Republican House leaders are arguing that the bipartisan committee should focus more on whether Speaker Nancy Pelosi should have done more to secure the Capitol.
"It's my responsibility as Speaker of the House to make sure we get to the truth on this and we will not let their antics stand in the way of that," Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said.
"This panel has lost all legitimacy and credibility," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters during a quickly called press conference at the Capitol.
Many have criticized the naming of the Ohio lawmaker to investigate the insurrection given his backing for former President Donald Trump.
The congressman conceded to The Verge last week that he was wrong to believe "the market will take care of" creating competition within Silicon Valley.
Jordan hit out at the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases after he declined to appear at GOP-led forum on the virus' origins.
"You can't go to your capital to petition your member of Congress to redress your grievances because Nancy Pelosi won't let you in," Jordan said, which ignited the chant.
"It's not my expectation, given Kevin McCarthy's past practice, that he will do anything other than bend the knee to Donald Trump," said the House Democratic Caucus chair.
Addressing concentrated power is essential.
"You forgot to mention that gas prices are the same now as they were in June 2018," Psaki said.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) praised former President Donald Trump for maintaining "peace in the Middle East" while blaming "weakness" from President Joe Biden for the conflict in Israel and the Gaza Strip.
As long as the coronavirus circulates widely, troublesome new mutations will chip away at the effectiveness of vaccines, and trigger fresh outbreaks with the accompanying lockdowns, travels restrictions and calls for social distancing and mask-wearing through 2021 and 2022.
Democrat Val Demings was speaking about law enforcement during a House Judiciary hearing when Republican Jim Jordan tried to interrupt her.
The New Mexico GOP renamed the May three-day event "Operation Freedom" as party leaders express annoyance at their home state's pandemic restrictions.
Democrats will reportedly introduce a bill on Thursday that would expand the court from nine justices to 13.
"(Hint: [She's] still not at the border)," reads Haley's mocking meme tweet.
"This is chaos that could have been prevented if they'd kept in place the policies President Trump," Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said of the surge in migrants arriving along the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday.
"Vaccine passports are meant to control what you can do, where you can go and how much the government can know about your activities," Republican Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert wrote.
"President Biden and his Administration are responsible for the resulting crisis at the border," representatives Jim Jordan and Tom McClintock wrote in a letter to Mayorkas on Tuesday.
"The Committee cannot continue to sit idly by and allow our nation's borders to be erased," Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee wrote in a letter to chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) on Wednesday.
The president has urged would-be migrants not to travel to the southern U.S. border as his administration grapples with a surge in new arrivals, particularly of unaccompanied minors.
The Federal Election Commission is questioning the campaign finances of Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) after the discovery of errors in campaign donations and spending disclosures that total more than $2 million.
Some Republicans have claimed that the election was "stolen" not by widespread voter fraud, but by unconstitutional rule changes instated by state election boards.
"I didn't vote to overturn an election," Connolly told Jordan. "And I will not be lectured by people who did about partisanship."
Former President Donald Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial will continue in the Senate on Friday.
Ohio Representative Jim Jordan said Tuesday that President-elect Joe Biden won the election because of "how the process works."
Twitter users believe Jordan bears a resemblance to Beavis while Gaetz has been compared to Butt-Head.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has denied claims that he participated in a coverup of rampant sex abuse while serving as a wrestling coach at Ohio State University from 1987 to 1995.
"Maybe we ought to put the people who ran Operation Warp Speed in charge of counting the ballots in Georgia," Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said.