The left is just non-stop in their effort to protect the most corrupt and low-budget people while they try and bring down great Americans like Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. Twitter was in overdrive last night because Stormy Daniels was arrested and somehow it was Jim Jordan’s fault…Bonkers!

Stormy Daniels was arrested overnight while performing at an Ohio strip club. Her lawyer called the charges “politically motivated” and said it was a “setup”:


 She allegedly allowed a customer to touch her while on stage in a non-sexual manner. A rarely used Ohio law was cited leading her lawyer to make he claims in a tweet:

She was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner! Are you kidding me? They are devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations for this? There has to be higher priorities!!!

Twitter immediately went into overdrive with speculation of a setup. The rarely used Ohio law prohibiting touching is what caused the left to make outrageous claims that somehow Congressman Jim Jordan was involved. Jordan has been the target of a leftist smear campaign claiming he knew about sexual abuse of athletes during his early involvement in the sport of wrestling. All claims have been denied by Jordan but the left continues to push the fake news out there.

Sirens Strip Club’s Facebook page has nothing about what happened but they do have a cheesy video of Daniels in provocative poses. The funny thing is that under the Facebook posts promoting the appearance, there are mostly negative comments like:

“We’re coming and wearing Trump masks and MAGA hats.”

“Only if she wears a Trump wig when she dances will I pay to see her sorry ass hahaha”

“She’s a traitor to America”

According to police documents,Stormy Daniels put both hands on an undercover female officer’s butt and breasts and then put her breasts in the cop’s face.


The left also claimed the arrest was to keep Daniels’ lawyer from going to London to participate in a Women’s March:

The 2007 state law called the Community Defense Act that prohibits dancers from touching customers has been on the books for over a decade but is rarely enforced.



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