Jim Jordan Discusses Why Democrats Need to Cling to a Vast Russian Conspiracy Theory…

It has always been a nonsense claim that Russia “interfered” with the 2016 U.S. election.  The political James Clapper and James Brennan construct of the ICA therein was the thin gruel that provided cover for the media to continue making the claim.

Congressman Jim Jordan outlines why democrats must maintain this illusion if they are to retain the public premise:

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55 Responses to Jim Jordan Discusses Why Democrats Need to Cling to a Vast Russian Conspiracy Theory…

  1. littleanniefannie says:

    The press has gone full bore into the Obama philosophy: oh, what a tangled web we weave, when we join with Putin the U.S. to deceive!

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    • tucker7518 says:

      The political James Clapper and James Brennan construct of the ICA therein was the thin gruel that provided cover for the media to continue making the claim.
      It did look like Brennan and Clapper were making a big deal out of nothing.

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  2. wlbeattie says:

    I’d like to learn a bit more about Tucker’s view on the actual Russia vs Ukraine conflict. It was cut short due to the time lag differences in the actual video.

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    • zekfidle says:

      yes..me too…

      at 0:50 on the embedded video above.

      he states his personal view that given the choice he would “side with russia over ukraine”!!

      and suffixes it with “just my opinion”

      has tucker lost his effing mind!!!

      again, reason number 2,536,875 I don’t trust this squealer.

      his first show as an anchor and he drags out bruce jenner in full stupid..

      I had already suspected tucker was an idiot with no moral ethical principles.

      this latest reveal proves he can’t even attempt to hide his complete lack of understanding about the true militarism of russia under putin regime.

      I mean he could barely stutter his confession out.

      notice Jordan doing his level best to cut him off and go to scene two.

      this was very telling.

      again..not journalism….opinion from morons.

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      • chickenhawk says:

        Not sure how you got all that out of his statement “side with russia over ukraine”. Maybe the devil is in the details??

        Has anyone heard the full statement of his Ukraine/Russia opinion???

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        • zekfidle says:

          ” I guess I should put it one record, I am TOTALLY OPPOSED TO THESE SANCTIONS (read: RUSSIAN SANCTIONS), and I don’t think we should be at war with russia, and I think we should take the side of..uh..uh..uh.uh. russia over ukraine..if we have to chose between russia and ukraine…THAT IS MY VIEW”

          unsalted, raw, direct statement by tucker of his view..

          what have I missed?

          as he so sloppily stated (the fallacy of a binary decision btw), he can’t be both for russia and against it according to his own rational on the views he holds.

          look I could care less what tucker things..or feels..but he has proven to me someone who cannot be trusted…he routinely offers a view that is so counter-productive to the christian principle and a strong military and foreign policy..and he has a knack of not accepting the realities of the threats.

          what’s next tucker…if you had to choose over NK and SK …looks like NK has an edge?

          I don’t understand this tucker…there is something wrong with the boy.

          me thinks this guy grew up on donahue show…and nothing more than that.

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          • zekfidle, I agree with you. Why would Tucker’s opinion matter? What IS important on his show are his guests and the information that they give. Tucker is only the host giving people with information a platform to give out their information giving us the opportunity to form our own opinions.

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  3. “Yes, it must be an Impeachable Offense, if you dare to say anything that lifetime government minions deem to be Offensive …” How dare you. Really, now. 🙄

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  4. mopar2016 says:

    Jordan is a hero, he’s not afraid of anyone.
    He’s got a mind like a steel trap and he’s got the truth on his side.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Annie says:

      We grow ’em right in Ohio!!!! I have a couple of friends that know him and they cannot say enough good things about him..they say he is the …real deal!!!

      Liked by 9 people

    • J Jordan was an NCAA Champion wrestler when he was in college at WI…toughness never in question for us old enough to remember him from then. 🙂

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    • zekfidle says:

      I think he going to be thinking very hard about making the tucker show…

      in one stroke tucker managed to throw the entire piece into the licking mouths of the dem media machine.

      way to go tucker..you effing moron!

      jordan doesn’t need this on his record.

      he should ask tucker to make a statement soon, like tonight to clear the air and make sure he was not implying in any way that this was or has anything at all to do with jordan’s views..or even that of the us foreign policy..

      chris wallace and this feckless bow tie wearing snit need to walk the plank..

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  5. Betty says:

    All I can think is that they must retain the illusion and never back down no matter how ridiculous and illogical it is to keep the fooled idiots fooled. And nothing else. Democrats have always believed they can break the law, especially election laws – the rank and file are taught voting is just a game and if they can get one over on the rest of us that is just part of the game.

    I wish President Trump would write an executive order that says every American citizen has the right to demand a paper ballet for voting and can take a selfie of themselves handing their ballet to the election judge for counting. And that every polling place must stock enough paper ballets to provide one to every registered voter expected at their polling place.

    I wish he would do it and let the heathens howl.

