REVEALED: Terrifying voicemail left for a GOP lawmaker’s wife over Jim Jordan Speaker


A terrifying voicemail message was left for the wife of a GOP lawmaker who voted against Representative Jim Jordan’s bid to become House speaker

There has been a struggle as to who should lead the House of Representatives after Republican Kevin McCarthy was ousted in a historic vote on October 3. 

Jordan held a vote on his candidacy on Tuesday, and a second on Wednesday – which saw him win even fewer votes than the first. Some lawmakers who did not vote for him received angry messages from constituents, including some death threats.

CNN obtained a vile voicemail where the caller stated: ‘You will not be left alone because of your f*****g f****t husband,’ the caller threatened. ‘Jim Jordan or more conservative or you’re going to be f*****g molested like you can’t ever imagine.’ 

The House is currently led by interim Speaker Patrick McHenry, who has little power to bring up legislation on the House floor, and he has reportedly threatened to quit. 

A terrifying voicemail message was left for the wife of a GOP lawmaker who voted against Representative Jim Jordan's bid to become House speaker

A terrifying voicemail message was left for the wife of a GOP lawmaker who voted against Representative Jim Jordan’s bid to become House speaker

Jordan held a vote on his candidacy on Tuesday, and a second on Wednesday - which saw him win even fewer votes than the first. Some lawmakers who did not vote for him received angry messages from constituents, including some death threats

Jordan held a vote on his candidacy on Tuesday, and a second on Wednesday – which saw him win even fewer votes than the first. Some lawmakers who did not vote for him received angry messages from constituents, including some death threats

The House is currently led by interim Speaker Patrick McHenry, who has little power to bring up legislation on the House floor, and he has reportedly threatened to quit

The House is currently led by interim Speaker Patrick McHenry, who has little power to bring up legislation on the House floor, and he has reportedly threatened to quit

The threatening voicemail sent to the wife of an unnamed Republican who voted against Representative Jordan was shared by CNN. 

‘Why is your husband such a pig?’ the caller said. ‘Why would he get on TV and make an a******* of himself? Because he’s a deep-state p****? 

‘Because he doesn’t represent the people? So what we’re gonna do is we’re going f*****g follow you all over the place.’

He added: ‘We’re gonna be up your a** f*****g nonstop. We are now Antifa. We’re gonna do what the left does because your f*****g f****t of a husband gets on TV, “Oh, the bad guys, they did stuff. I need to vote for Kevin McCarthy,” a piece of s*** who everybody knows. 

‘So, f**k you, f**k your husband, and we are gonna — we’re not like the left. We aren’t violent. But we’re gonna follow your ass to every appointment you have, everything you f*****g do.

‘Your husband’s an a******. You should f*****g talk to his stupid ass. We’re at war. Israelis being killed. 

‘And your dumb husband is acting like a f*****g two-year-old? No wonder. He’s a f*****g war-mongering piece of s***.’

The caller said: ‘So listen, you’re going to keep getting calls and emails. I’m putting all your information over the internet now. Everybody else is. 

The threatening voicemail sent to the wife of an unnamed Republican who voted against Representative Jordan was shared by CNN

The threatening voicemail sent to the wife of an unnamed Republican who voted against Representative Jordan was shared by CNN 

‘And you will not be left alone because of your f*****g f****t husband. Jim Jordan or more conservative or you’re going to be f*****g molested like you can’t ever imagine. 

‘And again, non-violently. You won’t go to the beauty parlor. You must be a b**** to marry a f*****g ugly motherf***** like that.’ 

Nebraska Representative Don Bacon previously said his wife had received anonymous text messages threatening him unless he voted for Jordan. Bacon said Jordan stood no chance in future votes.

While Iowa Republican congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks, who voted against Jim Jordan for speaker, says she has received ‘credible death threats. 

It comes after Jordan called off a third speaker vote after his crushing defeat on Wednesday and with signs that he was going to lose support from his GOP colleagues.

He will remain a GOP candidate for speaker, and is buying himself more time to get skeptical colleagues on his side.

Temporary speaker McHenry told his GOP colleagues he could resign if Republicans force him to try and move legislation on the floor without a vote to extend his powers, according to several lawmakers. 

‘If you guys try to do that, you’ll figure out who the next person on Kevin’s list is,’ he said, according to three sources who told NBC News.  

McHenry made the comment in a closed-door meeting on Thursday and was pointing to McCarthy’s secret list of GOP representatives who would become temporary speaker during a vacancy.

He does not want to set a precedent that would allow future temporary speakers the full power of speakers who are elected. 

One GOP lawmaker took McHenry’s comments as a direct threat of resignation and said he made the same suggestion to other individuals. 

While a second Republican said the temporary speaker made the remarks ‘tongue in cheek.’

Representative Mariannette Miller-Meeks says she received 'credible death threats' following her vote for an alternative to Jordan for speaker

Representative Mariannette Miller-Meeks says she received ‘credible death threats’ following her vote for an alternative to Jordan for speaker

Aggressive texts sent to Representative Don Bacon's wife Angie because he didn't vote for Jordan as speaker

Aggressive texts sent to Representative Don Bacon’s wife Angie because he didn’t vote for Jordan as speaker

Jordan will not hold a third vote for speaker and will get behind a resolution to temporarily empower interim Speaker Patrick McHenry that will buy him more time to try to shore up votes

Jordan will not hold a third vote for speaker and will get behind a resolution to temporarily empower interim Speaker Patrick McHenry that will buy him more time to try to shore up votes

Jordan, who shed votes in his first two bids, will now back giving McCarthy-ally McHenry the gavel in a temporary bid to end the stalemate that has paralyzed Congress for 15 days.

McHenry would act as a caretaker until the warring House Republicans can find a solution to fix the chaos that has engulfed the party since McCarthy was ousted two weeks ago

But the move would allow McHenry to move legislation like spending bills and support for Israel with a month until the government shuts down again.

The resolution will need to be voted on the House floor, and would need support from Democrats. 

McHenry has always denied any interest in taking up the speaker role long-term. 

He told reporters on Thursday: ‘I’m focused on electing Jim Jordan, the speaker nominee, as speaker of the House.

‘That’s my goal. That’s my purpose.’ 



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