Jordan Again Vows To Cut Justice Funding, After Whistleblower Testimony, Durham Report

Republican Representative from Ohio Jim Jordan questions Special Advisor for Europe and Russia in the office of US Vice President Mike Pence, Jennifer Williams and Director for European Affairs of the National Security Council, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman during the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence public hearing on the impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump, on Capitol Hill in Washington,DC on November 19, 2019. - President Donald Trump faces more potentially damning testimony in the Ukraine scandal as a critical week of public impeachment hearings opens Tuesday in the House of Representatives. (Photo by SHAWN THEW / POOL / AFP) (Photo by SHAWN THEW/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
  • House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan is again threatening to cut the FBI’s funding – this time after whistleblower testimony last week about  whistleblowers testified about the retaliation they allegedly faced for questioning the agency.
  • The appropriations process is underway, and Jordan said he is working on how Congress can “limit money” from being used inappropriately. The Ohio Republican has vowed before – as recently as last month – to cut agency funding.