Jim Jordan Goes Scorched Earth, Demands Answers from John Brennan, James Clapper, Nina Jankowicz

Republican Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is going scorched earth on the intelligence community and top federal officials over the cover-up efforts regarding Hunter Biden’s infamous “Laptop from Hell.”

Jordan, who will likely like the House Judiciary Committee come January, is demanding answers from former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, former Director of the CIA John Brennan, former executive director for the Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Board Nina Jankowicz, and the Executive Assistant Director of the FBI’s Human Resource Branch, Jennifer Moore.

The congressman wants information from Clapper and Brennan about the infamous statement many national security experts signed claiming the story about Hunter Biden was “Russian disinformation.”

The letter gave cover to the media to denounce the story and for Twitter and Facebook to suppress it.

He also wants information from Jankowicz about her un-American Disinformation Governance Board.

Jordan told Jankowicz to contact his staff immediately to set up an interview.

It should be noted Jankowicz no longer works for the federal government but did just register as a foreign agent.

Jordan wants answers from Moore about targeting whistleblowers and conservative employees of the federal government.

He said protected whistleblowers “suggest that the FBI is engaging in a ‘purge’ of employees with conservative views by revoking their security clearances and indefinitely suspending these employees” and that she has “signed many of the formal notices for these adverse personnel actions.”

“We have also received information suggesting you have retaliated against at least one whistleblower who has made protected disclosures to Congress,” Jordan wrote.

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Jordan warned them all he would issue subpoenas to get the information by a “compulsory process if necessary.”

Jill Tyson, the FBI’s assistant director of its Office of Congressional Affairs, denied Jordan’s accusation that conservative employees were targeted over their political views.

Tyson wrote:

“The FBI has strong procedures in place to promote accountability when an FBI employee strays from their obligations — including employee actions that create the appearance of political, social, or other bias.

“The FBI takes all allegations of misconduct very seriously, and that includes taking seriously our responsibility to FBI employees who make protected disclosures under the whistleblower regulations.

“It is important to emphasize that allegations against one or a very small number of employees do not reflect a widespread political bias or a lack of objectivity by the FBI’s 38,000 employees who perform their jobs objectively, rigorously, and with professionalism.

“Nor do such allegations fairly call into question the FBI’s motivations and actions to fulfill its mission, which reflect the collective judgment and effort of our workforce,” Tyson wrote.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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