President Trump Meets and Surprises Jim Jordan in Ohio…

Representative Jim Jordan is the no-nonsense personification of the ‘git-r-done’ spirit that runs through the scruffy and beloved heart of MAGA.  An authentic guiding spirit that cannot be faked, scripted or duplicated.  Ya’ either have it…. or ya’ don’t; it’s that simple.

In another example for the keen political instincts of President Trump; he can tell from the automatic vibe that jumped in the air when he said the name “Jim Jordan”; the President calls Jordan to the stage…. and another authentic MAGA moment happens spontaneously.

Remember, Jim Jordan said in an interview just a few weeks ago that he had never met President Trump, and had never personally talked to him.  However, when POTUS Trump senses the crowd’s response to the words “Jim Jordan” he immediately identifies the importance and value.  WATCH the instinctual evolution:

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This is why POTUS travel and MAGA events are so valuable. Prior to today…. prior to this exact moment…. by custom and political tradition -as well as input from the circle around the office- President Trump was likely to support Kevin McCarthy as a natural SoH predecessor.

Not any more.

McCarthy doesn’t inspire that response.

POTUS Trump was just introduced to the MAGA inspirational and aspirational value of Speaker Jordan. Remember this moment; it matters.

See that look right there in that last picture? Watch it again if needed. Look at that moment closely.

What that is… is POTUS Trump seeing a Diamond in a coal mine.

There’s a spirit, a sense, a guiding force, that put that moment in Ohio together…. And it will have long, bigly, ramifications within MAGA and our nation… watch, you’ll see.

Republican state senator Troy Balderson winning Ohio’s 12th district is important; but Speaker of The House Jim Jordan is far more valuable to the historic needs of President Trump.

Guess what?….

He just noticed.

And he doesn’t miss this stuff…

It’s right there:

Providence!

We have angels on our shoulders.

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506 Responses to President Trump Meets and Surprises Jim Jordan in Ohio…

  1. fred5678 says:

    Classy guy #1 introduces classy guy #2.

    Tall classy guy #1 humbly makes a point to adjust the mic for shorter classy guy #2.before he steps far away to leave stage all to classy guy #2.

    Classy guy #2, makes complimentary YUGE list of accomplishments of his host, classy guy #1.

    That was NOT a Democrat party function.

    Liked by 60 people

    • MfM says:

      I’ve noticed that also about Trump, he steps way back to get out of the picture sometimes.

      The hug from Jordan looked spontaneous.

      Liked by 30 people

    • Jake says:

      My wife and I were there. The applause for Jim Jordan was second only to POTUS, and POTUS was clearly moved by the support and admiration shown to Jordan. Hope they work well together.

      I got to shake Jim’s hand and have a few words with him–the real McCoy, that one.

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    • cali says:

      @fred5678: Nicely stated!! 🙂

      Before this our president stopped his motorcade on the way to this rally in as he saw a group of firefighters standing watching guard:

      President Trump stepped out of the limo and greeted the public servants and firefighters to their surprise. They were delighted and felt honored but even more appreciated!

      That is the leadership of not only a great man but even more a attentive president who @Sundance correctly pegged saying “he does not miss a thing”. He sure did not on his way to this rally.

      It was a touching moment for the firefighters but everyone who saw this unfolding on the captured phone video. That says it all – a man who loves America and all those who serve. Our firefighters deserved that because no other president has ever done that and it was long overdue.

      Only president Trump sees an opportunity and takes it stopping the motorcade causing a slight SS detail to spring into action and help to make it possible.

      How can you not love the MAGA president? 🙂 🙂

      Liked by 25 people

    • Issy says:

      Great to give Jordan some attention.

      Liked by 10 people

    • TPW says:

      You are probably looking at Trumps replacement 2024. Mighty Fine with me.

      Liked by 10 people

  2. CaptMorgan says:

    Complete class!

    Liked by 24 people

  3. Rynn69 says:

    McCarthy is Ryan Redux and Ryan was Boehner Redux. It is time Congress is restored to the PEOPLE and not the Chamber of Commerce/Donor Class. McConnell and Ryan are puppets of the CoC/Donor Class…oiled and greased by the likes of people like Karl Rove and Steve Law. Drain the Swamp!

    Liked by 35 people

    • mdaush says:

      It is great Juju when a Ohioan like Jordan can clean up Boehners mess…a Ohioan who should have stood up for the people!

      Liked by 15 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      There is a plan to Boehner Ryan. Bus trip planned for 26 Sept. Freedom Works and Senate Conservatives Fund involved. We Retarded Ohio Trump Deplorables have experience at this, you know.

      Liked by 13 people

    • Issy says:

      Agree, McCarthy too close to Ryan. Jordan may not win, but he can influence who does.

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    • RoddREpub says:

      Oh my goodness! You should have heard Karl Rove on FNS. Him and his polls and where the President’s approval is. People love this President and I frankly don’t give a hot damn what the polls show. According to the polls Trump wasn’t going to win!

