Internet ridicules 'demagogic’ Republican Jim Jordan after reports that the GOP thinks he's the best shot to sabotage impeachment

Internet ridicules 'demagogic’ Republican Jim Jordan after reports that the GOP thinks he's the best shot to sabotage impeachment
Rep. Jim Jordan, ABC's "This Week" Screengrab

Republican Leadership is debating moving the ever-jacketless Ohio GOP Congressman Jim Jordan to the House Intelligence Committee in a clear attempt to spy on and disrupt the fast-moving and highly-productive impeachment inquiry. The Intel Committee is the primary committee investigating the president.


Calling him “a fiery supporter of the president,” CBS News reports the discussions among House leadership are “active and serious.”

Some political experts find Jordan’s conspiracy theories and overall disrespectful and belligerent nature inappropriate.

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