Since the turn of the 20th century, globalists have been working to place a majority of “like-minded” politicians, a bipartisan “uniparty,” in positions of power.
Some uniparty loyalists were put on alert following Freedom Caucus member and America’s first Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH winning the GOP nomination for speaker in his second try following the party’s first nominee, House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA), dropping out before a House floor vote could happen.
Scalise chose not to fight to win over a small group of conservative Republicans.
Leading up to Tuesday’s vote to formally choose the new Speaker, 50-plus GOP members were not on board, but many were falling in line late Monday.
As voting started, House Republican Conference Chairwoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) formally nominated Jordan on the House floor.
House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-NY) nominated Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) for speaker of the House. pic.twitter.com/4yzEki9Koi
— CSPAN (@cspan) October 17, 2023
But as expected Jordan did not get the required number of votes.
The final tally showed Jordan getting 200 votes and Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), the nominee for the Democrats, getting 212 votes.
Twenty Republicans voted for other people in the GOP. Only a simple majority in the chamber was needed to secure victory.
U.S. House Speaker Election –
- Jeffries: 212
- Jordan: 200
- Scalise: 7
- McCarthy: 6
- Zeldin: 3
- Garcia: 1
- Emmer: 1
- Cole: 1
- Massie: 1
*217 votes needed to win the gavel*
“A speaker has not been elected,” Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-NC), who is serving as speaker pro tempore, announced as he gaveled the House into a recess after the tally was confirmed.
The twenty GOP (uniparty) representatives who prevented Jordan’s victory include:
- Don Bacon – Nebraska’s 2nd District
- Ken Buck – Colorado’s 4th District
- Lori Chavez-DeRemer – Oregon’s 5th District
- Anthony D’Esposito – New York’s 4th District
- Mario Diaz-Balart – Florida’s 26th District
- Jake Ellzey – Texas’s 6th District
- Andrew Garbarino – New York’s 2nd District
- Carlos Gimenez – Florida’s 28th District
- Tony Gonzales – Texas’s 23rd District
- Kay Granger – Texas’s 12th District
- John James – Michigan’s 10th District
- Mike Kelly – Pennsylvania’s 16th District
- Jennifer Kiggans – Virginia’s 2nd District
- Nick LaLota – New York’s 1st District
- Doug LaMalfa – California’s 1st District
- Michael Lawler – New York’s 17th District
- John Rutherford – Florida’s 5th District
- Victoria Spartz – Indiana’s 5th District
- Michael Simpson – Idaho’s 2nd District
- Steve Womack – Arkansas’s 3rd District
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Jordan calls for GOP unity following failed House speaker vote
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, is calling for unity among House Republicans just hours after a number of party members tanked the chamber’s first vote on a new speaker.
“We must stop attacking each other and come together. There’s too much at stake. Let’s get back to working on the crisis at the southern border, inflation, and helping Israel,” Jordan wrote in a post on X.
Jordan won the support of 200 Republicans in Tuesday’s sole vote while 20 split their support between a number of others. All 212 Democrats voted for Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y.
217 voters were needed to win the speaker’s gavel.