In his new position as Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jim Jordan (R-OH), a popular and accomplished orator, outlined his strategy for leading investigations into Hunter Biden, school board concerns, Big Tech, and other crucial topics.
While there are concerns about Jordan’s approach to Big Tech, with some believing he is too lenient on the companies most responsible for weaponizing their control of the internet by censoring content, the majority of people would likely agree that Jordan has been bold in his pursuit of the truth regarding the Biden family’s connections to corruption.
Jordan has allowed a “final” round of letters to the U.S. intelligence community to continue his inquiry into the contents of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop.
Jordan and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Michael Turner wrote in the letter that 51 former officials signed a statement in October 2020 that “falsely implied” that Hunter Biden’s laptop, which allegedly contained information about his shady business dealings and personal life, was “the product of Russian disinformation” weeks before the presidential election of 2020.
Martin Walsh reported on the details for Conservative Brief:
“I would bet every one of those 51 former intel officials who signed that letter — that now-famous letter,” Jordan said. “I would bet every one of them still has a security clearance. Why?”
“I think it’s for their personal benefit,” Jordan continued. “I think that that’s something that has value, and frankly they probably make money off the idea that they can get information. And many of them are contributors on various TV networks. So, why should they have a security clearance? That’s maybe one of the things we propose as legislation to help remedy some of the problems.”
According to the Washington Post, federal authorities are actively investigating Hunter Biden, including his financial concerns and international business operations.
Jordan addressed Attorney General Merrick Garland a letter last month seeking papers and information surrounding the Department of Justice’s investigation into Hunter Biden. Walsh said that Jordan was concerned about the “appearance of a conflict of interest” created by the DOJ’s failure to designate a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden.
The letters to Jordan reaffirm the House Judiciary Committee’s request for a transcribed interview and for each individual to provide any outstanding materials.
Letters were sent to the following individuals:
David B. Buckley
Steven L. Hall
Timothy D. Kilbourn
Jonna Hiestand Mendez
Gerald A. O’Shea
John D. Tullius
David A. Vanell
“To date, you have declined to appoint a special counsel in this matter, despite appointing special counsels in other investigations. Your refusal to appoint a special counsel here is conspicuous in this context,” Jordan said in the letter.
“He also requested documents from employees in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Delaware relating to the status of a special counsel for the Hunter Biden investigation, along with communications between employees of U.S. attorney’s offices who could bring charges against Biden. Jordan has requested the information by March 14 at 5 p.m. as part of the House Judiciary Committee’s oversight of the DOJ,” the Washington Examiner reported. CONTINUE READING…