Rep. Adam Schiff directly accused President Trump of advancing “conspiracy theories” on social media Monday; conveniently forgetting his own track record on Russia-collusion, Obstruction of Justice, and other unfounded allegations against the White House.
“Trump brings conspiracy theories from the darkest corners of the internet to the Oval Office. Lies about Obama’s birth, JFK’s death, or now, that the Clintons are responsible for murder… Trump has lied over 12,000 times. He’s the most dishonest president in our history,” posted Schiff on Twitter.
Trump brings conspiracy theories from the darkest corners of the internet to the Oval Office.
Lies about Obama's birth, JFK’s death, or now, that the Clintons are responsible for murder…
Trump has lied over 12,000 times.
He’s the most dishonest president in our history.
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) August 12, 2019
Schiff weighed-in on Robert Mueller’s disastrous testimony last month; saying the “essence” of the former special counsel’s testimony is that “the President is unpatriotic.”
Rep. Adam Schiff: "Even though [Robert Mueller] was reluctant, as you can imagine, to provide the soundbite 'the President is immoral, the President is unpatriotic,' that is the essence of what he had to say." pic.twitter.com/tXPvmIA0RS
— The Hill (@thehill) July 25, 2019
“He was a reluctant witness… Even though [Robert Mueller] was reluctant, as you can imagine, to provide the soundbite ‘the President is immoral, the President is unpatriotic,’ that is the essence of what he had to say,” clarified Rep. Schiff.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi doubled-down on her Obstruction of Justice accusations against President Trump just weeks ago; saying the American public “must understand what President Trump is trying to cover up.”
“As we legislate for the good of the American people, we are also investigating to make sure that Americans have the truth and understand the gravity of the threat to our democracy. They must understand what @realDonaldTrump is trying to cover up,” posted Pelosi on social media.
COLLUSION DELUSION: Adam Schiff Says AG Barr Simply ‘Doing the Bidding’ of the President
Rep. Adam Schiff continued to double-down on his baseless accusations of Russia-Trump collusion this week; accusing Attorney General William Barr of simply “doing the President’s bidding.”
“When you hear the Attorney General say he wants to look in to what he calls ‘spying’ into the President’s campaign, what’s your first reaction?” asked a reporter with ABC News.
Rep. Adam Schiff tells @Marykbruce Barr is doing Trump's "bidding" by saying he wants to look into "spying" into the Trump campaign.
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) April 11, 2019
“It’s stunning to hear the top law enforcement officer in the country talk so cavalierly about spying on a political campaign. This must be very pleasing for Donald Trump who wants to create a narrative that he’s the victim of some Deep State coup,” said Schiff.
“The Attorney General has a higher responsibility than simply doing the bidding of the President of the United States,” he added.
COLLUSION DELUSION: Adam Schiff Digs In, Says ‘Plenty of Evidence of Collusion’
Rep. Adam Schiff doubled-down on his desperate ‘collusion delusion’ assertions this week; bizarrely stating there’s “plenty of evidence of collusion” despite Robert Mueller’s $30 million investigation that found no connection between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.
“There’s plenty of evidence of collusion and corrupt co-mingling of work between the Trump campaign and the Russians. I fully accept that as a prosecutor [Mueller] couldn’t prove beyond a reasonable doubt that crime,” said Schiff.
.@AdamSchiff says he's convinced Trump colluded with Russia.
"There's plenty of evidence of collusion and corrupt co-mingling of work between the Trump campaign and the Russians. I fully accept that as a prosecutor [Mueller] couldn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that crime." pic.twitter.com/0jz5Sjthhd
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 3, 2019
The President unloaded on Rep. Schiff Tuesday over his baseless allegations of collusion between senior Trump aides and the Kremlin; saying there “was no amount” of testimony or documents that would satisfy “Shifty Schiff.”