Rep. Jim Jordan explains since he wants a DOJ to examine Michael Cohen for perjury
U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, slammed a U.S. Justice Department preference to find a FISA aver — and bloody what he described as a treacherous methods used to convince a FISA justice to extend it — during an coming on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Thursday night.
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“They didn’t tell a justice a dossier was unverified,” Jordan told Fox News horde Sean Hannity, referring to a justice combined underneath a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. “They didn’t tell a justice who paid for it, namely a Clinton campaign. They didn’t tell a justice that Christopher Steele, a man who wrote it, was unfortunate that Trump not win. They didn’t tell a justice that Christopher Steele had been dismissed by a FBI since he’s out leaking information. That’s a lot not to share with a tip court, especially, Sean, when you’re removing a aver to go view on a other party’s campaign.
“They didn’t tell a justice who paid for it, namely a Clinton campaign.”
Jordan, 55, a ranking member of a House Oversight and Reform Committee, and member of a House Judiciary Committee, called for a “single standard” for everybody when it comes to violation a law, observant there shouldn’t be a separate set a manners for people named “Comey,” “Clinton,” “Lynch,” among others.
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“All a approach adult until May 17, 2017, when they named Bob Mueller special counsel, they had zero, 0 justification of any form of collusion,” Jordan continued. “All of that time and still no evidence, and nonetheless they changed forward with this whole thing.”