Brent Bozell: Rep. Jim Jordan Provides ‘The Real Game Changer’ in Dems’ Impeachment Inquiry

By Craig Bannister | November 13, 2019 | 3:04pm EST
MRC Pres. Brent Bozell

Media Research Center President Brent Bozell posted video on Twitter Wednesday that he says is “the real game changer” in the Democrat-led impeachment hearings in the House Intelligence Committee.

Bozell introduced embedded video of Rep. Jim Jordan explaining to Democrats’ witness Ambassador Bill Taylor that his claim that Trump required a quid pro quo from Ukraine in exchange for U.S. aid must be wrong:

“The real game changer: @Jim_Jordan to Taylor ‘You had to be wrong’ since aide was given to Ukraine without any commitment to investigate the Bidens.”

“You used clear language, clear understanding and commitment, and those two things didn’t happen – so, you had to be wrong,” Rep. Jordan tells Taylor in the video, dismissing Taylor’s account of what he “heard” Trump had done.


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