Congressman Jim Jordan: ‘We Now Know It Was Four’ Americans The FBI Spied On

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Congressman Jim Jordan issued a detailed response soon after combing over Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on suspected “misconduct” during the FISA process.

Jordan said he now knows that it was four Americans the FBI spied on unlike two that he and others initially thought.

Here is Jordan’s full reaction to the IG’s report:

“We thought they spied on two Americans, we now know it was FOUR.

“The Inspector General’s report confirms what many of us feared: James Comey’s FBI ignored guidelines and rules in spying on President Trump’s campaign in 2016.

“We now know that within one week of the investigation opening, the FBI was surveilling the campaign and four specific individuals associated with it.” (Continued Below)

“The U.S. government’s powerful tools designed and authorized for international intelligence gathering were deployed to monitor the activities of a Presidential campaign.

“This is a grave matter that should deeply trouble Americans of all political stripes.

“There are many lingering questions, and I expect both @RepJerryNadler and @RepMaloney to convene hearings with Inspector General Horowitz as soon as possible.” (Video Below)

Jim Jordan’s Official Tweets

On Monday, Geraldo Rivera weighed in on the IG report while appearing for an interview with Martha MacCallum of Fox News, where he said there is definite cause for concern in regards to Horowitz’s findings.

Here is video of Geraldo’s full reaction: