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Ohio Newspaper: Jim Jordan Is The ‘Ideal Candidate’ To Defend Trump Because He Likes Sex Offenders

In a blistering op-ed published this week, The Plain Dealer of Cleveland unloaded with full force against Ohio Republican Jim Jordan over his insane defense of Presiden Donald Trump during the impeachment hearings.

The scathing essay, written by Brent Larkin,  refers to Jordan as a “seven-term sycophant” and asserts that Jordan owes his House seat to bipartisan gerrymandering and has since become “the second most contemptible human being in the entire U.S. government,” next only to Trump.

“When Jordan slithers out from under his rock each morning, dons a shirt and tie — sans the jacket, lest he be mistaken for Joe McCarthy — his life’s work is to besmirch everything America stands for in service of Donald Trump,” Larkin writes.

He then zeroes in on Jordan’s affinity for sexual predators:

“And now it’s fitting that Republicans have given this seven-term sycophant a starring role in the televised House Intelligence Committee impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump. The assignment comes as Jordan is being credibly accused by some of knowingly turning a blind eye to sexual abuse by a team doctor when Jordan was an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University from 1987 to 1994.

At least five people – four of them former wrestlers and one of them a longtime friend – have said Jordan had to have known former OSU team doctor Richard Strauss was on a sexual rampage that would include — according to OSU — 1,429 sexual assaults and 47 rapes of student patients during Strauss’ time at the school (1978 to 1998) prior to his suicide in 2005.

That makes Jordan an ideal candidate to lead the defense of a malignant president who has bragged about physically abusing women and who has been accused by two dozen women of sexual assault or misconduct.”

You can read the entire op-ed here.


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