, in the words of one legal scholar, you are attempting to ‘shoehorn’ the same case with identical facts into a new prosecution, resurrecting a so-called ‘zombie’ case against President Trump.
“Even the Washington Post quoted ‘legal experts’ as calling your actions ‘unusual’ because ‘prosecutors have repeatedly examined the long-established details but decided not to pursue charges.’
“In addition to the novel and untested legal theory, your star witness for this prosecution has a serious credibility problem—a problem that you have reportedly recognized.
“This case relies heavily on the testimony of Michael Cohen, a convicted perjurer with a demonstrable prejudice against President Trump.
“Cohen pleaded guilty to lying to Congress in 2018. In 2019, when he testified before Democrats on the House Oversight Committee to aid their fruitless investigation into President Trump, Cohen lied again—six times.
“Cohen has been vocal about his deeply personal animus toward President Trump. Under these circumstances, there is no scenario in which Cohen could fairly be considered an unbiased and credible witness.
“Your decision to pursue such a politically motivated prosecution—while adopting progressive criminal justice policies that allow career ‘criminals [to] run[ ] the streets’ of Manhattan —requires congressional scrutiny about how public safety funds appropriated by Congress are implemented by local law-enforcement agencies.
“In addition, your apparent decision to pursue criminal charges where federal authorities declined to do so requires oversight to inform potential legislative reforms about the delineation of prosecutorial authority between federal and local officials.
“Finally, because the circumstances of this matter stem, in part, from Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation, Congress may consider legislative reforms to the authorities of special counsels and their relationships with other prosecuting entities.
“Accordingly, to advance our oversight, please produce the following documents and information for the period January 1, 2017, to the present...