      Liked by 7 people

      • sha44ss says:

        Im so glad you saw that too! I guess it’s now only me hearing Fox News Talks Never Trumpers trying their best to derail the President. He even sounded desperate….I wanted to throw a shoe at him!

        Liked by 2 people

        • sha44ss says:

          * not* only me

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        • hanna693 says:

          Rove is still an establishment piggy, he joins the likes of Brian Kilmeade and Chris Stirewalt, you can sense the seething hatred under their words about our president. Only the repugs would fight against their own party president. Do not like the dems, but at least they stick together and show support!

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  4. theresanne says:

    I love it! Just imagine everything that could be accomplished to MAGA with Jim Jordan as “Speaker of the House!” It would be a dream come true. Might even lead to a presidential run, and I’m sorry, Jim is WAY more energetic and charismatic than Mike Pence, bless his heart.

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    • What it shows is how deep the GOP bench is. Trump in 2020, Penc3 in 2024 and Jordan in 2030.

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      • Indimex says:

        Pense in 24? Really? Not feeling it. At. All. Nice enough, but the guys got the charisma of one of those teenage “elders” that knock on doors trying to convert people to the LDS church.

        Liked by 22 people

        • redtreesquirrel says:

          LOL…

          Liked by 4 people

        • Kintbury says:

          You are generous. I believe Pence is a good guy but has the charisma of a rock and his cadence is awful.

          Liked by 8 people

          • tempo150101 says:

            My big problem with Pence is that he talks gibberish. People like Jordan and Trump talk straight. But you ask Pence what color the sky is, and he’ll give you an answer that sounds like it came from a lawyer who decided to become a TV evangelist..

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            • Donald says:

              May be true. However, Pence was precisely what was needed in 016. The President understood that a large swath of Republican voters–and especially never-Trumper voters!- focused more on style than substance. Trump’s style was highly unorthodox, and unique, to say the least. His message, in its substance, thrilled huge audiences that understood the uniqueness of the moment, and its value. Pence offered other, more conventional voters, the proper tone and style of the usual GOP candidate. They could, thus, open up their minds–which they, in fact, did! –to the candidacy of Donald Trump, all to the glory of posterity.
              Donald Trump, as he stands before us today, is already one of America’s greatest presidents. Mike Pence was, and continues to be, a critical piece in the larger picture.

              Liked by 13 people

            • RoddREpub says:

              I am unable to describe how or why that made me laugh so hard.

              Liked by 1 person

              • sturmudgeon says:

                Big mistake to knock the VP, because the libs are likely to pick up that vibe, and do some real damage! Let’s keep things POSITIVE! and, “if you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all”
                Thanks.

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          • SWOho says:

            Mike Pompeo – a better choice that Pence.

            Liked by 8 people

        • svenwg says:

          Mike Pompeo for 2024 and Jim Jordan for 2032 followed by Nunes in 2040. The depth of leaders the Republican Party has is far deeper than the Communist Demoncraps, by far.

          Liked by 12 people

          • Rex70 says:

            I gotta throw Rep. John Ratcliffe (Texas) in there…he is part of the Jordan-Meadows-Gaetz-DiSantes-Nunes attack House team and just a smart, well-spoken, unflappable, fearless, poised guy. Ratcliffe executed the best six minutes of questioning in the Strozk Hearings a few weeks ago and is always pleasantly direct as he rips his opponents’ throats out in those hearings, speeches from the House floor, other interviews, etc. Definitely add Congressmen Ratcliffe to that short list…such a good guy who would have my vote for President (or Governor or Senator), highly recommend.

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            • jparz says:

              I agree 100%!
              The way he nailed Strzok at the hearing was surgical!!
              I believe that most didn’t really see how effective he was is because it looked so casual. Strzok was left with no choice but to admit that his anti-Trump bias was all over the government devices…lol!!!
              Ratcliffe is one to watch for sure.

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              • TPW says:

                Talk about nailing someone ….hope you all caught the interview of swalwell on Cavuto Live yesterday. He was literally melting down right before your eyes.

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                • sha44ss says:

                  Swalwell….I loathe that guy….reminds me of the bad guy in the patriot .Col Tavington….cant wait to burn us all down!

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          • Michaela says:

            Svenwg, that is how I see it developing too.

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          • piper567 says:

            sven, these guys are not, like 80 yrs old either!

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        • piper567 says:

          Indimex,
          Pence is a nearly perfect VP, but imo he does not have the Alpha Male thing going.
          NO ONE is going to replace our Great President, but whoever follows him has to have the “it” factor, which, again imo, Pence does not have .
          He’s a perfect follower, but he is not a Leader of the magnitude that MAGA requires.

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      • TPW says:

        No to Pence……I believe he could be swayed/ fooled by the corruptocrats. When controversy brews around the President he is all to often willing to blend into the back ground.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Issy says:

        Pence is not a leader.

        Liked by 5 people

      • RedBrooke37 says:

        No Pence. Pompeo/Jordan or Nunes.

