The Hypocracy Committee

Kevin McCarthy was so desperate to become Speaker of the House of Representatives he not only gave Jim Jordan chairmanship of the judiciary committee and membership on the oversite committee, he also created a special sub-committee, on the so-called “weaponization” of the federal government for Jordan to run.

This gives Jordan the power, among others, to hire dozens of staff members, paid for by we the taxpayers, to dig up dirt and blast away at President Joe Biden and Democrats.

Under Jordan’s various social media accounts these so-called public servants tweet several times an hour. It’s all done to feed red meat to the base, and to attract the attention of Fox and other Murdoch media like The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post. As well as Breitbart, AON, Newsmax, and other, lessor right wing media.

And most of Jordan’s tweets, like those of Republicans McCarthy, Ted Cruz, Marsha Blackburn, Andy Biggs, Ronny Jackson, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and a host of others I haven’t been able to get out of my Twitter feed since Elon Musk bought the company, share the same attribute. They are ad hominem attacks on Democrats without any foundation in fact.

They are mostly hypocritical. Jordan’s tweet writers clearly are not motivated to check before they post.

Like the one above. Not only does Jordan’s tweeter get to attack Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, a rising star Democrat who Jordan should very much fear, he gets to take a shot at President Biden with the ridiculous charge that Buttigieg and Biden should have prevented the train derailment in Ohio.

Well, read it and weep:

Trump Rolls Back Train-Braking Rule Meant to Keep Oil Tankers from Exploding Near Communities

Glenn Fleishman
September 24, 2018, 8:21 PM
Trains that carry oil and other flammable material won’t have to install electronically controlled brakes that reduce the risk of train derailments and explosions after the reversal by Trump officials of an Obama-era safety rule. The improved breaks had a 2021 deadline for installation until the industry supported change.
About 20 derailments of trains carrying oil and ethanol that have led to spills, fires, and, in some cases, evacuations, have occurred since 2010 in the U.S. and Canada. U.S. trains rely on a pneumatic braking technology first invented in the 1890s.
Associated Press

Isn’t karma a bitch?


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