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Jim Jordan to RNC Convention: “Democrats won’t let you go to church, but they’ll let you protest”


Want to join a BLM protest?

Democrats have no problem with that!

Want to go to church with your family?

Then you’re an awful person because there’s a pandemic going on!

This is seriously what the Dems believe.

And Representative Jim Jordan wasn’t afraid to make the point in his speech at the RNC Convention.

Just take a look at his powerful speech right here:

Fox News has more details on Jordan's appearance at the convention:

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., on Tuesday blasted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., for calling Republicans "domestic enemies of the state."

“They want that chaos, they want the confusion because they know the president of the United States is going to win on Election Day, but, they want to keep counting just like they did in New Jersey four weeks after their primary election,” Jordan told "Fox & Friends."

“Imagine if it takes six weeks to figure out who won one congressional primary. Now they’re talking about live ballots being mailed out to everyone and then counting ballots,” Jordan said.

Jordan said Americans want a “fair and secure election.”

“The speaker saying the things she does does not help things, only hurts things,” Jordan said.

Pelosi escalated her attacks toward President Trump and GOP lawmakers Monday, describing them as "domestic enemies" over their opposition to universal mail-in voting.

During an interview on "MSNBC Live" with anchor Ayman Mohyeldin, Pelosi slammed Trump's repeated rhetoric opposing mail-in voting and accused him of "scaring" potential voters and welcoming Russian interference in the upcoming election.

Here's tweets in response to Jordan's speech:

Here's more on the story from The Hill:

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) during an appearance Monday night at the Republican National Convention described an emotional phone call between members of his family and President Trump.

During his remarks, Jordan recalled how Trump spoke with him and offered condolences after the death of his 21-year-old nephew, Eli Stickley, in 2018. That conversation, Jordan said, led to the president speaking with other members of Stickley's family for several minutes.

"The president said, 'Yeah, losing a loved one is always difficult, and it's really tough when they're so young,'" Jordan said. "For the next five minutes, family and friends sat in complete silence as the president of the United States took time to talk to a dad who was hurting. That's the president I've gotten to know over the last four years."

And Jordan doesn't just stop there with his criticism of the Dems!

Check out his latest tweet from today:


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