Jim Jordan's Nephew Killed Following Threats to Expose Hillary Clinton Cover-Up
21-year-old nephew killed in mysterious car crash after Rod Rosenstein grilling
Congressman Jim Jordan's nephew has been killed in a tragic car accident shortly after the Republican U.S. Representative's grilling of Rod Rosenstein over a Hillary Clinton cover-up.
Jordan's 21-year-old nephew, Eli Stickley, was killed instantly when his car suddenly veered off the road in Illinois, according to reports.
Stickley, a standout wrestler for the University of Wisconsin, was a former state high school champion in Ohio in 2014.
The UW wrestling team posted a statement and tribute to their late teammate on Facebook:
“Our hearts are heavy today. The entire Badger Athletics family extends its most heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of junior Eli Stickley, a student-athlete with our wrestling team, who passed away last night. Our thoughts and prayers are with Eli’s family, friends, teammates and coaches.”
According to Breitbart, Stickley was a starter at 141 pounds during the 2017-2018 season, amassing a record of 21-14 and qualifying for the NCAA championships.
According to the Dayton Daily News:
"According to Indiana State Police, Stickley was driving a black 2004 Nissan Frontier, headed west on Interstate 74 in Henry County. The Nissan left the road into a right-hand-ditch, overcorrected and rolled across the westbound lanes of traffic.
"Stickley and a passenger, who was not identified, were taken to Illini Hospital in Silvis, where Stickley was pronounced dead."
As the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports, “Stickley’s uncle, Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, won two national championships at Wisconsin and was a three-time All-American — and remains the school’s all-time wins leader. Jordan’s son, Isaac, wrapped up his own All-American career in 2017 wrestling alongside cousin Stickley.”
The tragic death of his nephew is the latest in a series of unfortunate events for Congressman Jordan since he grilled Rod Rosenstein in Congress, publically accusing the Deputy Attorney General of "hiding information" to cover-up Hillary Clinton's crimes.
Video of the heated exchange quickly went viral with questions being raised about a major cover-up into the investigation into Hillary Clinton's misuse of classified emails.
Bogus sex abuse allegations
Just last week, shortly after the Congressional questioning of the Deputy AG, bogus allegations emerged regarding sexual abuse at a state wrestling team tied to Jordan.
Since the allegations made the news cycle last week, it has now transpired that the law firm filing the alleged sex abuse claims is Perkins Coie: Hillary Clinton’s personal attorneys.
The very same lawyers were used by the DNC and were instrumental in fabricating the infamous Trump-Russia dossier.
Now, it appears, they are now also attempting to smear Rep. Jim Jordan.
Fox News reports: Jordan’s office denied knowing about any allegations against Richard Strauss, a team doctor who died in 2005.
Jordan worked as an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State from 1987 until 1995 before going into politics.
He was elected to the U.S. House in 2006 and is seen as a contender to be the next Speaker of the House.
“It’s false,” Jordan said of the allegation in an at-times emotional interview.
“Our coaching staff, we would’ve dealt with this,” he said, adding that the health and well-being of OSU student-athletes always came first.
He dismissed claims by former wrestler Mike DiSabato, who said on CNN “Jim knew about what I call the deviant sexual atmosphere.”
Jordan said DiSabato is being dishonest, has a criminal record and that CNN should have looked more closely at his background before booking him multiple times in one day in the immediate aftermath of the allegations’ emergence.
Of the others who have accused him of turning a blind eye to the abuse, Jordan said he is “bothered the most” by those who “are saying these things that I know they know the truth.”
Jordan said the timing of the allegations is suspect since they come immediately after a contentious hearing with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and also during the ongoing discussion that the congressman may run for speaker of the House.
He said the law firm representing some of the accusers, Perkins Coie, is the same firm that was involved with the Trump-Russia dossier.
“Congressman Jordan never saw any abuse, never heard about any abuse, and never had any abuse reported to him during his time as a coach at Ohio State,” said spokesman Ian Fury.
A former Ohio State University wrestler told Fox News Thursday that starting in March, he sent a series of emails to Jordan about his alleged cover-up of the abuse, urging him to speak out about the doctor’s actions.
Capitol Police are reviewing the emails sent to Jordan. Four former Ohio State wrestlers have said Jordan was notified of alleged abuse by Strauss and failed to act.
President Trump has stood behind Jordan, telling reporters on Air Force One Thursday that he believes the congressman’s denials.
“I don’t believe them at all. I believe him. Jim Jordan is one of the most outstanding people I’ve met since I’ve been in Washington. I believe him 100 percent,” said Trump.
Could it all just be a "terrible coincidence" that Jim Jordan's life has been destroyed at the same time he comes close to exposing a major cover-up in the upper-echelons of politics?
Sure... Why not?
Coincidences like this happen all the time... Especially when the Clintons are connected somehow...