Jim Jordan Selected To Chair Select Committee On ‘Weaponization Of Government’

Rep. Jim Jordan has been chosen to lead a House committee on ‘Weaponization of Government’ in the new Congress.

He is a perfect choice for this job.

He also has his work cut out for him after what we have seen in recent years.

Red State reports:

BREAKING: Jim Jordan to Chair ‘Weaponization of Government’ Select Committee

Ladies and gentlemen, game on. Let’s hope so, at least.

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The anticipated launch of the critical Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government is part of newly elected Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s negotiations with the “conservative faction” in the Republican Caucus in his four-day, 15-vote battle to wind the gavel.

As reported by Axios earlier Monday, Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), who supported McCarthy’s bid, will lead the subcommittee that will investigate communications between the Biden administration and Big Tech companies, facilitated in part by revelations from the release of the Twitter Files.

The probe into texts and emails, along with other correspondence between the tech giants and the administration will look for government pressure that could have resulted in censorship or harassment of conservatives — or censoring of debate on polarizing policies, including the CDC on COVID…

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Jordan hinted at his plans last month in a series of letters to the CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Meta, and Microsoft, demanding information on what he called “the nature and extent of your companies’ collusion with the Biden Administration.” Jordan told the companies they should preserve any existing or future records related to his request for communications with the executive branch about “moderation, deletion, suppression, restricting or reduced circulation of content.”

It looks like Jordan is raring to go.

Jordan is just the man for this job.

 

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