        Liked by 4 people

      • Msupertas says:

        Pence will be to Trump what Old Bush was to Reagan…went with the Reagan program till he got his shot, then right back to the establishment ways…read my lips…no Mike Pence.

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      • No Pence. Too many globalist connections. Talks a good line but looks cold. I’ve never trusted him. Trump picked him to win over the establishment is how I see it – and the establishment accepted him in hopes of getting rid of Trump.

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    • New Nonna Again!!! says:

      Don’t be sorry, theresanne. It’s true, and Deplorables who are paying attention agree with you.

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  5. Pyrthroes says:

    Very stable… in any organization, personnel is destiny. “Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard / “Are sweeter; therefore, ye soft pipes, play on” (Keats, 1820).

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  6. Non=combative. says:

    Jim Jordan, yes a standup guy, but if he was really a super standup guy he would walk up to the mic on the house floor and tell us what is exactly in the FISA application, be damned the hypocritical Dem ridicule and hysteria. Our Military and Law Enforcement go out every day in the face of lethal danger. Thats bravery. Hiding from the democrats isn’t. Way past time to stop the whinny excuses, phony outrage and pathetic pandering and inform the citizenry.

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  7. thesavvyinvester says:

    Thank you again Sundance, I was watching it live, but not fully engaged it caught my eye but not like your focus on this 2+ minutes does. We are so blessed. The question begs what will the country be like Wednesday November 7th, 2018. Will we have another collective meltdown with are erstwhile opponents on both sides of the isle, you know the UniParty, the Progressive Left and the entire chattering classes? Will some individuals become unhinged? Will Madonna come back from Portugal for another Pink Hat event? I think their reactions might be worse than 2016 frankly….

    Liked by 6 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      Say, Sundance… I hope you weren’t implying anything obscene by placing Pelosi’s pic directly after your comment about ‘angels on our shoulders’… lol

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    • piper567 says:

      savvy, the more these cretins reveal their various syndromes, the better…if they publicly go bonkers over a Red Tide, Trump will only gain even more support.
      Who wants to vote for the Party which supports and funds juvenile temper tantrums?

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  8. Guy-Blanc Déploré says:

    Trump + Jordan was such a wonderful, magical moment.
    A full night’s supply of warm fuzzies & sweet dreams while I sleep. 😀

    Liked by 7 people

  9. Kaco says:

    Now we got to twist our Reps arms to vote for him!

    I’m getting a new Rep this election. Anthony Gonzales won the primary. He was a Jane Timken favorite during te primaries, I saw her twitter. Also, he’s a transplant from Silicon Valley! I voted Christina Hagan but she didn’t win. I will vote for Gonzales but hope he isn’t GOPe, but still better than the Dem.

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    • We did the same thing. But we sent Anthony some questions and said we could not take another RINO, and he took the time to call us, and seemed sincere when he said he was behind President Trump, for closed borders and not illegal immigration. However, we have seen him immediately go with the Timkens, Rubio and McCarthy, so we will wait and see. Christina would have been 100%, undoubtedly, behind PDJT. She is a gem.

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  10. SPMI says:

    Jim Jordan is an exceptional Patriot and one of the best at purveying the TRUTH.
    There are 60-70 million people in our country who believe and behave like JJ.
    MAGA!!!!

    Liked by 8 people

  11. Cooper45 says:

    As sundance noted, Trump’s keen “political instincts” immediately responded when the crowd erupted into a spontaneous cheer at the mention of Jim Jordan. There was no hesitation or delay.

    The “ayes in favor” of Jim were unanimous in the sweltering Ohio arena. It was great to watch him receive some hard earned appreciation and recognition from the people; where it counts the most.

    Liked by 19 people

    • topavalley says:

      During the ridiculous attacks on Jim Jordan, I called his DC office to voice my support for him and to say that MANY know it is a transparent attack by the left to try to sideline one of our most principled and effective champions.

      I also informed them that my support comes from deep within the bowels of what used to be a functioning state, California.

      When Jim Jordan is up for reelection I will contribute as much as I can to his campaign.

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  12. shirley49 says:

    I hope Jim and all of these guys know how we appreciate what they are doing for us. We need to let them know. I think Jim knew that from the reaction of that crowd.

    Liked by 13 people

  13. Gary says:

    Never have seen such a intense moment about SoH position from voters at a rally. I think the base is paying a lot of attention and knows what is needed this mid term, now to get out the vote.

    Liked by 9 people

  14. Bud Klatsch says:

    Wow, thanks daughn for the info. This will likely clear the deck for Jordan?

    Liked by 1 person

    • daughnworks247 says:

      I don’t get it. If McCarthy was NOT acceptable and passed over for Ryan, why is he acceptable now? Is because Ellmers left the Senate? Pretty obvious what was going on between those two and the timelines for them both……. yeah. Whoopsie daisy.

