Mark Meadows is not happy with the response from anti-Trump FBI legal lovebird Lisa Page to the congressional subpoena to testify tomorrow.
This statement from Lisa Page's attorneys could've been better summed up in one short sentence: "We're choosing to ignore a Congressional subpoena"— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) July 11, 2018
Lisa Page ignores congressional subpoena, once again showing the double standard. One set of rules for regular Americans, a different set for the Swamp!— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) July 11, 2018
So is this another stalling tactic from the FBI or just an oversight? You can bet that Hannity will be screaming “deep state conspiracy!!!” on his radio show tomorrow over this. And he might be right, for once.
In other Freedom Caucus news, Meadows and the caucus backed Jim Jordan through the really terrible accusations being made against him during his time as a coach at Ohio State University.
Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., and members of the House Freedom Caucus are standing by Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, days after allegations surfaced that he failed to stop a team doctor at Ohio State University from sexually abusing wrestlers.
Meadows told the Washington Examiner Thursday that allegations against Jordan during his time as an assistant wrestling coach at the school from 1986-1994 are “not true” and that he expects the Ohio Republican to be completely exonerated as part of the university’s ongoing investigation.
“The accusations that have been made by these couple of people who I don’t know are … not consistent with the Jim Jordan I’ve come to know and admire and certainly not consistent what Jim espouses every day when nobody’s looking,” Meadows said in a phone interview. “He’s a seeker of truth and justice and it’s just not consistent with anything.”
Meadows says the Freedom Caucus “unanimously” backs Jordan…