Russia meddled in the election and we can’t trust them. BUT can we trust Clapper, Comey, McCabe, and Strzok?
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) July 17, 2018
His somewhat derivative, day-late stance about the FBI and intelligence agencies’ assessment that Russia interfered to help Trump get elected shouldn’t be taken as gospel—especially since it alludes to said agencies all conspiring to elect Hillary Clinton.
Then why did over 17,000 people reply to it?
Maybe because Jordan is currently being accused of doing his own conspiring, in which he allegedly ignored rampant sexual abuse while he was an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State. His focus on “trust” is an interesting one.
After the recent revelations from Ohio State, you don't get to question other people's trustworthiness anymore. https://t.co/FT3S8bISqQ
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) July 17, 2018
Can we trust a congressman who covered up sexual assault at OSU? https://t.co/UJTdZCajYe
— Bob Cesca (@bobcesca_go) July 17, 2018
Could your wrestling team trust you to defend them against being molested by the team doctor? https://t.co/iUNOHUdssP
— Lawrence O'Donnell (@Lawrence) July 17, 2018
This is a seriously flawed equivalent, Congressman. We can trust Clapper Comey McCabe & Strzok a hell of a lot more than Republicans. And we certainly can’t trust a member of congress who willfully refused to protect his students from sexual abuse. You absolutely need to resign.
— DPTBW ☘️ (@DPTBW) July 17, 2018
Jordan is steadfastly denying the allegations against him, saying they are part of a deep state conspiracy, one different from the deep state that conspired to help Hillary Clinton.
Or maybe the same one. Who knows anymore.