Law Firm behind junk Russian Dossier behind fake hit on Jim Jordan

 

While we were out celebrating the founding of our Nation, one of the swamp’s snakes let out its evil venom in the form of an attack on Congressman Jim Jordan. MSNBC Morning’s Joe and smirkie Mika were relishing the notion this morning that one of the few stalwart defenders of liberty just might be taken out. Better yet, the snake’s nest was none other than the law firm the Democrats have been using to launder their filthy money in doing so:

 

The DC Swamp unleashed a smear campaign on Jim Jordan Tuesday morning, accusing him of turning a blind eye to sexual abuse as Ohio State wrestling coach… 20 years ago!

Rep. Jim Jordan has been hammering Rosenstein and the FBI over their corruption, Russia probe and Spygate.

The Ohio Congressman also just announced his House Speakership bid plans; he’s a Freedom Caucus founder and very popular with Trump supporters.

The law firm handling the probe into abuse allegations at Ohio State and targeting Jim Jordan is none other than Perkins Coie. Yes, the same Perkins Coie Hillary Clinton used during the 2016 election to stealth pay for her dirty, fake Russia dossier.

Last fall Glenn Simpson revealed in Congressional testimony that the Clinton campaign and Democrat Party were the financial backers behind Fusion GPS’s Trump dossier project.

The House Intelligence Committee released a 165-page transcript of testimony given on Nov. 14 by Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson.

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Fusion in turn hired Steele, an ex-MI6 officer who operates a private intelligence firm in London.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barack Obama also hired Fusion GPS to investigate Mitt Romney and also hid the payments through Perkins Coie.

“As had become standard practice in the shadowy world of ‘oppo’ research, the Obama campaign’s payments to Fusion GPS were never publicly disclosed; the money paid to the investigative firm was reported on campaign disclosure reports as legal bills to the campaign’s law firm, Perkins Coie,” the book reads.

The Obama for America committee paid Perkins Coie around $3 million during the 2012 election cycle, according to filings with the Federal Election Commission, A vast majority of the payments were earmarked for “Legal Services.”

NBC reported:

Rep. Jim Jordan, the powerful Republican congressman from Ohio, is being accused by former wrestlers he coached more than two decades ago at Ohio State University of failing to stop the team doctor from molesting them and other students.

The university announced in April that it was investigating accusations that Dr. Richard Strauss, who died in 2005, abused team members when he was the team doctor from the mid-1970s to late 1990s.

Jordan, who was assistant wrestling coach at the university from 1986 to 1994, has repeatedly said he knew nothing of the abuse until former students began speaking out this spring. His denials, however, have been met with skepticism and anger from some former members of the wrestling team.

More at  Gateway Pundit

If you missed Tuesday’s post, more tomorrow:

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Clinton allies involved in second dossier, same as Benghazi

 

Interesting isn’t it? The Clintons just keep slithering on, damaging everything they touch. Now we learn of a second dossier? I have been laying fallow due to the bug going around, thus stuck trying to amuse myself with the T.V. Needless to say, Hillary is out this morning again bemoaning her loss, while the Dems have totally lost their minds. I swear I am in the twilight zone? Anyone else feel that way?

Republican Rep. Jim Jordan accused key Clinton allies of helping craft a second anti-Trump dossier and accused them of “rigging the game,” Tuesday on “Fox & Friends.”

Jordan was asked about a possible second dossier and said Clinton operatives Sidney Blumenthal and Cody Shearer had paid Christopher Steele to do opposition research, but then told Steele which specific details to include.

“The names we keep hearing are Sidney Blumenthal and Cody Shearer — people who have been around the Clintons as being a part of this. But I also think it’s kind of interesting because what it looks like is, they paid Steele to put together the dossier and told him what to put in,” Jordan said. “Talk about rigging the game and putting together a document that will serve your purposes as an opposition research document.”

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Conservative Group Launches Campaign To ‘Depose’ Boehner From Speakership’

Sure sounds like a great idea to me. Anyone else game for the idea? All it will take is 16 votes, and I know there are four already that are in the bag. Time to give the old boys a lesson and put a spring back in our step. Here we go:

Conservative Group Launches Campaign To ‘Depose’ Boehner From Speakership – Daily Caller

The backlash against Speaker of the House John Boehner’s removal of several conservative members of Congress from committees continued Wednesday, with one conservative group calling for Republicans to “depose” Boehner from his speakership.

American Majority Action (AMA) is launching a #FireBoehner campaign. If 16 members of the Republican Party abstain from voting for Boehner as speaker in January, he will be one vote shy of the 218 necessary to confirm his speakership.

“Speaker Boehner has been an abysmal failure as speaker, and his latest purge is the nail in the coffin for conservatives,” said Ned Ryun, president and CEO of AMA. “Boehner has never won a negotiation [sic] battle with the White House or Senate – and he’s been nothing short of an embarrassing spokesman for the conservative movement. It’s time for him to go.”

The recent anger stems in large part from the removal of Reps. David Schweikert, Justin Amash and Tim Huelskamp from their spots on committees. Boehner has said it was an issue of loyalty, Buzzfeed reported, but conservatives have labeled it a purge of more conservative and libertarian elements of the party.

“We only need 16 votes to get conservatives on the path to actually reducing our $16 trillion debt,” AMA Virginia Director Matt Robbins said. “If conservatives want to tackle our biggest challenges, we need competent leaders – and frankly – new leaders.”

Ron Meyer, press secretary for AMA, said that the group likes Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, the outgoing chairman of the conservative Republican Study Committee, to replace Boehner, though he noted that “there aren’t enough votes to elect someone new – yet.”

But removing him from the speakership, Myer said, is “doable for sure.”

A Boehner spokesman did not respond to request for comment.

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