      Liked by 3 people

  15. starshollow88 says:

    That was my first thought. Say no to Kevin McCarthy! Your base has spoken! We want Jim.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. Saml Adams says:

    Wow. A politician that knows how to get up make the point and sit back down. Jordan is a class act. Though I’d pay good money to watch him put a miscreant like Strzok into a “sleeper” hold

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  17. Great description of a magical, unscripted event, Sundance! In my humble opinion, the MAGA movement keeps growing because it’s AUTHENTIC, just like that exchange on the stage last night. The American people know what’s real and what’s all smoke and mirrors. We hunger for a simpler time when you knew who your friends and neighbors were and could count on them. That’s what this president brings, along with Jim Jordan, a sense that everything will be alright. On the other hand, the Democrats are as FAKE as the FAKE NEWS and cannot be trusted with our most prized possession…AMERICA…our country and the freedoms inherent within.

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    • hippielouie says:

      I don’t know why….but ur comment brought tears to my eyes! Yes…..we long for a simpler time…..MAGA!!!!

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      X : Good comments…. thanks! You are correct about the “hunger”… thanks, again.

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    • Daniel M. Camac says:

      Viva, I didn’t get tears like Hippie below did. I got goosebumps. The kind you get when you do something good and even if nobody acknowledges it it still makes you feel good. It’s like being as close to God as you could get on this earthly plane…..with no drugs mind you. VSGPDJT and JJ did that here. JJ is my fav pic for SOH.

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  18. Ausonius says:

    And the opposite of a class act: John Kasich sits this rally out? The president – and leader of your political party! – visits your state and you sit at home?

    Disgraceful and a Great Disappointment!

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  19. daughnworks247 says:

    I went back and looked at the video again. It was at 19-21 seconds in, where President Trump says “Jim Jordan”, the crowd explodes and PDJT visibly feels the force of the crowd, exploding, and PDJT casts his eyes upward to look at the response from the crowd.
    Trump measured the reaction from the crowd in that 2 second stretch and continues on “how great is he”, the crowd continues cheering and PDJT repeats, still crowd is cheering.
    Then, you can see PDJT pause, and think, “Should I invite him up”, and in a flash…. Trump made the right decision, what might be a historic decision.
    When Jordan came on stage, he was reluctant to take the mic – good call, humble man, waited for an invite from the President.
    When Jordan came to the podium, the “Speaker of the House” chant erupted. The decibel level had to be equal to what President Trump gets for a winning line. At one point, you can see Trump at the right edge of the pic/video and he has an enormous grin on his face, and both thumbs up, probably thinking to himself, “yep, made the right call on him”.
    Then, Jordan did something only a seasoned leader does. He backed off the microphone and let them cheer. Good call. Yet, even better, Jordan elevated both hands and silenced the crowd, gently. THAT’s a guy who knows how to control a crowd.
    Jordan was brief, talked about the President’s success and left. Bottom line kind of a guy. PDJT loves the guys who are bottom line guys.
    Yeah, we can bet, President Trump took Jordan’s resume back to Bedminster.

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    • sjand3kids says:

      I was blessed to be at the rally last night. Even before the President spoke and Jim Jordan came in quietly to surprise someone way up in the rafter seats…the whole crowd went nuts screaming for him! As he acknowledged the crowd chants of “speaker of the house” were ringing out! When President Trump brought Rep. Jordan on stage I thought the crowed, hot room would explode with joy and excitement. And remember the “scandal” from his OSU wrestling coaching days? Nobody here does either…now that Urban Meyer is emboiled in a real scandal. 🇺🇸❤️🎉✝️😍🇺🇸

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    • Issy says:

      A Speaker in the making.

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    • piper567 says:

      thanks daughn, good job…nice succinct little summation.

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  20. Kaden Cheng says:

    Tie loose and sleeves rolled up, my kinda guy!

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  21. Molon Labe says:

    I was at the Trump rally yesterday in Columbus and when people realized Jim Jordan was in the gym (the VERY hot gym) a roar went through the crowd and a spontaneous chant of Speaker of the House!!! Speaker of the House!!!! That little weasel DeWine was there trying to work the crowd and there was NOTHING. Trump mentioned DeWine but didn’t invite him up to speak, but he pulled up 3 other guys. It was electric when Jordan was up there with PDT. Great day. Great crowd.

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  22. Molon Labe says:

    Also, as we were walking out, one woman said that her kids went to that high school and that the gym was always freezing. The lobby when we can in was nice and cool, but the gym was sweltering. She also said that the superintendent didn’t like that President Trump was using their school. We suspect they turned off the AC on purpose.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      I imagine when any Potus needs to use a venue full blown soup to nuts contract needs to be signed in order to use.
      Guess for future make sure working air conditioning is in requirement section!

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  23. Molon Labe says:

    One last thing about the rally – as we were walking past the press pool, one scrawny little cameraman gave us all the finger. I gave it right back. In spades.

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  24. Patriot1783 says:

    I mentioned it up thread but anybody else see the image of the eagle head in thec crowd over Potus right shoulder in last photo? A reflection from somewhere, SD creativity or divine intervention? 😄

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  25. dufrst says:

    It will be an interesting decision for Trump on SoH. The GOPe, unfortunately would rather see Nancy Pelosi as Speaker than Jim Jordan! It would be unbelievable to say if it weren’t so true.

