Cheney, Kinzinger Oppose Jordan Becoming Speaker, So He Must Be A Good Choice

They say you can judge people by the enemies they make, and in Rep. Jim Jordan’s case two of them appear to be former Republican Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger.

At least both are opposed to the Ohio representative becoming the next speaker of the House, and they had some pretty harsh things to say about him.

Given that Cheney and Kinzinger were hand-picked by then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi to serve on the infamous Jan. 6 committee, while she denied Jordan a spot, I can think of no better reason for him to succeed Kevin McCarthy as speaker.

Speaking at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis on Wednesday night, Cheney accused Jordan of being part of a “conspiracy” with then-President Donald Trump to overturn the 2020 election.

Trump questioned the integrity of the official election results and wanted state legislatures in places like Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Georgia to take a closer look before the Electoral College vote was certified.

Cheney further alleged that Jordan knew what Trump had planned for Jan. 6, 2021, presumably including for some people to become violent, and claimed he should have warned the Capitol Police.

So, according to Cheney, when Trump told rally



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