Whistleblower lawyer lashes out at Jordan: 'I AM TIRED OF YOU LYING IN A HOUSE COMMITTEE ROOM'

An attorney representing a whistleblower in the intelligence community who filed an inspector general complaint at the center of the impeachment proceedings lashed out at Rep. Jim JordanJames (Jim) Daniel JordanTrump adviser presses House investigators to make Bezos testify Booker, Merkley propose federal facial recognition moratorium Ex-Ohio State wrestler claims Jim Jordan asked him to deny abuse allegations MORE (R-Ohio) on Tuesday, accusing the congressman of lying and spreading conspiracy theories.

Andrew Bakaj tweeted Tuesday that Jordan had lied about who the unnamed whistleblower had contacted before filing a report with the intelligence community's inspector general.

"Congressman @Jim_Jordan - I AM TIRED OF YOU LYING IN A HOUSE COMMITTEE ROOM IN FRONT OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. My client hired ME - no one else in leading up to filing the disclosure with the ICIG," Bakaj tweeted, referring to the intelligence community inspector general.

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"I have made that clear TIME AND TIME AGAIN - and you ignore the FACTS!" he added.

A second attorney representing the whistleblower, Mark Zaid, added: "Certain Members of Congress continue to lie abt my role in this case & deliberately distort facts to deflect from addressing #WBer complaint."

"They didn't treat me this way when I worked w/them re #Benghazi #WBers. #Shameful," he continued, adding "#FactsMatter."

Republicans including Jordan have accused the whistleblower without evidence of contacting Rep. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffGraham: Trump has 'all the legal authority in the world' to pardon Stone Roger Stone sentenced to over three years in prison Top intelligence community lawyer leaving position MORE (D-Calif.), the chair of the House Intelligence Committee currently leading the House impeachment inquiry, prior to filing his complaint with the inspector general.

Jordan spent his allotted time during the testimony of Lt. Col. Alexander VindmanAlexander VindmanMore than 1,000 veterans speak out against Trump's 'sustained attacks' on Vindman MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace says she'll 'gladly' vote for Sanders Congress looks to strengthen hand in State Department following impeachment MORE on Tuesday decrying the impeachment process and claiming that Democrats had uncovered no evidence of a quid pro quo related to military aid to Ukraine and an investigation into former Vice President Joe BidenJoe Biden'Where's your spoon?' What we didn't learn in the latest debate Sanders nabs endorsement from Congressional Hispanic Caucus member Poll: Sanders holds 7-point lead in crucial California primary MORE.

"The facts are on the president’s side, the process is certainly not. It has been the most unfair process we have ever seen and the American people understand it," he said Tuesday.