    Trump as head of GOP will be the one to make this decision after the election, assuming GOP is victorious. Jim Jordan would be a great speaker but I believe McCarthy (because of donors) will be the choice. I believe Jim will ascend to either House Whip or some high leadership position in the end.

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    • George Hicks says:

      McCarthy took himself out of contention (from the NY Post):
      Minutes before Republicans were to cast votes to make him speaker-elect, McCarthy stood and told his colleagues that a fresh face was needed to unite the party.
      “And I’m not that person,” McCarthy said, according to one person in the room.

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  26. J Publius says:

    As I have often said. This is political psychology at its Apex. POTUS understands not only messaging and strategic message management, but he instinctively knows the mood and tempo of a crowd and how to be a magnanimous host. He engenders confidence, and he inspires others to support his vision. This is what the MSM does not understand, they are dealing with a man that has a message that resonates, but more importantly can couple that message to policy positions that work.

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    • sturmudgeon says:

      Yes…. did you EVER see ‘O’ exhibit actions like this? Did he EVER relinquish his spot in the light?

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      • George Hicks says:

        Our POTUS moves off to the side and gives the speaker the full spotlight, like Jim Jordan last night and many other instances. Can you imagine something like that happening at a Schumer event? The saying goes “the most dangerous place in DC is between Schumer and a TV camera.”

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  27. iRock says:

    Demonic Democrats know Jim Jordan’s potential and preemptively attacked him without logic because smears do not need logic. Long dead Ohio State University sports doctor is accused of examining wrestlers (grown men) too vigorously and ogling (grown men) while communal showering at the gym; Jim Jordan was an OSU assistant coach so Jordan must have known about the unreported complaints by anonomous sources; high school wrestling coach/molester Denny Hastert (R) was a Speaker. Create the narrative background and media allies will fill in the smears from a thousand sources at once without need for organized direction.

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    • Grandpa says:

      Once again, democrats look in their mirror, see Speaker Hastert, think of Jordan and begin their campaign using Alinsky Rule #5; personal smearing, lies and insults. Just about everything the democrats do and say goes directly back to Saul Alinsky’s Rules.

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  28. treehugger says:

    moments like this give me the happy chills
    – the kindness the excitement the motivation

    would like to see don jr somewhere in the future mix

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  29. JX says:

    Chanting for SoH… unheard of! Why is Jordan so popular? One reason: he goes after DOJ/FBI corruption.

    Liked by 3 people

    • tempo150101 says:

      People are tired of being flim-flammed. Conservatives have been flim-flammed by the Republican party for the past 35 years. People are desperate for Straight Shooters that try to follow up their words with action.

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    • Beau Geste says:

      Another reason he is popular is that he is not a mindless slave to Chuck Schumer or Paul Ryan who does what they are told. He has the personal integrity to think for himself and act in his best personal judgement for his constituents and country. As a former HS and college wrestler (certainly not of Jim Jordan’s quality) I note that the sport is a completely individual one. It is personally and individually, fiercely competitive. In the wrestle-off tradition of the sport (which is so hated by liberals and feminists they try to eliminate it)) participants do not need to suck up to a coach to get playing time; if you win, you play. Those drawn to wrestling are not the type of people who want to be part of a borg who will do/vote as told by a commander, irrespective of ethics and honesty.
      Can you imagine an ENTIRE House of Representatives of honest individuals who honestly make up their own minds about what is best for the country, rather than what their crooked “leadership” has been paid for by “special interests” and outright bribers?

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  30. One of the effects of the DOJ/FBI oversight investigations has been to elevate certain people to national status that might not otherwise have been, such as Jim Jordan and Devin Nunes.

    Unlike Obama, who basically did not groom anyone for national office, POTUS is doing so.

    POTUS, like every other CEO, is always concerned with the issue of succession.

    As Donald John Trump remakes the Republican Party, he is already grooming the next generation of leaders.

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    • Grandpa says:

      Barack Obama was extremely “groomed”, but not of conventional politics. Some groomers; Frank Marshal Davis, Bill Ayers, Valerie Jarrett, Michael Madigan, Jesse Jackson, Rod Blagojevich, Tony Resko, etc.

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  31. we300 says:

    Is JJ the cutest thing ever? The look on his face is so child like and thrilled. He embodies the kid at Christmas metaphor. Love Jim Jordan, what an incredible fighter for goodness and truth. Angels on our shoulders, indeed.

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  32. alligatriot says:

    A nice shout-out from Monica Showalter at American Thinker to Sundance this morning on his analysis of the Jim Jordan moment.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/08/always_a_showman_trump_spots_a_star_in_ohio_rep_jim_jordan.html

    Once again, the master receives his due. Thank you, Sundance!

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  33. daughnworks247 says:

    If Jordan and Trump never met (Sundance is spot on about these kinds of details but the rest of us are flabbergasted), then this was an unusual moment.
    Do you get the impression PDJT is building his own Congressional Army —- and just found his first General in Jordan?
    How cool would that be?

