The timing was suspect and so were the motives of two very shady characters who accused Rep Jim Jordan of not doing anything about alleged sexual misconduct by the team doctor at Ohio State where Jordan was an assistant wrestling coach.
The timing is suspect because the alleged incidents occurred over 20 years ago and they are making the accusations just as Rep Jordan is running for Speaker of the House. Upon investigating the criminal history of these two men, you can see that neither one is honest or credible.
The first accuser, Mike DiSabato, is also being accused by the widow of a Marine who was killed in combat in Iraq of intimidating and bullying her over a memorial fund set up in her husband’s name.
Karen Mendoza, the wife of Ray Mendoza — a former teammate of DiSabato’s who was killed in 2005 — said in a statement:
“I question the intent, the authenticity, the verity, that Mike DiSabato shares in any of his words or actions.”
DiSabato had asked Mendoza’s permission to use her husband’s name in a charity drive to raise money for a memorial fund in his honor. Instead, he used the money raised to try to launch a finance a mixed martial arts venture he had founded. Mendoza also later found that DiSabato failed to register the charity with Ohio’s secretary of state. As a result, she sent DiSabato a cease and desist order.
The second accuser is Dunyasha Yetts, another former OSU wrestler, claiming that when Jordan worked as assistant wrestling coach at OSU, he ignored sexual abuse carried out by a university physician named Richard Strauss.
NBC did note that Yetts served time in prison for a $1.8 million fraud scheme.
Yetts’ biggest victim was former NFL star Antoine Winfield, who was bilked out of $1.3 million. Yetts convinced Winfield to invest his NFL signing bonus with Yetts’ firm, World Wide Sports. As part of the scam, Yetts provided Winfield with false documents claiming to show his investments. Yetts was instead of spending money on country club memberships, cars, student loans, and credit card payments.
NBC News did not report that Yetts filed a lawsuit in May against U.S. Well Service, a fracking company, claiming that he faced discrimination and sexual harassment. Yetts claims that one of his supervisors at the company made sexual remarks toward him and sent him sexually suggestive text messages. He also claimed that he was overlooked for a supervisor position because he is black.
And if there is still any doubt in your mind about whether this is a complete scam, consider this. The law firm behind these accusations is Perkins Coie, the law firm that laundered the money Hillary and the DNC spent for the bogus Steele dossier. ‘Nuff said?