Congressman Jordan Makes Major Announcement Regarding Impeachment of IRS’ Koskinen at Judicial Watch Panel Event
Live Broadcast Panel on “First 100 Days” Featured Rep. Jordan, Edwin Meese, Andrew C. McCarthy, Mark Krikorian, and Ramona Cotca
(Washington, DC) – Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) announced today at a Judicial Watch panel event that the House Freedom Caucus plans to file a resolution today to force a vote on impeaching Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen. “John Koskinen needs to be held accountable,” Jordan said. “Later today on the House floor, we will make the motion to impeach Mr. Koskinen.”
The Judicial Watch panel titled “The First 100 Days – The Anti-Corruption Agenda” featured expert panelists who offered specific recommendations to the incoming Trump administration for rolling back corruption and ushering in a new era of transparency in the areas: Freedom of Information Act reform, election fraud, pay-for-play politics, IRS targeting, immigration and border enforcement, executive order overreach, and more.
Panelists at today’s Judicial Watch event included Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH), who is a member of both the Judiciary Committee and the Oversight and Government Reform Committee; Edwin Meese III, Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow Emeritus at The Heritage Foundation; Mark Krikorian, Executive Director for the Center for Immigration Studies; Andrew C. McCarthy, Senior Fellow for the National Review Institute and former chief assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York; and Ramona Cotca, senior attorney at Judicial Watch. The panel was moderated by Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
The panel is available in its entirety here.