Adam Schiff reminds me of someone that I saw on the local news a few years ago.
I was visiting some family up north and there was this news story about how someone had slashed the tires of everyone on this one street. There was this guy that was giving this impassioned speech about finding the guy that did it and everyone seemed to rally around him.
After about a day, it seemed like the guy disappeared. As it turns out, he was the one that did it and was slashing all the tires to express his displeasure due to some disagreement over some neighborhood watch position. It was all really silly. He did it just to get back at what was really just a political opponent.
House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) looked a little nervous Monday morning when he was asked if he’s willing to testify in the Senate impeachment trial.
President Trump called on Pelosi and Schiff to testify in the Senate impeachment trial. “He must be a witness, and so should she!” Trump tweeted.
Adam Schiff is a fact witness because his staff met with the ‘whistleblower’ Eric Ciaramella before he filed the whistleblower complaint in August.
Schiff then lied about meeting with Eric Ciaramella before he filed his complaint against President Trump.
“I’m not a fact witness so other than mollifying the president, I’m not sure why the Senate would call me or Nancy Pelosi as a witness,” Schiff said.
Schiff also lied his face off and claimed that there is no evidence the Bidens broke any laws related to Ukraine and calling them in to testify would “convert the trial into a sham proceeding.”
Rich coming from the impeachment ringleader who conducted Soviet-style sham show trials in the House SCIF and denied President Trump due process.
Schiff also said the reports about Ukrainian 2016 election meddling is “Russian propaganda.”
NEW: “I’m not a fact witness so other than mollifying the president, I’m not sure why the Senate would call me or Nancy Pelosi as a witness,” Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff tells @TheView when asked if he would testify if he was subpoenaed. https://t.co/OzDKvd1dAt pic.twitter.com/SChJ2ftUCy
— ABC News (@ABC) January 13, 2020