January Sixth Committee and Jim Jordan


Wrong chair. This guy should be in the witness chair.

Recently (Wednesday 22 December 2021), the House select committee investigating the Capitol invasion requested Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) give his “voluntary cooperation” in their probe and answer questions about alleged communications between him and ex-President Trump. General opinion is that Jordan will not provide any testimony for the committee, which leads to speculation about the committee’s next step if he fails to comply.

This follows another request for testimony from Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), which has so far not resulted in cooperation. Others, who are not sitting members of Congress, have been subpoenaed, including former administration member Steve Bannon and former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, both of whom were recommended to the full House for prosecution for criminal contempt of Congress…

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