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    • WSB says:

      Betty, you are right! The reason they are all going ballistic are the crimes they are afraid of being exposed.

      That is it.

      Romney, Graham, Pelosi, Brennan…all of them.

      And I STILL want a bald eagle named Betty! 🦅 😉

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  6. mopar2016 says:


    DumbocRAT logic:
    1. America is Capitalist and greedy – Yet half the population are subsidized.

    2. Half the population are subsidized – Yet they think they’re victims.

    3. They think they’re victims – Yet their representatives run the government.

    4. Their representatives run the government – Yet the poor keep getting poorer.

    5. The poor keep getting poorer – Yet they have things that people in other countries only dream about.

    6. They have things that people in other countries only dream about – Yet they seem to want America to be more like those other countries.

    Go figure.
    We need more people like Jim Jordan in office.

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  7. We have more information today at our fingertips than at any other time in my life.
    In the past we the deplorables always looked to our local TV news stations, radio, and the daily paper to feed us the news of the day and our options at election time. We received the door to door mailings, newspaper ads, TV ads, radio ads, flyers, etc. to base our political decisions on and we looked to those who were wiser or more in the know (wink-wink) about our local, state and federal elected officials before we pulled the lever; that is, if we did our homework before voting.
    Well, in the election of 2016, we did our own research and we had a presidential candidate who talked to each and every one of us individually every time he sent out a tweet, held a rally, had an interview on any TV show, radio, you name it and WE made our decision. P.E.R.I.O.D.
    We did not do what the elites, running the total show in the past, wanted or expected us to do AND NOW we the deplorables are being punished.
    We are being taught a lesson that we are never, ever, going to be able to vote for a candidate, that is NOT accepted by the elites in control of our destiny, because this POTUS is an Imposter, and will be Impeached and after Impeachment, he, his family and anyone and everyone close to him will be destroyed.
    Now learn this lesson well, deplorables, because we are now living it.
    BUT, I don’t believe it will work this time with Donald J. Trump as our POTUS.

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    • zekfidle says:

      yes you are right…don’t consider myself an old timer, but old enough to remember if you wanted a computer, you bought a heath kit and DIY…

      recently john turley did a cspan, sunday show..one of the callers asked him for his opinion on the matter of the “new” information era…wrt social media and the fast networks.

      he used two terms to describe the situation

      saturation
      maturation

      this guy is good.

      saturation…its overwhelming and hard to determine accuracy due to the flood of info people just don’t wade through all of it to get substance…most people don’t.

      maturation…also because of the constant volume, counter intuitively, rapid expiry of information happens in the media and also in the rapidly exchange for the new tantalizing shiny ..there is no motivation for media to fix on a continuing subject matter unless it drives continued interest against anything else they can profit from.

      I am completely paraphrasing his comments..

      but they were something along those lines.

      this guy goes right to the point and leaves little off the table.

      I think he will shock the judiciay and those in the committee and the watchers with his views on “narrow foundations” and other critiques he has drawn up against this impeachment.

      It will indeed be interesting to watch how he manages the terrain.

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      • I have zero plans to waste my day and watch Nadler’s clown show with his expert professors, even though Turley comes across as somewhere in the ‘center’.
        I won’t give any credence to this scandalous fraud put on by the democrat tyrants.

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    • Issy says:

      You are so right. Trump is the first President in my lifetime the people actually chose, not just voted for but chose to run as the candidate of the party and then elected.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Mike says:

    It’s not about impeachment. Three salient issues SD has relayed for three years.

    Patriot Act formerly used to track terrorist is used to spy on American citizens.

    Congress is in the business routing taxpayer funds from the Treasury through foreign governments siphoning off a portion funding political campaigns and enrich themselves.

    Congress trying to breach the firewall between the executive and the legislature thereby nulling the power of the President.

    As SD says there’s TRILLIONS at stake and one must ask, how much more can our government extract from us to fill their coffers?

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    • old white guy says:

      They are filling their coffers with worthless dollars that they inflate monthly. We are now talking trillions instead of billions instead of millions. Yep, definitely been inflating the currency and the debt and the deficit. They are creating a circumstance that even they, the elite, will not survive.

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    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      And how much longer are We the People going to allow these repugnant, vile, and treasonous America haters to continue using the Constitution for toilet paper and fire kindling?

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    • willthesuevi says:

      Mike I agree with most everything you wrote.

      I would like to add to your comment, “Congress trying to breach the firewall between the executive and the legislature thereby nulling the power of the President”.

      The executive branch has been abrogating their powers to the legislative branch since President GHW Bush. President Trump, actively working to take back his constitutional powers, is what the Democrats and RINO’s are most afraid.

      To be fair, congress has abrogated their constitutional war powers to the Executive for decades. It is completely topsy-turvy.

      All we are seeing with this drama is the culmination of all three branches running away from their constitutionally mandated powers for decades. No one wanted to take responsibility, or be on the record for any hard, unpopular, decisions.