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  34. jparz says:

    I was pleasantly surprised to hear the crowd chant “Speaker of the House!”. It was a great moment. Speaker Jordan would definitely benefit the President in the future.
    I’m certain the Democrats saw this too and are just apoplectic!
    I foresee President Trump visiting with Kevin McCarthy and the issue of who will succeed Ryan will not be in doubt. I see McCarthy’s greatest asset is in his work with the fellow members, garnering support for upcoming President Trump’s agenda items that are all America First ‘centric. He has been very successful so far. He’s exactly where he needs to be.
    Jim Jordan will be a big player in the future of the Republican Party. He will certainly carry the America First agenda forward.
    Thank you Sundance for acknowledging this special moment. It rang as very special to me, but I couldn’t have pointed it out as eloquently as you have. Bravo!!

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  35. Jordan is a perfect Ohio-an…I was born and raised in Ohio and Ohio natives are honest, humble, smart, and hardworking….I love Jordan…he is all of those plus he is cute.

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    • Annie says:

      Ohio born and bred…still here..I would love to meet Jim Jordan..I do have friends that know him..and they cannot say enough good things about him..they know he is the real deal!!!

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    • New Nonna Again!!! says:

      He was too busy chomping down in mounds of pancakes and bacon.

      Honestly, Ausonius, I wouldn’t expect better from him. Frankly, he showed Deplorable Americans his lack of a loyal, patriotic character when he ran. His mailman dad might’ve been disappointed in his son. He surely disappointed many American patriots.

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    • New Nonna Again!!! says:

      So, lil flower, what I hear, based on your ‘Ohio natives are honest, humble, smart and hardworking’ is Kay-sick is not a native Ohioan.

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  36. rmramerica says:

    I hope people paid attention to Tennessee this past week. Brown lost, she was expected to win the primary against a marginally financed Republican opponent. She carried the baggage of the old Republican establishment. Sure she championed the tax changes, but she was too thick with the Republican establishment. This year, you better run away from the establishment and embrace totally Trump or you’ll be buried. Jordan epitomizes the anti-establishment wing. Something big is happening. Look for the Repubs to hold the house and perhaps pick up a seat or two. Surprises for everyone coming.

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  37. Luminary says:

    I know the public doesn’t get a vote but I support Jim Jordan for SOTH. guy has all the right qualities to push things forward.

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  38. gainny says:

    The temperature in the gym was over 100 degrees. Our favorite president wore a suit and tie, with body armor underneath–yet not a drop of sweat. Does he dip himself in antiperspirant after his shower? Serious question–how does he do it?

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  39. Patriot Lady says:

    And for those of you who are unfamiliar with Jim Jordan, a post from several weeks ago…
    _________________________________________________________________
    July 11, 2018 Jim Jordan’s dirty little secret:
    No – it’s not the recent accusation of immoral behavior when he was a college wrestling coach to which I refer. This secret more recent, and politically speaking, far more dangerous to us than allegations of him concealing sexual assault of college wrestlers when a OSU college coach. Jordan’s immoral actions occurred in 2013, 2015 and 2017. Please let me explain….

    This week I received an email from Tea Party Patriots defending Jim Jordan. Both TPP and Tom Zawistowski asked us to support Jordan against these charges. But first we need a brief review of how the US Congress works– in particular, the role of the Speaker of the House……

    One of the duties of The Speaker is to set the House legislative agenda. The Speaker determines which legislation reaches the House floor for a vote. In other words, The Speaker of the House controls all legislation passing through Congress. Remember that.

