Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is now making his case to the American people for Speaker of the House.
Jordan stated that his first piece of business will be to show support for Israel.
I am just not sure how this will go over with some people.
Now, don’t get me wrong, if there is an ally we need to support in the Middle East, it is Israel.
I just don’t know that I would have made it a point that this alone was going to be my first point of business.
Jordan stated, “There will be some resolution on the floor to support the state of Israel.
“We will work with the State Department and the White House. But that is something that I think gets bipartisan, bicameral, full support from the United States government, because, again, this is our great friend and great ally, the state of Israel.”
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) October 8, 2023
If I were Jordan, I probably would have added a word or two in there to say “one of the first” pieces of business would be to help Israel.
Now, I may be picky, but we have been obliterating Biden for putting every other country before our own, which is why I bring this up because I think there will be a contingent that will come after Jordan for this.
My plan would be to make it a point to address the immigration issue, hold Biden accountable, AND help Israel defeat Hamas.
In reality, that plan should be pretty easy to carry out… send a bomber wing over the Gaza Strip and erase it from the map.
If Hamas somehow survives that, remove all of Palestine from the map. And if Iran pushes back, erase them from the map.
I am sick and tired of coddling these countries that promote terrorism, which is what Joe Biden has been doing and what Obama did when he was in office.
All that aside, I think Jordan will make a very good Speaker because he will actually stand up to Democrats and the White House.
Believe me, Minority Leader Jeffries (D-N.Y.) will regret siding with Rep. Gaetz (R-FL) to oust McCarthy from office.
McCarthy was willing to work with Jeffries and by all accounts, he had been very cordial to him.
I promise you, that will not be the case with Jordan.