Media: Jim Jordan ‘Committed a Felony’ Punishable By 20-Year In Prison

Far-leftist media outlets and radical Democrats are courting disaster by obtusely labeling Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) as a traitor and falsely accusing him of committing a felony for merely conducting his role as a member of Congress with constitutional integrity during the hotly contested and irreparably compromised 2020 election. Reports emerged through the hyper-partisan sham of the January 6th House Committee that Rep. Jordan forwarded an allegedly incriminating text message to Fmr. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

Jim Jordan Accused Of A Felony, For Doing His Duty

In the forwarded message Vice President Mike Pence was urged with constitutional precedents from the Federalist Papers and Supreme Court rulings to reject the electoral college slates from states where the election was known to be compromised.

The allegedly incriminating text read,

“On January 6, 2021, Vice President Mike Pence, as President of the Senate, should call out all the electoral votes that he believes are unconstitutional as no electoral votes at all — in accordance with guidance from founding father Alexander Hamilton and judicial precedence. ‘No legislative act,’ wrote Alexander Hamilton in Federalist No. 78, ‘contrary to the Constitution, can be valid.’ The court in Hubbard v. Lowe reinforced this truth: ‘That an unconstitutional statute is not a law at all is a proposition no longer open to discussion.’ 226 F. 135, 137 (SDNY 1915), appeal dismissed, 242 U.S. 654 (1916).”

Far-leftist radical Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) called Congressman Jordan “a traitor to the constitution” merely because he rejects the precedence that had it been acted upon would have been devastating to his party. Gallego along appearing with MSNBC panelist Glenn Kirschner a former Federal prosecutor turned far-left shill claimed that the text message that outlines a completely legitimate constitutional procedure “constitutes probable cause that Jordan committed “obstruction of official proceedings,” a federal felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison.” according to Breitbart.

Kirschner claimed,

“What Jim Jordan did by forwarding that text was to obstruct an official proceeding, and that statute, which is a 20-year felony, says if you actually obstruct, or you attempt to obstruct, or you endeavor to impede an official congressional proceeding like the electoral vote count, you’ve committed the federal felony of obstructing an official proceeding,” he said. “That is what Jim Jordan did.”

There’s a technical word for that if our graphic editor will help us out here…

Ah, perfect.

Quite to the contrary, by applying the original intent of the framers of the US Constitution and cross-referencing Supreme Court rulings and past precedents (See: Richard Nixon’s rejection of Hawaii’s electoral slate):

Rep. Patsy Mink (D-HI) laid out the precedent all the way back in 2000, when it could’ve helped Al Gore win an election,

"When Congress met to count the electoral votes on January 6, 1961, it 
had before it three certificates from Hawaii. The first was the 
certificate of the Republican electors dated December 19 accompanied by 
the November 28 certificate of the Acting Governor of Hawaii that the 
electors had been appointed as a result of the November election.
  The second was the certificate of the Democratic electors dated 
December 19, 1960 casting their votes for John Kennedy.
  The third certificate was from the Republican Governor of Hawaii 
dated January 4, 1961 certifying that the Democratic electors had been 
elected ``agreeably to the provision of the laws of the said State, and 
in conformity with the Constitution and the laws of the United States'' 
as ``ascertained by judgment of the Circuit Court.'' The Governor 
annexed a copy of the court's decision to the certificate of election.
  Vice President Nixon, sitting as the presiding officer of the joint 
convention of the two Houses, suggested that the electors named in the 
certificate of the Governor dated January 4, 1961 be considered the 
lawful electors from Hawaii. There was no objection to the Vice 
President's suggestion, and the three electoral votes from Hawaii were 
cast for John Kennedy."

Isn’t it funny how a precedent only counts if it helps the Democrats? But otherwise, it’s treason or obstruction.

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