Laura Ingraham hosted Rep. Jim Jordan.
Jordan said the only people whose rights were abused in regard to the Lois Lerner investigation are the conservative voters whose rights were abridged. He said Lerner has gotten a sweet deal and has information she won't disclose. He said the committee is looking into holding Lerner in contempt and a special prosecutor to get an unbiased, unpolitical manner. He added that Lerner tried to throw the good civil servant under the bus and that she put forth laws that would curtail political speech.
Jordan deflected questions about his taking on senior House leadership. He is against amnestry but favors strict border enforcement, more STEM workers and agricultural worker visas. He noted the Obama administration can't be tursted on legislation as they use executive orders to get their way.