Jim Jordan accused of ignoring sexual abuse allegations: Deep State smear campaign

Written by: Jack Bibiano  –  Follow me on Twitter: @LibertyDragon1  –  Add me on Facebook: Juan Bibiano

          Powerful avenger for liberty and co-founder of the Freedom Caucus in Congress, Representative Jim Jordan is now being attacked with a vicious smear campaign that started on Tuesday. What’s quite interesting is the fact that these allegations are only coming out now after two decades has past. What’s even more interesting, is the fact that Jordan is being targeted right after a tough line of questioning Jordan gave to absolutely-corrupted deep state agent Rod Rosenstein, who still refuses to turn over documents related to the Clinton and Trump-Russia investigations.

          Let’s just get it out of the way right now: The law firm handling this case is none other than Perkins Coie; the same law firm that represented Hillary Clinton’s campaign and paid for the fake Russia dossier. This is quite significant, and a pretty huge indication of potential bias and coordination,

          The university announced in April that it was investigating accusations that Dr. Richard Strauss, who died in 2005, abused team members when he was the team doctor from the mid-1970s to late 1990s. Jordan, who was assistant wrestling coach at the university from 1986 to 1994, had repeatedly said he knew nothing of the abuse until former students began speaking out this spring. His denials, however, have reportedly been met with skepticism and anger from some former members of the wrestling team.

          Three former wrestlers told NBC News that it was common knowledge that Strauss showered regularly with the students and inappropriately touched them during appointments, and said it would have been impossible for Jordan to be unaware; one wrestler said he told Jordan directly about the abuse.

          Former head coach Russ Hellickson, Jordan’s mentor, said in a recent video, made by Mike DiSabato, a former wrestler, that Hellickson had told Strauss that he was being too “hands on” with students. 

          DiSabato, whose allegations against Strauss prompted Ohio State to open its investigation, called Jordan a “liar.”…“I considered Jim Jordan a friend,” DiSabato said. “But at the end of the day, he is absolutely lying if he says he doesn’t know what was going on.” DiSabato said he reached out to Jordan this year, before going to the university, to tell Jordan that he planned to go public with his allegations. DiSabato claims that Jordan told him to “please leave me out of it,”

          One of the accusers, Dunyasha Yetts, who wrestled at Ohio State in 1993-1994, and served 18 months in prison for bilking investors out of $2 million, said, “I am not a perfect person, but ask any of the wrestlers and they will tell you everybody knew about Doc,” as reported by NBC.

          A separate alleged victim of abuse admitted that he never told Jim Jordan that Dr. Strauss abused him: The former teammate of DiSabato’s, who asked not to be identified, said he never actually told Jordan directly that Strauss had abused him, but also maintains that there is no way that Jordan could have avoided the rumors “because it was all over the locker room.”

          After NBC News reached out to Jordan, the congressman’s spokesman vehemently repeated the denial. “Congressman Jordan never saw any abuse, never heard about any abuse, and never had any abuse reported to him during his time as a coach at Ohio State,” his spokesman, Ian Fury, said in an reply email to NBC News.”

The real reason Jordan is being smeared, however, is because of his public grilling of corrupt Rod Rosenstein and Jordan’s continued quest for justice. Jordan is also rumored to be next in line for Speaker of the House.