Jordan, Comer are complicit Russian agents, spreading Russian lies

Ohio congressman Jim Jordan could face major repercussions over the Republican attempt to impeach Joe Biden after a former FBI informant charged with making false bribery claims against the president was determined to have been using Russian intelligence, legal experts suggest.

Alexander Smirnov, 43, is accused of making a false statement to the FBI and creating a false and fictitious record in relation to claims that the president and his son, Hunter Biden, were paid $5 million each in bribes from Ukrainian energy company, Burisma.

In court filings on Tuesday, the Department of Justice said that Smirnov admitted during interviews that he had met with “officials associated with Russian intelligence” who were “involved in passing a story” about Hunter Biden.

The bogus claims that Biden financially benefited from his son’s foreign business dealings while he was vice president, including accusations of taking bribes, have been cited by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jordan and other Republican figures in their impeachment proceedings .