Trump’s Closest Ally In Congress Tells 1/6 Witch Hunters To Kick Sand

Each any every Republican, former Trump associate, or freedom-loving American should echo Rep. Jim Jordan’s exact response to any request from the panel of Jan. 6 witch hunters.

Following the lead of former White House adviser Steve Bannon, the America First Republican has told the House Select Committee investigating the events leading up to the Jan. 6 protest that he will not comply with their demands.

“This request is far outside the bounds of any legitimate inquiry, violates core Constitutional principles, and would serve to further erode legislative norms,” Jordan wrote to committee chair Rep. Bennie Thompson.

The anti-Trump witch hunters initially reached out to Jordan with requests to provide phone records and other “evidence” of his communications with Team Trump during the days leading up to Jan. 6, and even a few days prior.

Originally in a request to sit down with Jordan, Thompson writes, “we understand that you had at least one and possibly multiple communications with President Trump on January 6th. We would like to discuss each such communication with you in detail.”

Earlier this summer, Rep. Jordan admitted during an interview that he in fact had spoken with the Former President on multiple occasions. However, that in no way constitutes being investigated by a phony committee hellbent on throwing Donald Trump and his associates behind bars.

As it turns out, much to the committee’s chagrin, there is such thing as freedom of speech in this country.

The committee, headed by the likes of Liz Cheney and Adam Schiff, have worked tirelessly to pin any possible crime on Former President Trump regarding the Jan. 6 Capitol protest — an event which Democrats are currently exploiting for insidious political purposes.

To insist that a sitting President is responsible for the actions of his millions upon millions of supporters is absolutely beyond the realm of logical or reasonable.

Last week, the House select committee chair announced that the panel was “in a good place” to begin drafting reports on the event.

Like the Russian Collusion investigation, which inevitably turned out to be a complete hoax after a two-year investigation, it’s likely the Jan. 6 investigation will have a similar fate.

Once it’s determined that Trump in fact had nothing to do with protestors getting through Capitol security barriers, the mainstream media will proceed as if nothing happened and the entire event will quickly become a conveniently erased memory.

Funny how that works….