Jim Jordan: FBI Colluded With Clinton Campaign to Wiretap Trump

In a shocking new development, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said that he believes the FBI worked with the Clinton Campaign to use the fake “dossier” to get a warrant to wiretap Donald Trump.

The amazing allegation was on Fox News Thursday morning with host Pete Hegseth. Here’s the video. The transcript is below:

Partial Transcript:

HEGSETH: “Thank you. Well, today FBI director Christopher Ray set to testify on Capitol Hill as GOP lawmakers including our next guest demand answers for the alleged quote special treatment given to Hillary Clinton by the FBI. GOP Congressman Jim Jordan is vice-chairman of the house freedom caucus, and he joins me now. Congressman, thank you for joining me this morning. If you’re a member of the general public, you’re looking at this and saying investigation, subpoena here, attempt of Congress. But how do we get to the bottom of whether or not there’s a double standard for how this president is treated by the FBI and how Hillary Clinton is treated.”

JORDAN: “You have Director Day release the application that was taken to the FISA court to secure warrants, to file with the Trump campaign. Release the information. What was taken to the FISA court. That’s what we called him to do just two days ago. He’ll be getting questions about that I’m sure today in the hearing.”

HEGSETH: “Do you believe they will release that? And if so, what will that show?”

JORDAN: “Well, you have to go back to the basics. Remember, we have Mueller special council coming in investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and the elections. To date, we have zero evidence of that taking place. But what do we know? We have learned the last several weeks that the Clinton campaign paid the law firm who paid Fusion GPS who paid Christopher the MI6 agent who paid Russians. The Clinton campaign paid Russians for this report, this dossier, and it has been reported that this dossier was all dressed up by the government taken to the FISA court and became the basis to spy on Americans. So I think that’s what happened. All the evidence points to that as being what took place. But Christopher ray can clear this all up. The FBI can clear this all up. The attorney general could clear this all up. If they just clear the application and prove it didn’t happen.”

HEGSETH: “You mention the attorney general.”

JORDAN: “Yes, sir.”

HEGSETH: “If Jeff Sessions won’t do it, if he won’t — you know, if the recusing so big that he can’t do his job, if he won’t and can’t investigate this, should he step aside?”

JORDAN: “He doesn’t — he — he doesn’t know where his recusal starts and stops, that was evident two weeks ago in the questioning in front of the Judiciary Committee. So we have called on him, if you’re not going to appoint a special council to get the answers to these questions and a host of others, if you’re not going to do it then he should step down. That was in our letter that we — the op-ed that Mr. Gates and I put out two weeks ago. If Mr. Rosenstein and Mr. Wray and Mr. Sessions aren’t going to make this application public so the American people can learn — think about what took place maybe. If this actually happened — if you had the government working with one campaign to dress up a fake news national inquire garbage report up to dress it up as intelligence, take it to the FISA court to get a warrant to spy on the other campaign, that should not happen in this country. It looks like it did. And the way to disapprove that is to release the application that was taken to the court to secure the warrant in the first place.”

HEGSETH: “Ultimately, you’re doubling down saying if Jeff Sessions has too much recused himself and can’t do this and if there is no special — another special council to investigate the investigators, then the attorney general needs to step down and bring someone who can actually shine light on it.”

JORDAN: “He needs to appoint a second special council. Mueller is inherently compromised on this. So there’s — you — and sessions has recused himself from this. How does it work? The only logical way to get the answers for the American people is to appoint a second special council. And, again, if the attorney general isn’t going to do it, frankly, I don’t think he should be attorney general.”

HEGSETH: “Strong stuff. And ultimately, we have to get to the bottom of it. Thank you for your time. Appreciate it this morning.”