Thursday, July 5, 2018

Of Course Donald Trump Is Defending Jim Jordan Amid The Ohio State Sex Abuse Scandal

  http//    Prior today, a fourth previous Ohio State wrestler said that Rep. Jim Jordan thought about sexual manhandle being finished by a group specialist amid the 1990s, when Jordan was a right hand mentor with the group. Hours after the fact, President Donald Trump—who himself once gloated on tape that he could snatch ladies by the pussy—safeguarded Jordan, saying he trusted the Republican from Ohio. Concerning men who said they were mishandled, Trump said "I don't trust them by any means." The fourth wrestler to stand up was Shawn Dailey. Dailey revealed to NBC News, in a story distributed today, that Dr. Richard Strauss grabbed him "about six times" in the 1990s while Dailey was with the group. Dailey said that he didn't formally report the mishandle out of shame, yet included that Jordan more likely than not known on the grounds that Jordan was in the locker room when individuals would discuss it. Dailey additionally verified to NBC News that another previous Buckeyes wrestler, Dunyasha Yetts, had stood up to Jordan about the attack by Strauss.

From the main NBC News report, citing Yetts:

"I recollect that I had thumb damage and went into Strauss' office and he began pulling down my wrestling shorts," he said. "I'm similar to, what the f— - would you say you are doing? What's more, I went out and told Russ and Jim what happened. I was not having it. They went in and conversed with Strauss."

Yetts said he and his partners conversed with Jordan various circumstances about Strauss.

"For's the love of all that is pure and holy, Strauss' locker was appropriate alongside Jordan's and Jordan even said he'd slaughter him in the event that he had a go at anything with him," Yetts said.

Strauss passed on in 2005. He had been the wrestling group specialist from the 1970s until the mid-1990s. In April, Ohio State declared that it was exploring reports of sexual unfortunate behavior including Strauss. From that point forward, the college has said it got reports of sexual wrongdoing from "previous understudy competitors from 14 varsity men's groups and from patients at Student Health Services inside the Office of Student Life, somewhere else Strauss worked," the Columbus Dispatch revealed. The examination additionally is investigating whether Strauss inspected secondary school understudies and, assuming this is the case, regardless of whether he attacked them.

Jordan, whose name had been skimmed as a potential speaker of the House, has kept on denying knowing anything. Jordan said he didn't react to agents in light of the fact that the email address they had for him, which coordinated how messages are set up for other House staff members, didn't work. Today, Trump called Jordan—who helped found the Freedom Caucus, needs to annul the Affordable Care Act, restricts subsidizing Planned Parenthood since premature birth is "wrong" and "shameless," and once proposed that the representative lawyer general could subpoena telephone calls—"a standout amongst the most remarkable individuals I know."

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