In an interview on “The Faulkner Focus,” Rep. Jim Jordan criticized Hillary Clinton for spreading false information to discredit Donald Trump and sway the 2016 election.
During the interview, Jordan discussed the Michael Sussman trial and highlighted the “huge” takeaway regarding Hillary’s involvement in trying to frame and discredit Trump.
Jordan said: “The big takeaway here was what we learned a few days back when we learned that Secretary Clinton told Sussmann to take false information to the press…and to the FBI.”
“Step back and think about this,” Jordan continued, “this is the former Secretary of State, this is the former First Lady, this is the former United States Senator…and candidate for one of the major parties for President of the United States…And she’s encouraging a false narrative to be taken to the press.”
“And, of course, it was also taken to the FBI. I think that is huge. And so much so, that the former attorney general called it seditious. And again, you don’t have to take my word for that. This is her campaign manager, Robby Mook, under oath in a court of law, making that statement. So that’s the big takeaway here.”
Though Jordan highlighted the “huge” takeaway from the trial of Michael Sussmann, a former key advisor to Hillary, whom Special Prosecutor John Durham indicted soon after the interview, Sussmann, was found not guilty of lying to the FBI.
Jordan maintains that the conviction of Michael Sussman is immaterial. In his opinion, the bottom line is that Hillary had direct involvement in “encouraging a false narrative.”
MagaConservatives quotes Jim Jordan as saying:
There was spying going on, and it was worse than we thought because they were spying on the sitting president of the United States, and it goes to the Clinton campaign.
That is what is so frightening here. You had the government working with the Clinton campaign to go after the Republican Party’s nominee for president, to spy on that campaign. We’ve never seen anything like that in history.
I’ll tell you what; there is certainly now more than circumstantial evidence that the Democrats and the FBI and the Clinton campaign spied on President Trump’s campaign.
The country sees it. It seems like everything they call us for on misinformation and quote, conspiracy theory, actually turns out to be true, and they’re the ones peddling the false narratives all the time.