The Daily Show subpoenas Jim Jordan to stand trial on charges of covering up the Ohio State wrestling sexual assault scandal.
Jordan Klepper had this to say about Jim Jordan:
Last month, Jim Jordan’s brother, Donald Trump, was indicted by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg for committing a crime without reason, and Jim Jordan refused to let that stop him. For that, the House Judiciary Committee went to Bragg’s backyard right here in Manhattan to investigate Alvin Bragg in an unusual New York field trial in Manhattan.
Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan railed against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, saying, ‘The policies being implemented by this District Attorney are ruining this great city.’
You know, one of the things that surprised me was that he believed New York was a great city. I never thought I’d hear that, and the two went on trial for the crime. I was convinced that ignoring crimes was Jim Jordan’s business. They applaud me for ignoring sexual assault allegations, I appreciate it. The homicide rate is very high in Columbus, Ohio, in Jim Jordan’s neck of the woods, maybe he should have held the criminal trials there, but even Ohioans don’t want to spend time in Ohio, and I can say this because I’m from Michigan and Ohio is our New Jersey.
Jim Jordan is an example of one of the reasons why most Americans distrust traditional media. There appears to be an agreement between Jordan and the corporate press not to ask about the Ohio State wrestling sexual assault scandal when Jordan coached at the university.
Republic Jordan is never asked about it in an interview, and it rarely comes up when discussing it.
George Clooney executive produced an HBO documentary on the subject. It should force Jordan’s senseless betrayal back into the public eye.
The Daily Show called Jim Jordan. Jordan turned a blind eye to sexual assault While crime is at a high level.
If Jim Jordan really cares about crimeHe speaks the truth about Ohio State.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a member of the White House Press Pool and Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform activities.
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Member of the Association of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association
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