Jim Jordan declared his support for Trump in 2024 Presidential Election
In an interview with Fox News Digital prior to his speech at the National Rifle Association convention, Republican Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio declared his unequivocal support for former President Donald Trump in the upcoming 2024 presidential election, despite Trump’s ongoing legal issues.
Jordan argued that Trump was the only president who fulfilled his promises and accomplished his goals, despite opposition from the political establishment. He expressed his respect for Trump’s resilience and his commitment to his values, and emphasized that he had nothing but respect and admiration for all the current and potential candidates, including Vice President Pence and Governor DeSantis.
Jordan defends Trump against Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s charges
Jordan has been one of Trump’s most vocal defenders against the charges brought against him by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, and has launched an investigation into Bragg’s motives and methods in prosecuting Trump. Bragg, in turn, has sued Jordan, accusing him of intimidating him and interfering with his investigation.
Jordan warns against Democrats’ attempts to erode Second Amendment rights
Jordan also warned against Democrats’ efforts to chip away at Americans’ Second Amendment rights, and stressed the need for Republicans to win elections to prevent Democrats from achieving their goal of eliminating the Second Amendment. He criticized Democrats’ proposal for “red flag laws” and the ATF’s new pistol brace rule, arguing that they were ultimately aimed at taking away law-abiding Americans’ firearms. He asserted that the Constitution fundamentally disagreed with the Democrats’ vision of gun control, and argued that common sense and logic dictated that taking firearms away from law-abiding citizens was not the answer to gun violence.
Jordan leads efforts to block ATF’s new pistol brace rule
Jordan revealed that the new Republican-controlled House of Representatives was planning to pass a resolution to block the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ new rule banning pistol stabilizing braces. Jordan argued that the rule was an example of Democrats’ attempts to restrict Americans’ Second Amendment rights and warned that Republicans would not allow such efforts to succeed.