Jim Jordan is evaluating the Durham Report and its findings that the FBI and the Obama administration is as crooked as a dog’s hind leg. The problem that he has is with Merrick Garland, the corrupt AG, no one will ever face charges until after the 2024 election, and by then it could be too late. Unless the new AG has the cojones to take on the totally rotten agencies. Durham found there was no reason to open an investigation into Trump except for treason.
During an appearance Sunday on Fox News, House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) spoke about ways to utilize Durham’s report to force the FBI and the CIA to reform. That will never happen. Our only chance is to do away with them both and start all over without letting anyone from those two entities from applying for the new law enforcement offices.CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER
“We’re going to talk with our lawyers.”
“Are there people that were highlighted in the Durham investigation and the Durham report that we need to talk to on the Judiciary Committee? We’re going to give that a good, hard look.”
“Nothing is off the table, because it is critical the American people understand how their government — their agencies — have been turned on them, the taxpayer, and we get all the facts out there.”
Jordan was responding to a question about the FBI dropping four investigations into Hillary and the Clinton Foundation just before the 2016 election in order to save her campaign. He has invited John Durham to testify before Congress, but he did not divulge whether Durham has agreed to do so. The Democrats would have a hard time trying to shake him up and he has all of the receipts to back up his claims.
During an appearance Sunday on Fox News, House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) spoke about ways in which he might pick up on investigative leads from Durham’s report, which heavily criticized the FBI’s probe into alleged links between Donald Trump‘s 2016 campaign and Russia.
Jordan is already making moves after the Department of Justice (DOJ) released Durham’s report last week. He invited the special counsel to testify before the Judiciary Committee, which has jurisdiction in the matter.
Though Jordan did not divulge to Bartiromo on-air whether Durham has agreed to make such an appearance, he said the special counsel’s report showed “the FBI had no probable cause, no predicate, no evidence whatsoever, and yet they launch into an investigation of President Trump and his campaign.”
Armed with other concerns about the FBI, including new revelations about the bureau’s misuse of surveillance tools and whistleblower allegations of “political rot” within the law enforcement agency, Jordan said lawmakers are considering ways to rein in the FBI.
The chairman listed two areas of focus: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) reforms and the appropriations process.
“We have to exercise our authority, the power of the purse, to limit what the federal government — what the FBI and the Justice Department are doing to the American people,” Jordan said.
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