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Jordan Vows to Unleash the FURY Against Fed Corruption

Rock star House Republican Jim Jordan isn’t dismayed by the lack of cooperation from the criminal leaders of the DOJ and FBI. He expected it. The Ohio conservative and his colleagues on some powerful committees are doing their “due diligence.” They’re showing the American public how hard the Democrats are trying to cover up their Deep State crimes. It makes it that much easier to build a case to yank their funding right out from under them.

Jim Jordan holds the cards

When Jim Jordan visited the Fox studios on Sunday to hang out with Maria Bartiromo, he was confidant that the House can eventually clean up the corruption which has weaponized the FBI into the Deep State secret police.

The big news of the week is the testimony presented by some FBI whistleblowers on Thursday at a hearing held by his House Judiciary Committee.

What Jordan had to say is reminiscent of the famous saying of Teddy Roosevelt, “If you’ve got them by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow.” The way the House watchdog put it was, “in the end, money always gets people’s attention.” He plans to get Christopher Wray’s attention in a huge way, real soon.

What we’re going to have to do is say, ‘hey, FBI, you can’t use federal tax dollars, you can’t use the American tax dollars for this kind of activity.‘ We’ve got to limit how they spend the money, maybe even limit them.” That sounds ominous. There’s more than one way to cancel someones credit and the House holds all the credit cards.

Jordan had what he himself declared is “a great example” of what he and his friends can do. They want “hundreds of millions of dollars in their construction budget for a new facility.

They can kiss it goodbye. “No way should we approve that. That should be a given. No way we’re going to give you money for that.” The House, he reminds, holds a very special power.

What they do next, he insists, is simple. “We have to use the appropriation, that’s the power that the founders wanted, the legislative branch, and in particular the House, where constitutionally every spending bill, every tax bill has to originate in the House.

Jordan spelled it out. “They wanted that body, which stands for election every two years, to be the body closer to the people deciding how we spend the money.

Exercise the authority

It’s time for the Republican led House to “exercise our authority, the power of the purse, to limit what the federal government, what the FBI, the Justice Department are doing to the American people.

Another thing Jordan noted is that “Speaker McCarthy and Republicans are committed to doing all 12 appropriations bills that fund the government over the next several months.

The first one’s scheduled in the next couple of weeks. “We’ve been meeting with the appropriations staff, our staff on Judiciary Committee, to work on how we can limit money.” Joe Biden can’t seem to grasp the fact that the more money he prints, the less it’s worth.

He’s also trying to spend our way out of bankruptcy. The Senate is finally backing up the house on a return to fiscal responsibility. There’s a chance that we might end up defunding the entire government. Jordan wasn’t ready to go there yet.

For now, the watchdog is using his committee powers to issue subpoenas and asking for all sorts of records that the FBI could be using to prove they have been doing their job properly and honestly.

Instead of the officials turning over the records showing how great a job they’re doing, they hide them and plead the fifth. Jordan won’t stand for that much longer. He’s not going to stand for “American tax dollars being used in these ways.” It’s time to “deal with the overall budget that the FBI and the DOJ is receiving.” Maybe eliminate it completely.

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