Looks like the Democrats and any Trump-hating RINO's are getting pushback from Republicans who don't want anything to do with the sad and desperate Jan. 6 committee and their little Jan. 6 investigation.

Rep. Jim Jordan basically told them to go kick some rocks and pound some sand because he will not cooperate with the Jan. 6 investigation, calling it essentially out of the scope of being legitimate.

Jordan said in a letter to committee chair Rep. Bennie Thompson, a Democrat: "This request is far outside the bounds of any legitimate inquiry, violates core Constitutional principles, and would serve to further erode legislative norms... As you well know, I have no relevant information that would assist the Select Committee in advancing any legitimate legislative purpose."

It seems like the panel of people investigating this nonsense are trying to figure out who was communicating with former President Donald Trump during the insurrection or whatever people call it these days.

Jordan's response was prompted by efforts of the panel to provide information on his communication with former President Donald Trump surrounding the riot.

Thompson wrote the following in hopes to get Jordan to participate in the political theater: "we understand that you had at least one and possibly multiple communications with President Trump on January 6th. We would like to discuss each such communication with you in detail." And Thompson continued, "Public reporting suggests that you may also have information about meetings with White House officials and the then-President in November and December 2020, and early-January 2021, about strategies for overturning the results of the 2020 election."

Talking to a former president is not a big deal, right?

Jordan said: "Yeah, I mean, I spoke with the president last week. I speak with the president all of the time. I spoke with him on Jan. 6. I mean, I talked with President Trump all the time, and that's... I don't think that's unusual."

When you're a well-known Republican rep, it's probably likely that you talk to the president in some sort of way, or at least here and there. That's just my opinion on the matter - but seems like it's not too far fetched for a Republican rep to talk with the president.

But alas, here we are with people still being investigated a year later because the Democrats can't get the taste of Trump out of their mouth.