Rep. Jim Jordan: It’s Time To Hold People Accountable Over The False Premise Of The Russia Investigation (VIDEO)

Now that the Mueller Investigation is over, Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio is ready to start holding people accountable. Jordan is correct when he says there are millions of Americans who want to see people held responsible.

Jordan commented on this during a segment of the Neil Cavuto show.

FOX News reports:

Jim Jordan: American people want accountability for people who started Russia investigation

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, called on Saturday for Congress to look into the origins of the Russia investigation, which he said started on a “false premise.”

Jordan, who serves as ranking member on the House Oversight Committee, told Fox News’ Neil Cavuto that Americans sensed Washington had a double standard that allowed elected officials to avoid punishment for wrongdoing.

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“They do want people who launched this investigation, on a false premise, they do want them held accountable,” he said on “Cavuto Live.”

He pointed to the infamous Steele dossier which informed the FBI’s suspicions surrounding President Donald Trump and the Russian government.

“You can’t have the FBI using one party’s opposition research document to launch an investigation and spy on the other party’s campaign,” he said.

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“We know that took place and we do need to get to the bottom of that because it’s never supposed to happen in this country.” Jordan was referring to former President Barack Obama’s administration surveilling then-candidate Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign out of its concern over potential ties to Russia.

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Here’s a recent Twitter thread from Jordan:

Amen to that, Jim.


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