    As you know, in October 2015, Speaker of the House, John Boehner, resigned in disgrace. Boehner lost the Speakership, not because he was voted out by House GOP members, but because of pressure put on Congress (fire John Boehner!) by frustrated constituents and Tea Party groups across the nation—Republicans and conservative Americans angry with their representatives that they were not doing what they were elected for- upholding conservatism! In reality, Boehner’s deceit and his anti-conservatism goes as far back as 2008: https://thinkprogress.org/boehners-home-state-tea-party-slams-his-secret-plot-to-kill-the-congressional-ethics-office-63b175272af2/
    Before 2015 however, steps to remove Boehner were beginning to take shape.
    In January 2013, several House members- not including Jim Jordan- but Louie Gohmert, Justin Amash, Tim Huelskamp, and Thomas Massie, led an insurrection to oust Boehner. Shockingly, neither Jim Jordan nor Michele Bachmann, both who had campaigned as Tea Party candidates, would join the effort– even after Tea Party groups from Cincinnati to Toledo, Dayton to Akron –and conservatives all over Ohio begged them to do so. Over a period of 2 weeks, literally hundreds of phone calls were made and emails were sent to Congress. I know- I was a part of it! Even national conservative blogger and radio host, Erick Erickson from RedState, was involved. In January 2013, John Boehner would have been replaced by a conservative Speaker, but for the lack of 2 Republican votes- shamefully 2 Ohio Republicans– Jim Jordan and Brad Wenstrup. Jordan and Wenstrup failed as conservatives, supported Boehner, and he was re-elected. To this day I still scratch my head and ask– Why did Jordan support Boehner?! He knew Boehner’s horrendous record: making back-room deals with Pelosi, stonewalling the Benghazi investigation, refusing to defund Planned Parenthood, and even threatening to redistrict Jordan over his opposition to the 2011 budget deal. How can this be the same Jim Jordan who fought so adamantly for conservatism in 2011?!
    In January 2015, with the anti-Boehner movement gaining momentum, those same 4 congressmen- Gohmert, Amash, Huelskamp, Massie- plus 21 others, led an even greater effort to oust Boehner. Both Jim Jordan and Michelle Bachmann however, sucker punched conservatives again, and supported Boehner for Speaker!
    So in September 2015, after our RINO congressmen refused twice to do it, a citizen revolt finally forced Speaker Boehner to resign. With Boehner gone, Jim Jordan was granted a third opportunity to redeem himself when a brave conservative, Daniel Webster, volunteered as candidate for Speaker. Jordan could have joined the effort, but he didn’t. He instead supported Boehner’s liberal clone, Paul Ryan. And in January 2017, Jordan threw conservatives under the bus for the fourth time, supporting the anti-Trump liberal, Paul Ryan! There is no doubt in my mind- Jim Jordan is not only a member of the DC Swamp, he’s fertilizing it!
    Bottom line– if all legislation introduced in Congress is controlled by the Speaker, and Jim Jordan has a history of supporting dishonorable liberal Speakers, how can Jim Jordan truthfully call himself a conservative? What credibility does he have if he tells us he voted against a bad bill, when he supported the liberal who controls all legislation to be voted on?! So the next time your GOP Congressman brags about his ‘conservative’ voting record, just remember this– it means squat! The only vote that mattered was his vote for Speaker of the House.

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  40. recoverydotgod says:

    Jim Jordan is keeping track of Rosenstein words and actions: “Oath of office obligates us to do.”

    Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the 2018 American Bar Association Annual Meeting
    Chicago, IL ~ Thursday, August 2, 2018
    https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/deputy-attorney-general-rod-j-rosenstein-delivers-remarks-2018-american-bar-association

    -snip-

    Before I conclude, I want to share a parable that Attorney General Jackson used to emphasize the role of lawyers in preserving liberty. It is about three stonecutters asked to describe their work. The first stonecutter focuses on how the job benefits him. He says, “I am earning a living.” The second narrowly describes his personal role: “I am cutting stone.” The third man exhibits a different perspective. His face lights up as he explains what the work means to others: “I am helping to build a cathedral.”

    Jackson explained that lawyers “do more than earn [a] living[]; we do more than [litigate] [individual] cases. We are building the legal structure that will protect … human liberty” for generations to come. That is a core duty of lawyers. You are always building a legacy, whether you realize it or not. You set an example for your colleagues, you enforce the rules for your clients, and you lay a foundation for your successors. You should never forget about the cathedral.

    President Trump selected a superb team of skilled and principled lawyers to lead the Department of Justice and our U.S. Attorney’s Offices. Attorney General Jeff Sessions emphasizes that we do “not represent any narrow interest or any subset of the American people. We represent all of the American people and protect the integrity of our Constitution.”

    We are responsible for helping to develop and faithfully implement the President’s law enforcement policies in a manner consistent with longstanding nonpartisan principles. Our decisions do not please all the people all the time, but they always reflect the care, caution, and wisdom required by the law.

    That is what the President appointed us to do. It is what the Senate confirmed us to do. It is what the oath of office obligates us to do.

    We will keep the faith, defend the Constitution, and promote the rule of law.

    -snip-

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  41. Jim Jordan’s been put through hell, and that interaction put a tear in my eye. And I do think he’s future presidential material, and I think Trump saw it, too.

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  42. Patriot Lady says:

    I truly don’t understand all this adoration for Jim Jordan.
    In 2009 and 2010 when millions of us marched in DC, the rally cry was “Clean House and Senate in 2010!” The creation of the Tea Party was because of John Boehner and the rest of the GOP establishment, ‘the swamp’. Boehner’s deceit and hatred for the Tea Party was known back in 2008:
    https://thinkprogress.org/boehners-home-state-tea-party-slams-his-secret-plot-to-kill-the-congressional-ethics-office-63b175272af2/
    Jim Jordan has been a member of Congress since 2007. He has been supporting John Boehner, Paul Ryan and the DC establishment his entire tenure in office. If the following is true, why are we still supporting Jordan…………….??!

