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JORDAN WANTS GARLAND OUT: Ohio Rep Outlines Two Avenues for Impeachment if House Flips

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.14.22

A midterm House flip could spell trouble for Merrick Garland.

According to a report from The Daily Wire, ranking House Judiciary Committee member Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is not ruling out impeachment hearings for Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland. Jordan says there are two avenues to pursue.

From The Daily Wire:

Jordan, who’s in line to take over the House Judiciary Committee if the GOP prevails in the 2022 midterms, outlined two avenues for a potential impeachment, namely Garland’s inaction on protests outside conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices’ homes and attacks on pro-life clinics, and potential coordination with Left-wing groups opposed to parents protesting curricula at school board meetings, The Washington Free Beacon reported.

“That’ll be a decision that will be made by the entire conference,” Jordan told the outlet during an interview published Monday.

“The key question we would like to find out, if in fact the American people put us in control, is was this similar to what happened with parents at school board meetings?” the Republican posed. “In other words, was the Biden White House working with some outside left wing influence groups, and also then communicating that information to the DOJ?”

Earlier this week, Jordan sent a tweet, stating Garland has weaponized the DOJ:

Jordan went on to blast Garland on Hannity: “Where is Merrick Garland?” Hannity asked while discussing the DOJ’s lack of action on the harassment of Supreme Court Justices.

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