Rep. Jim Jordan called ‘Coward’ Over Alleged Abuse Cover-Up | All In | MSNBC

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The brother of a wrestler who said he was sexual abused at Ohio State—while his then-coach, Jim Jordan, turned a blind eye—has harsh words for the Ohio Congressman. Aired on 2/13/2020.
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Rep. Jim Jordan called ‘Coward’ Over Alleged Abuse Cover-Up | All In | MSNBC

35 Comments on "Rep. Jim Jordan called ‘Coward’ Over Alleged Abuse Cover-Up | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Read: “Former Wrestler Claims Rep. Jim Jordan “Begged” Him to Contradict His Brother’s Abuse Claims” by Molly Olmstead Feb 13, 2020

  2. This video should be reposted every week to remind people of who he really is.

  3. 177 cases of abuse. Coincidently about the number of days till Jordan loses his election.

    • When Jim “Pedo” Jordan is indicted , then everything he said defending T-Rump was lies … republican logic
      That is what republicans say about Lev Parnas … hes indicted , so we cant trust what he says .
      Funny how republicans forget that , T-Rump has actually been convicted of 2 frauds in last 3 years and had to pay $27 mil to victims … and they still trust him .
      Or how about Roger Stone , hes been convicted , hes just waiting for judge to decide if its 5 or 50 years in prison … but you can trust what Roger Stone says ?


  5. Could you imagine how Jordan would react if Obama had done something like this.

  6. And Gym Jordan has not changed. Now he supports those who abuse the Constitution.

  7. This should have been played every day before the Impeachment hearings.


  9. We should call Jim Jordan “the ostrich!” He sticks his head in the sand every time someone commits a crime in front of him!!!!

  10. Finaly !! Getting the airtime it should !!

  11. In a scathing op-ed, published in Cleveland, Ohio’s The Plain Dealer newspaper, after the House Intel Committee’s impeachment inquiry hearings, the paper’s former editorial director Brent Larkin took a blow torch to the reputation of Gym Jordan.

    “There was no good reason to punish Greater Cleveland by making the person who’s now the second most contemptible human being in the entire U.S. government part of the region’s delegation to Congress,”  said Brent Larkin

    “Everything about Jordan reeks of a man willing to cast aside common decency and fairness in service of a corrupt and cruel president.” Larkin concluded. “He may be the most unfit man to ever represent part of Greater Cleveland in Congress.”


  12. I wish he had audio of the crying and groveling … Would make for great TV..

  13. Why is Jordan not in Jail.?

  14. Man I wish the brother had recorded Gym Jordan crying and telling him to lie. Jorden sure has to wrestle with the truth all the time and I hope he gets pinned and losses this match.

    • Those 2018 phone records are somewhere. The Private phone company’s should have them in storage for at least 5 years. That could at least corroborate the brothers time statement.

  15. Jordan seems to have a history of “turning a blind eye”.

  16. The Chickens…Always come home to roost. Jim Jordan has a date with calamity… Its coming for All Trumpets minions…Tick, tick, tick….

  17. And Al Franken resigned because…

  18. It seems as though Jordan is a professional at covering up sexual abuse, maybe that’s why he’s so loved by his boss.

  19. Rumple Stiltskin | February 13, 2020 at 10:20 PM | Reply

    Gym “that’s just Strauss” Jordan needs to be prosecuted.

  20. Crying, grovelling, begging…yup, those are accurate descriptors of Jim Jordan.

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