    As you know, in October 2015, Speaker of the House, John Boehner, resigned in disgrace. Boehner lost the Speakership, not because he was voted out by House GOP members, but because of pressure put on Congress (fire John Boehner!) by frustrated constituents and Tea Party groups across the nation—Republicans and conservative Americans angry with their representatives that they were not doing what they were elected for- upholding conservatism!
    Before 2015 however, steps to remove Boehner were beginning to take shape.
    In January 2013, several House members- not including Jim Jordan- but Louie Gohmert, Justin Amash, Tim Huelskamp, and Thomas Massie, led an insurrection to oust Boehner. Shockingly, neither Jim Jordan nor Michele Bachmann, both who had campaigned as Tea Party candidates, would join the effort– even after Tea Party groups from Cincinnati to Toledo, Dayton to Akron –and conservatives all over Ohio begged them to do so. Over a period of 2 weeks, literally hundreds of phone calls were made and emails were sent to Congress. I know- I was a part of it! Even national conservative blogger and radio host, Erick Erickson from RedState, was involved. In January 2013, John Boehner would have been replaced by a conservative Speaker, but for the lack of 2 Republican votes- shamefully 2 Ohio Republicans– Jim Jordan and Brad Wenstrup. Jordan and Wenstrup failed as conservatives, supported Boehner, and he was re-elected. To this day I still scratch my head and ask– Why did Jordan support Boehner?! He knew Boehner’s horrendous record: making back-room deals with Pelosi, stonewalling the Benghazi investigation, refusing to defund Planned Parenthood, and even threatening to redistrict Jordan over his opposition to the 2011 budget deal. How can this be the same Jim Jordan who fought so adamantly for conservatism in 2011?!
    In January 2015, with the anti-Boehner movement gaining momentum, those same 4 congressmen- Gohmert, Amash, Huelskamp, Massie- plus 21 others, led an even greater effort to oust Boehner. Both Jim Jordan and Michelle Bachmann however, sucker punched conservatives again, and supported Boehner for Speaker!
    So in September 2015, after our RINO congressmen refused twice to do it, a citizen revolt finally forced Speaker Boehner to resign. With Boehner gone, Jim Jordan was granted a third opportunity to redeem himself when a brave conservative, Daniel Webster, volunteered as candidate for Speaker. Jordan could have joined the effort, but he didn’t. He instead supported Boehner’s liberal clone, Paul Ryan. And in January 2017, Jordan threw conservatives under the bus for the fourth time, supporting the anti-Trump liberal, Paul Ryan! There is no doubt in my mind- Jim Jordan is not only a member of the DC Swamp, he’s fertilizing it!
    Bottom line– if all legislation introduced in Congress is controlled by the Speaker, and Jim Jordan has a history of supporting dishonorable liberal Speakers, how can Jim Jordan truthfully call himself a conservative? What credibility does he have if he tells us he voted against a bad bill, when he supported the liberal who controls all legislation to be voted on?!! So the next time your GOP Congressman brags about his ‘conservative’ voting record, just remember this– it means squat! The only vote that mattered was his vote for Speaker of the House.
    Personally, Jim Jordan’s guilt or innocence of ignoring sexual abuse against college wrestlers concerns me not. His actions in Congress for the past 5 years are a far greater example of his character– a liar, coward, and should not be re-elected.

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    • socalbeliever#infinite says:

      If he is still what you think and believe, if not mistaken, then why is he pushing for the unredacted texts, f b i reports and FISA court documents. Why was his nephew suddenly murdered in a car wreck, as I do not believe it was a random accident. Did Jim Jordan ever respond to your questions and give an answer to the people of Ohio? You are correct about that traitor Boehner & uniparty-globalist liar Ryan. I recall the true conservatives who fought to take back the House and represent the conservative platform. Ohio needs to hold Jim Jordan accountable for his actions regarding these matters you pointed out to the readers.

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  43. socalbeliever#infinite says:

    Jim Jordan is a very brave man of honor and courage and integrity – character traits wholly missing from the Congress-slimes of DC – male and female! By His grace and mercies alone, The Freedom Caucus is the only thing standing between the President and obstruction of justice, insidious, subversive corruption, malevolent, malicious & fraudulent impeachment charges & a 3rd world coup attempt- all promulgated by an unelected and unaccountable, nefarious, demonic, deep state. Pray hard without ceasing for the LORD to protect and shield Jim Jordan and his family, along with all of his Freedom Caucus counterparts, who fight diligently and persistently to obtain the truth behind the phony russian hoax concoction, to expose the seditious, traitorous, treasonous, evil snakes that hate our country & seek its ruin for their sole gain. We must do all we can to help these brave men & women who risk their lives to do what is good and righteous under the law. Please vote & do what is necessary to excise the wicked grasp of those who wish to destroy this nation and its people. It is imperative to act these mid-terms, otherwise we may face a very ugly illicit take-down of this hard-working committed President of the people. Remember those who died to protect our freedoms & who sacrificed their all. Remember Jim Jordan’s nephew. Pray for His gracious mercies and unmerited favorable blessings over evil; the remnant remain faithful to His Word. Witness all the strange & unfortuitous happenings across this country that continue non-stop since Pres Trump’s election in Nov 2016. Funny how the LBJ ranch just randomly closed temporarily …..

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  44. Dee says:

    Devine Intervention…again and again. “And you shall know that I am God”

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  45. Mercenary says:

    If Jim Jordan became Speaker, that would be like Christmas. All that left would be ole’ Turtle McConnell.

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