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GLOVES OFF: Schiff SLAMS Federal Judge for Questioning Mueller Probe

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.07.18

Ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff slammed a federal judge Monday over his decision to “question” the scope of Robert Mueller’s probe; adding he was “concerned” about his “opinion.”

Schiff was speaking with CNN’s Jake Tapper when he was asked to comment on Judge Ellis’ harsh questions surrounding the special counsel’s ongoing investigation.

“The judge is basically saying to Mueller and Mueller’s team is you don’t really care about Manafort… you’re only trying this case to get Manafort to flip on President Trump,” said Tapper.

“While it’s certainly within the judge’s prerogative to ask these questions, I don’t think it really bears on the legal issues,” said Schiff. “I think that Bob Mueller will prevail, in the sense of being able to go forward with this litigation. I don’t think there is really any legal question about that. But, yes, it is concerning that the judge would express this opinion.” 

Watch Schiff’s comments above.

ADAM’S ADMISSION: Schiff ADMITS McCabe’s FIRING ‘May Be Justified’

posted by Hannity Staff - 3.19.18

Ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff acknowledged Sunday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to suddenly fire FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe “may be justified,” seconds before calling the move “tainted.”

Schiff was speaking with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos when he was asked to comment on Sessions’ abrupt removal of the senior FBI official just days before he was due to retire.

“On Andrew McCabe, does the fact that the Inspector General did find that he lacked candor in some of his responses, and that his firing was recommended by career FBI officials. Does that suggest that his firing was or may be justified?” asked Stephanopoulos.

“His firing may be justified, there’s no way for us to know at this point,” admitted Schiff. “Even though it may have been justified, it can also be tainted.”

“I think the President badgering his Attorney General, his urging that he be fired before his pension could vest, and the fact that McCabe and every other Comey associates […] every one of them has been targeted by the administration,” he added.

Watch Schiff’s admission above.

h/t Washington Free Beacon 

ADAM’S ADMISSION: Schiff Admits DEMOCRAT MEMO Riddled with SENSITIVE INTEL

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.14.18

The liberal lawmaker behind the Democratic “rebuttal” to Devin Nunes’ FISA memo publicly admitted his document was riddled with sensitive intelligence and classified material; saying his colleagues “need to go through” the letter and remove the information before President Trump declassifies the dossier.

Rep. Adam Schiff -the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee- admitted the left-wing mistake while speaking at a breakfast event Wednesday morning, saying his memo does include “sources and methods” used by the nation’s intelligence community.

“We need to go through that and identify that which remains classified and would implicate sources and methods or investigative interests,” said Schiff.

Schiff’s comments are in sharp contrast to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s outright rage at President Trump for his refusal to release the Democratic ‘rebuttal.”

“President Trump’s refusal to release Intelligence Committee Democrats’ memo is a stunningly brazen attempt to cover up the truth about the Trump-Russia scandal from the American people,” said Pelosi.

“The President’s decision to block the Democratic memo from release is part of a dangerous and desperate pattern of cover-up on the part of the President,” she added. “Clearly, the President has something to hide.”

h/t Daily Caller

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