Jim Jordan: J6 Committee Already Guilty Of Lies and Altering Evidence

Speaking with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) reminded Americans that the January 6 Committee had already been caught lying and altering evidence in the past.

As the Democrats and RINOs in Congress desperately attempt to convince Americans that the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, is somehow still the most important issue right now, Jordan wants to remind the American people that the partisan actors on the committee have already been caught lying and altering evidence to push their narrative.

While the American people are suffering from sky-high inflation, record-high gas prices, and empty shelves at the grocery store, President Joe Biden and the Democrats are busy televising their primetime January 6 committee hearings in a desperate attempt to make Republicans look worse than the country currently looks under Democratic leadership.

Speaking on “Sunday Morning Futures,” Jordan called out the House Select January 6 Committee for their “choreographed” presentation.

“I want to see all the depositions,” he said. “I want to see all the documents. And ranking member Rodney Davis has already sent a preservation letter to the committee, saying, preserve all this information, so we can look at it, and the American people can get the full story, not just this one-sided, choreographed presentation we got — excuse me — we got the other night. But when you think about what this committee has done, never in the history of this country, in the history of the House of Representatives, has a minority leader not been able to put on a select committee that individuals he or she has selected.”

The Ohio Republican also wanted to remind viewers that the committee has altered evidence in the past, so everything they are currently showing the American people should be carefully scrutinized for bias.

The Ohio Republican lawmaker also reminded viewers of altered evidence, apparently referring to an altered text message exchange between Jordan and Mark Meadows.

“We also know that this committee has altered evidence and lied to the American people about it, so much so that they had to issue a statement which says, we regret the error, which is government-speak for, we got caught lying,” Jordan continued. “So that’s what this committee is about. I think the country sees it for what it is, a partisan political activity. That’s why the leader and I wrote the op-ed that we did in The Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago.”

The altered evidence Jordan is referring to is a text message exchange between himself and Mark Meadows. It was revealed in December that Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who is a member of the January 6 committee, presented a graphic showing the altered text message, and was later forced to apologize. While Schiff did admit to an “error,” he simply claimed that a period was “added inadvertently,” while refusing to acknowledge the fact that the period was added in the middle of a sentence and the rest of the sentence was purposefully omitted. Essentially, they cut out half of a sentence to make it seem like Jordan said something that he did not.

Jordan’s office admitted that he did send the message, but said it was a snippet of a message that the congressman “forwarded” from attorney Joseph Schmitz, who was expressing a legal theory about overturning the results of the 2020 election.