As you all know, Donald Trump is facing down an indictment for the hush money that he paid to porn star Stormy Daniels.
Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, a Soros-funded DA, wants to see Trump do a perp walk and is trying to nail him on felony charges for something that would normally be a slap on the wrist and a fine, reports the New York Post.
To that point, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) now sounds more like Donald Trump’s attorney than a member of Congress.
Jordan is easily one of my top 5 current members of Congress. He is an absolute bulldog during hearings, but I think he may have gone a bit overboard here.
While discussing the hush money payment to Daniels, Jordan appeared to make it sound as though this was an honest mistake that could have happened to anyone that needed to pay someone $130,000 to keep them quiet about an affair with a porn star while his wife was at home pregnant.
Jordan stated, “And then what changed? President Trump announces he’s running for president and shazam! Now they are — we’re going to have some bookkeeping error from seven years ago, reports The Hill.
A bookkeeping error? Now I will be the first one tell you I think this case against Trump nothing more than a misdemeanor, which the statute of limitations has run out on, by the way.
However, this was not a simple error…
A shell company was created, with the money being routed through that company, then Trump organization reimbursed the shell company for the money, classifying it as legal fees. It sickens me that Jordan is putting his own name on the line by offering up this excuse when that was clearly not the case.
He would have been far better off arguing the lack of merit in the case as it is rather than offering up this lame excuse for how Trump got himself in this pickle in the first place.
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Author: G. McConway
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