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Friday, July 6, 2018

Democrats attack Jim Jordan; will this nation ever become sickened over the character of Democrats?

 I picture Obama-Soros fingerprints all over this. TD
This drops as Jordan is high in the running to succeed Paul Ryan for speaker and is being very tough pressing the FBI for answers about their surveillance and their bias against the Trump campaign. What a coincidence…  Via Weasel Zippers
Jim Jordan Accusers Have Sketchy History, Timing Of The Stories Suspect
  • One accuser, Mike DiSabato, is also being accused of bullying the widow of a Marine over a memorial fund set up in her husband’s name.
  • DiSabato is also facing a defamation lawsuit.
  • The other accuser, Dunyasha Yetts, served prison time for a $1.8 million fraud scheme
"Two former Ohio State University wrestlers accusing Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan of ignoring sexual misconduct by a university physician more than two decades ago have a history of failed business dealings, lawsuits, harassment allegations, and in the case of one accuser, an 18 month prison sentence for fraud.
"One of the former wrestlers, Mike DiSabato, is also being accused by the widow of a Marine who was killed in combat in Iraq of intimidating and bullying her over a memorial fund set up in her husband’s name.
“ 'I question the intent, the authenticity, the verity, that Mike DiSabato shares in any of his words or actions,” Karen Mendoza, the wife of Ray Mendoza — a former teammate of DiSabato’s who was killed in 2005 — said in a statement.
NBC News published an article on Tuesday, quoting DiSabato and Dunyasha Yetts, another former OSU wrestler, claiming that when Jordan worked as assistant wrestling coach at OSU, he ignored sexual abuse carried out by a university physician named Richard Strauss." . . 
NBC did note that Yetts served time in prison for a $1.8 million fraud scheme.
. . .  "Jordan is also receiving support from Russ Hellickson, who was OSU’s head wrestling coach when Jordan served as an assistant.
"Hellickson said in a statement issued through Jordan’s congressional office that neither he nor Jordan ignored sexual abuse of OSU wrestlers.
“ 'Neither Jim nor I would sidestep or avoid challenges for our wrestlers just because the circumstances were painful or uncomfortable — in fact, those are the kind of circumstances that motivated Jim the most,” reads the statement.
“ 'At no time while Jim Jordan was a coach with me at Ohio State did either of us ignore abuse of our wrestlers. That is not the kind of man Jim is, and it is not the kind of coach that I was,” said Hellickson, who called Jordan “the most honorable man I have ever known.' ” . . .

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