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Jim Jordan Just Praised 'Brave Whistleblowers'—And Got A Brutal Reminder Of His Own Past

The GOP Rep.'s praise of FBI 'whistleblowers' who claim the Justice Department has been politicized certainly raised some eyebrows.

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Ohio Republican Representative Jim Jordan was widely mocked online after critics drew attention to his contrasting views on whistleblowers.

Jordan along with other Republican lawmakers have been vocal in their support of FBI agents they claim are "whistleblowers" shedding light on alleged politicization within the Justice Department.

However, critics argue that these individuals do not meet the criteria of true whistleblowers and highlight the FBI's statement that two agents interfered with or refused to participate in investigations related to the January 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol. It was also revealed that some of these agents admitted to receiving payment from a former Trump administration official.

Despite the skepticism surrounding the credibility of these individuals, Jordan took to Twitter to express his support, stating:

"God Bless our brave whistleblowers."

You can see Jordan's tweet below.

However, critics were swift to remind Jordan of his inconsistent stance, pointing out that he has not extended the same level of support to other whistleblowers who have come forward with allegations related to his tenure as an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University.

Multiple athletes have accused Jordan of ignoring molestation allegations against the team's doctor during his time at the university.

Although Jordan has vehemently denied these claims, whistleblowers, including former wrestler Mike DiSabato, have spoken out, challenging Jordan's statements. In 2018, DiSabato stated he once considered Jordan "a friend" but said he "is absolutely lying if he says he doesn’t know what was going on.”

Many have criticized Jordan and pointed out his hypocrisy as a result.

Jordan's critics have often highlighted the discrepancy between his swift support for certain whistleblowers and his alleged reluctance to acknowledge and address the concerns raised by those who have accused him of turning a blind eye to misconduct.

These critics argue that his selective stance undermines the credibility and consistency of his position on whistleblower protections.

The contrasting treatment of whistleblowers has fueled public scrutiny, particularly as it pertains to issues of accountability and ethical conduct.

The perception that political loyalties or personal interests may influence the level of support extended to whistleblowers raises concerns about the integrity of the process and the protection of individuals who come forward to expose wrongdoing.