Yesterday, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy moved President Trump’s number one most vocal defenders against phony, secretive impeachment hearings, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) to the House Intel Panel ahead of the public impeachment hearings next week.

The Washington Examiner reports Arizona Rep. Rick Crawford is stepping aside to let Jordan do the cross-examining next Wednesday when the testimony at a House Intel Hearing on Impeachment goes public.

McCarthy confirmed the news in a statement about why he chose Jordan for this very important position:

“Jim Jordan has been on the front lines in the fight for fairness and truth. His addition will ensure more accountability and transparency in this sham process.”

Today, a college wrestling referee claimed that while Jim Jordan was an OSU wrestling coach, he ignored warnings of sexual abuse of nearly 200 men over two decades by an OSU doctor.

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Jordan has previously denied having any knowledge of the abuse. Curiously, the allegation comes only one day after Jordan, a reliable bulldog for Trump was appointed to the House Intelligence Committee.

Just as the feisty, hard-hitting, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), is about to blow up another phony attempt at unfairly destroying a duly elected president, Democrats are calling for him to resign, over a curiously timed accusation.

Shades of Kavanaugh?

An unhinged Democrat literally just asked Jordan to give them Trump’s head and they’ll forget about everything.

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Does anyone find it odd that more accusations would come out about Jim Jordan just as he’s been appointed to the intelligence committee? And he’s not even accused of committing a crime. Seems like a political hit job to me.


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