Jim Jordan May Be Why Pelosi Has Been Awful Quiet Lately

You may have noticed that Rep. Nancy Pelosi has been very quiet lately.

Pelosi’s office won’t even respond to the press to get her reaction now that the Durham report has been made public.

In July 2017, Pelosi said in response to a Mueller investigation leak, “his week we saw cold hard evidence of the Trump campaign, indeed the Trump family, eagerly intending to collude, possibly, with Russia, a hostile foreign power, to influence American elections.”

“Our election was hijacked,” Pelosi tweeted in May of that same year. “There is no question.”

Funny, now she doesn’t want to talk.

From Fox News:

Pelosi’s office did not respond to multiple requests for comment from Fox News Digital this past week with regard to her response to Durham’s report that found “the Department and the FBI failed to uphold their mission of strict fidelity to the law” during the origins of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.

Pelosi’s office also declined to respond to the question of whether she would walk back any of her past insinuations that Trump colluded with Russia and that the 2016 election was somehow illegitimate.

So why is she so quiet? It may be because of what Rep. Jim Jordan, House Judiciary Chairman, said on a segment with Fox News.

“We’re going to talk with our lawyers,” Jordan said.

“Are there people that were highlighted in the Durham investigation and the Durham report that we need to talk to on the Judiciary Committee? We’re going to give that a good, hard look,” Jordan said.

“Nothing is off the table,” he added, “because it is critical the American people understand how their government — their agencies — have been turned on them, the taxpayer, and we get all the facts out there.”

For years Democrat politicians claimed to have evidence that then-President Trump colluded with Russia, and none of it was true. Now Republicans are getting ready to hold some accountability, and that may be why Nancy is awfully quiet for once.


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