Jim Jordan Rips Dr. Fauci, Suggests That Hillary Clinton Should Have Told Him ‘To Wipe His Emails’

We reported yesterday that Dr. Anthony Fauci has come under fire after thousands of his emails released through a FOIA request, with Republicans calling for his removal and the White House possibly discussing an exit strategy.

U.S. House Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) weighed in this morning on the situation, suggesting in a tweet that Hillary Clinton should have told him “to wipe his emails.”

Hillary Clinton set up an email server at her home shortly before she was sworn in as secretary of state in 2009 in Chappaqua, New York and relied on this server, home to the email address [email protected], for all her electronic correspondence, both work-related and personal, during her four years in office.

After being forced to turn them over, the FBI found “several thousand” work-related emails were not turned over to the State Department and deleted, although it concluded that the emails were deleted prior to 2014 and were not intentionally removed “in an effort to conceal them”.

U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) also added her voice to the list today in a tweet where she said, “Anthony Fauci, whom I refuse to refer to as “doctor”, betrayed America to help Democrats get Trump out of office. For that crime alone, no penalty is stiff enough. #FireFauci

U.S. House Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) also tweeted out today about the controversy after calling for Fauci’s firing yesterday, this time calling for an investigation.

“There must be an investigation into the origins & the purpose of #COVID19 and Fauci’s role. We demand it,” Greene stated.

Greene then asked, “Was the virus designed as a Bio weapon? Was it intentionally released? What is the real purpose of ‘gain of function?'”

“Playing Dr. Frankenstein has serious consequences,” Greene added.