Congressman Jim Jordan is convinced no one believes what President Biden says.
Jordan appeared on Justice with Judge Jeanine on Saturday, where he spoke about the recent Kyle Rittenhouse trial. Jordan first said that Biden’s suggestion on Twitter back in 2020 that Rittenhouse was a white supremacist. He contrasted this with Biden’s post-acquittal comments, in which the president accepted that “the jury has spoken.”
“If you see the big picture, judge, I do not believe anyone really believes anything the Biden White House says,” Jordan said. “I mean, how many times have they lied to Americans?”
He said later on, noting Joe Biden’s accusations that Rittenhouse was an alleged white supremacist.
“It is ridiculous what he said about Kyle Rittenhouse during this case,” Jordan said. “We all have seen the evidence; the videos, we watched Kyle Rittenhouse testify. We believed him since he said the truth … Nobody believes anything Biden says anymore.”
Pirro later showed a clip of VP Kamala Harris’s reaction , who said, “it is clear, there’s still a lot of work to do” in changing criminal justice.
“Do any of these people say what the problem is, or are they just happy being anti-white?” Pirro said in response.
“Yeah, that is all they are about,” Jordan said. “They don’t actually like our First Amendment, they don’t even want a true debate.”
“They just want to say if you do not agree with me, we will call you racist, call you names,” he said. “And if you try to speak up, then we will try to cancel you.”
Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on Friday of all charges after being accused of shooting three people and killing two in Wisconsin.
This comes at a time when Democrats have increased their rhetoric along with their threats against white Americans using the term “white supremacist” to suppress speech and bully people into submission. The January 6th protest has served as their conveniently-timed excuse for going on the offensive like never before. This is in addition to the Biden Administration’s targeting of angry parents as possible domestic terrorists and white supremacists.
Author: Blake Ambrose