Congressman Jim Jordan Finds Proof James Comey Lied to America about Dossier

You hear about investigations into Trump all the time. Democrat-led House committees are promising to subpoena every aspect of his life. They’re determined to put him through hell, and even though they won’t find anything, they’ll happily fabricate whatever they need to try and disrupt Trump’s Presidency. It’s only a matter of time before they start claiming that he secretly nuked a country. Just you wait.

Don’t let this smokescreen distract you. The Democrats in the House aren’t the only members of Congress who are investigating misconduct. Republican Representative Jim Jordan has been hard at work, and those efforts have finally paid dividends. He has found hard proof that the initial investigation launched into Trump’s campaign was deeply corrupt.

Jordan’s findings will sound familiar. He can prove that agents responsible for launching the witch hunt were severely biased and determined to stop Trump regardless of the law. What’s new is who is involved. We now know that the corruption went all the way up to the deputy Director of the FBI.

As it turns out, Bill Clinton wasn’t the only one having corrupt meetings during the election cycle. Bruce Ohr had his own illicit meeting. If you want to know who he contacted, you’ll have to watch the video. Prepare yourself, because this puts the corrupt investigation in an entirely new light.


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