Disagree. First of all, how is Jordan throwing stones? Yes, Jordan has done some shady things in her life but marrying a serial killer or being a serial killer herself isn't one. Jordan didn't set out to hurt Liz or her children. A serial killer was at large. Stopping him took precedent over Liz, or even her children's, hurt feelings. And, Jordan did apologize. She said she was sorry for any hurt that was caused but she rightly pointed out that any trust issues between Liz and Franco or any issues with Franco's serial killer past are on Liz and Franco.
Forgiveness and redemption are all well and good but there are certain things in life you can't walk back and being a serial killer is one of them (tumor excuse or not.) Liz decided to commit and marry a former serial killer. If she's not prepared to face the consequences of that - which includes people easily believing Franco could have killed again that is on her. And I couldn't care less about Liz (who is the one voluntarily intertwining her life with Franco knowing full well what he's done) getting blowback because of her husband's crimes. Her kids are the ones I feel sorry for - the ones who had no say in the man their mother brought into their lives. As Cameron told Trina, his issues with Franco pre-date his being accused of committing Ryan's crimes.
And, Liz can whine and complain all she wants to about protecting her kids but she did a horrible job of it the last few weeks. Though, on that note, what era does she thinks she lives in. Yes, if she had some kind of heads up she could have sent the kids out of town but at most that would have protected Aiden but the internet exists now. There's little chance Cameron and/or Jake wouldn't have heard about what Franco was accused of and given the kind of messages Aiden was getting through that game he would have probably still heard about it, too.
While she didn't have a heads up, she still could have handled it much better than she did. Cameron got beat up at school and was appropriately freaked out about what was going on and, other than saying that she would talk to Cameron's school, she cared fuck all about listening to Cameron's concerns. She acted like he was incredibly out of line not to have complete faith in Franco like she did. She was very Carly-esque in her behavior. And, now that she knows he didn't kill anyone NOW she wants to reassess their relationship.
Also, bottom line, Liz is a nurse and apparently, for some reason, Jordan is her patient. She has no business berating her patient. She's angry at Jordan then take that up another time when the woman isn't lying in a hospital bed. If she can't do that have another nurse check Jordan's vitals or whatever Liz was doing in that room.