Congressman Jim Jordan Eviscerates Chairman Nadler’s Propagandist Rant Against Attorney General Bill Barr

During this morning’s session, Democrat propagandist and chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jerrold Nadler, went straight for Attorney General William Barr’s jugular knowing he could rely on the mainstream media to cherry-pick his words to sell the big lie to America.

Nadler: You have aided and abetted the worst failing of the president.  Let us recount just some of the decisions that have left us deeply concerned about the Justice Department.

First, under your leadership the department has endangered Americans and violated their Constitutional rights by flooding federal law enforcement into the streets of American cities against the wishes of the state and local leaders of those cities to forcefully, and unconstitutionally suppress dissent.

No one would be brazen enough to try telling Americans that what they’ve been watching for two months isn’t so, unless they were sure that the propagandist media had their back.

Committee member, Republican Jim Jordan was having none of it… Jordan let a video compilation do the speaking for him…

After a few comments, Jordan put the lie to craven Democrat lies when he showed a video that featured an emotional plea from a slain police officer’s wife as well as overwhelming video evidence that these “protestors” have been expressing themselves anyway but peacefully…

Jordan: I want to thank you for… standing up for the rule of law

Congressman Jordan explained why Democrats are hellbent on taking down AG Barr…

Jordan: SPYING… that one word, that’s why they’re after you Mr Attorney General.  

Fifteen months ago, April 10, 2019, in a Senate hearing you said this sentence, I quote; ‘I think spying on a political campaign is a big deal.’

Panic in DC: Attorney General Barr Tells Congress Evidence of Spying on the Trump Campaign “Is a Big Deal.”

For a party that morphed into a criminal enterprise under the leadership of Obama and Clinton, Barr’s determination to expose its illegal surveillance of the opposition party represented an existential threat to those involved in both the spying and the cover up.