Exclusive — Rep. Jim Jordan: Joe Biden’s ‘Deliberate’ Support of Illegal Immigration Could Lead to Impeachment


    Jordan remarked, “When you intentionally allow 1.9 million people in one year's time to come across your border, there's no other way you can interpret this other than it's deliberate. It's intentional.”

    The Ohio representative said impeaching the president “is something that our conference is going to have to look at closely and make a decision on, but it'll be a conference-wide decision” if Republicans secure a majority in the House of Representatives.

    “It is so big and it is deliberate,” Jordan said of the status quo of illegal immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border. “It is intentional, and the idea that they're doing it in the dark of the night so that that the country doesn't fully know and see what's going on is wrong … This is deliberate, what they're doing.”

    Jordan warned of the Biden administration's development of and advocacy for a federal database of firearm ownership records.

    “The ATF is keeping this registry of hundreds of millions of gun purchases over the last 20-some years,” Jordan stated. He said a “gun registry” is being built with records of “law-abiding Americans who purchase a firearm.”

    He added, “Those records are now being kept in what has to be — by any definition now — a gun registry that the Biden administration is putting together. That's a scary thing.”

    Jordan said the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), pending legislation in the House and Senate, would facilitate further political coordination between technology and news media companies to marginalize dissident information sources. Breitbart News would be among news media outlets undermined by the JCPA, he added.

    Jordan stated, “The [JCPA] is big tech, big media coming together, colluding so that, I think, they can further stick it to conservative outlets that are getting the truth to the American people, like your network, and that is what scares me.”

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