      I agree with you, but wanted to expand on your thought a bit. Thanks.

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      • zekfidle says:

        “Where frequent elections end,” proclaimed an oft-stated warning of the revolutionary generation, “tyranny begins.” Having the ability to evaluate those who serve us based on their performance puts the future of the Congress squarely in our hands — whether we want that responsibility or not. ”

        Debating and creating the laws the others branches would be bound by oath to respectively enforce and interpret as time would allow, the legislature was to be the vehicle of the federal government. “In republican government,” Madison understood, “the legislative authority, necessarily, predominates.”

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  9. k4jjj says:

    Democrats control the media, the culture and the bureaucracy. Republicans in the heartland grow and control the food. Let the Leftist lunatics rave. Completely embargo their food shipments and the cities will quickly starve.

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    • Don L says:

      Think, The Ukraine grew most of the Soviet Union’s food , still Stalin starved off many millions of those farmers. It’s not who grows the food, but who controls it.

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    • littlebird160 says:

      Starve the beast of its life blood: TAXES. Tax paying Patriots should amend their IRS Form W4 by claiming “EXEMPT” from withholding. This would effectively reduce the cashflow going to the Treasury by a significant amount. Taxpayers would be responsible for paying their taxes quarterly. WE have the power of the purse. The IRS does not have enough enforcers to handle a situation like this if everyone did it.

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      • todayistheday99 says:

        We can also amend prior years tax returns. If everyone fixed a mistake that refunded $100 it might cause a little panic in DC.

        Liked by 1 person

      • willthesuevi says:

        I agree littlebird160. As someone who has written those quarterly estimates most of my adult life; I can tell you that if people had to write those checks 4 times a year, US government deficit spending would be over by the second year.

        Whoever came up with Federal Withholding was a criminal genius.

        Major respect if you were in the 160th.

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  10. This Ukraine fiasco, along with the Russia fiasco, is all designed to cover up Democrat crimes from the previous administration. After this fiasco ends, another one will take its place. The only thing that will stop it are convictions that result in either death sentences or life imprisonments with no parole. Slap on the wrists won’t stop it. The penalties have to be severe and harsh. If not, just wait until after the election. One of two things will happen. Trump wins and the other side will come after us with killing in mind. Or Trump loses and the other side comes after us with killing in mind.

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  11. Julian says:

    Until the US involvement in the coup in Ukraine in 2014 led by the likes of Victoria Nuland ($5 billion) & Geoffrey Pyatt the Russian defensive action of supporting Crimea and the Donbass will never be understood or appreciated for the incredible restraint shown by Vladimir Putin in the face of US aggression in Ukraine.

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    • We the people know says:

      I was saving this for Christmas…The likes of Nuland (a demon) would happily blow it all up.

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      • Rosemaryflower says:

        This is sweet. I love looking at paintings. These are excellent
        I have a silly joke (okay, I am silly) that when I look at paintings and artwork with my dad, I tell him “we could do that. let’s go get some canvases and paint”

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  12. beachbum31 says:

    the whole monologue – Tucker is the best and is as peeved with this as the rest of us.

    btw this is all over the web, “can you EVEN believe what he thinks! that Russia didn’t MEDDLE!”

    the opposing sides move closer to the line… everything is at stake. everything.

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  13. Porpaganda Democrat lying mainstream medias I’m sick of Them,
    Trump 2020,Best Things yet To come,

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  14. Rosemaryflower says:

    All of these people desperately need our prayers.
    “Things” are going to get ugly and uglier in 2020
    Most normal rational people do not get hysterical…. but the hysterical and irrational people are completely out of control. They are like animals

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  15. De Oppresso Liber says:

    And how much longer are We the People going to allow these repugnant, vile, and treasonous America haters to continue using the Constitution for toilet paper and fire kindling?

    Right now our society is a powder keg, and if it stays that way, sooner or later either by design or happenstance, there will be a spark…..

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  16. Reloader says:

    In Doug Wead’s book “Inside Trump’s White House,” the author relates that The President and “his kids” realized that there was a great good in the two year Mueller fraud: it totally distracted the congress whores and the media from what Trump was doing. Especially for getting rid of onerous regulations … if they had been watching, Trump would not have been allowed to get nearly as much done. Americans are better off for it.

    Wead’s book is very good. He also relates how (either the President or Jared) said that before China screwed America, Japan taught them how. In “the eighties, it was Japan screwing us. Now it’s China.”

    Told ya.

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  17. todayistheday99 says:

    DemonRATS+MSM = neverending hippocracy and intentional lack of logic, reason and common sense

    Once you realize that, everything falls in place.

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  18. alonzo1956 says:

    If the RUSSIA farce continues unabated, it will continue to damage the Nation irreparably. It has pushed us completely out of touch with the real world which can end up starting a conflict that is made up of nearly whole cloth. Somewhere, somehow, the bullshitting of America needs to stop.

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