Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) used his time to question Dr. Anthony Fauci over the First Amendment hypocrisy currently being witnessed in this country.
Jordan asked whether protests increased the spread of the virus. Fauci reluctantly stated that they likely do.
Then Jordan struck asking how protests are treated in higher regard than church services.
Jordan ended by highlighting how “protesting… according to the Democrats is just fine. But you can’t go to work. You can’t go to school. You can’t go to church. There is limits placed on all three of those fundamental activities… First Amendment activities. But protesting is just fine…”
Jordan was then cut off by Democrat James Clyburn who tried to blame Trump rallies and fundraisers for the spread.