Since Republicans treat women as second class citizens under the law, it’s not surprising some do it in their own house.
State Sen. Kris Jordan won’t face criminal charges because his wife has asked prosecutors not to pursue charges after a domestic dispute at their home last month.
Delaware County deputies went to the couple’s home on Stonebend Drive the night of July 11 after Melissa Jordan called 911, saying her husband was pushing her around and throwing things.
“She got a little upset,” Sen. Jordan told a deputy on the recording. “Girls do that.”
And the ten to fifteen guns laying around the house? He’s just expressing his right to bear them.