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Michael Steele Goes OFF on Jim Jordan’s Lie: ‘You Know When You Called Trump, B**ch! Stop LYING!’
Jim Jordan says he doesn’t recall whether he talked to Trump on January 6th. This is, quite obviously, a lie. And Michael Steele knows it and ain’t about to put up with it.
No attorney (no honest one) will ever, ever, allow a client to lie on the witness stand. But off the witness stand, if one is not under oath and is asked difficult questions, the answer is “I don’t recall” because it might not even be a lie if you don’t recall every minute detail, and it’s impossible to prove.
But Jim Jordan is a politician and he is a politician that is not charged with a crime. He was asked whether he spoke to the president or not on January 6th, which – if anyone was going to remember a day in which he or she spoke to the president, that would be the day because the subject would be that much more compelling.
The Lincoln Project brings us the video, for which we’re quite thankful because we really couldn’t write many of the words contained within. Suffice it to say that no only is Michael Steele angry about the fact that Jim Jordan is insulting our intelligence by saying he doesn’t recall, Steele is made that the phone call took place at all and that Jordan likely has evidence that goes to the extent of what Trump knew and will not say it. He is still protecting Trump:
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So, a few highlights, Steele says: “I can tell you every conversation I had with every president going back to Bill Clinton.
This “son of a b****” is sitting there acting like I don’t know if it was before or after, Lordy Jesus, I gotta look at my notes.
You know, B**** what time you called the president! And you know what you said! You’re a grown ass man, stop acting like you’re ten years old, and you got caught master***** by your mom. Stop.”
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 30, 2021
We agree. Stop it, b****! And stop lying about wrestlers and what you saw and didn’t see!
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