Lt. Col. Alex Vindman Instantly Shuts Jim Jordan Down After He Questions Vindman's 'Character' and 'Judgment'


Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman testified publicly on Tuesday before the House committee overseeing the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.

Despite decades of military service and numerous commendations for such service (including a Purple Heart), House Republicans leapt to attempt to discredit Vindman in defense of Trump, even implying that he has a dual loyalty to Ukraine because he immigrated to the United States as a child.

Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) attempted to cast aspersions on Vindman's military service by saying that his superiors, presidential advisor Fiona Hill and NSC official Tim Morrison, had concerns regarding Vindman's judgment.

But Vindman had the perfect rebuttal.

Watch below.

Vindman responded by reading aloud a recent evaluation by one of the very people Jordan invoked to cast doubt on the Vindman's judgment: Fiona Hill.

Quoting Hill's evaluation, Vindman read:

“'Alex is a top 1% military officer and the best Army officer I have worked with in my 15 years of government service. He is brilliant, unflappable, and exercises excellent judgment’—I’m sorry—‘Was exemplary during numerous visits,’ so forth and so on. I think you get the idea.”

Others got the idea as well.

Despite providing his performance review, the White House itself cast doubt on Vindman's service via Twitter.

That went about as well as it did for Jordan.

With an approval rating that's never risen above 50 percent, and with support for impeachment growing every day, it's fair to say Trump is the one with the judgment issue, not Vindman.

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