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Jim Jordan Hit With 'Jerkoff-Gate' Hours Before Joining Impeachment Panel

Update: Despite 'masturgate' - Jordan was appointed to the House Intelligence Committee on Friday.

Days before his anticipated appointment to the House's leading impeachment panel, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has been hit with a new allegation that he ignored a 1994 complaint claiming that an Ohio State University sports doctor jerked off in a shower in front of a referee, according to NBC News.

The curiously timed allegation is contained in a lawsuit filed Thursday by 43 accusers who claim Ohio State's "ingrained culture of institutional indifference" enabled their sexual abuse. The doctor, Richard Strauss, is accused of "drugging and raping athletes" as he preyed on underage athletes. He died in 2005 and was later found to have sexually abused 177 male students over two decades.

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"...CURIOUSLY TIMED..." MY ASTROLABE!!

The point of the timing was to completely prevent Jordan from being appointed to the House Intelligence Committee which, thankfully, did not happen; I am reminded, at this moment, of that statement of Oscar Wilde, about "Revenge is a dish served best cold".

What the Democrats, or Bunglingcrats, as i now describe them, have managed to do, here is get to Representative Jordan furious enough to be able to rip this whole inquiry to shreds, and right in front of the American people.

One has to wonder what the statute of limitations is in Ohio, or wherever this lawsuit was filed, in light of the fact that these allegations happened over 25 years ago, and Dr. Strauss died 19 years ago.

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Why is this not a conflict of interest?

mistorteem

Curious that the legal firm hired at a cost of over $6 million to investigate the allegations was Perkins Coie, law firm of Hillary Clinton, DNC.

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