adam schiff

Democrat attack weasel, Rep Adam “Shifty” Schiff, has been Mr. Russia, Russia, Russia since his employer, George Soros, forced House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes out of his position heading and as a counterweight for the administration in the Russia snipe hunt.

His anti-Trump media comrade, ABC’s Jonathan Karl, asked him Sunday about the Clinton campaign’s meeting with Ukrainian officials inside their embassy to obtain dirt on President Trump and his campaign manager Paul Manafort. It’s clearly an effort to raise and dismiss the growing issue as inconsequential.

After reading from a January Political article on the topic, Karl asks, “I understand Hillary Clinton lost, and I understand this effort was not as elaborate as the Russian effort, but was it acceptable or would it have been acceptable for the Democrats to accept help from the Ukrainian government in this campaign?”

Once again the assumption, lacking any evidence, is made that there was collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign. No evidence has been produced in a year, yet Karl freely equates real and hypothetical, describing the actual involvement of the Ukrainians and Clinton campaign as being “not as a elaborate” as one that exists only in theories on the part of the Russians. That’s some “great reporting,” there Jonny boy.

Schiff replied with a contradiction that most probably just dismissed

Schiff, the shifty weasel that he is, replies with a contradiction that most ignore but is heard and probably registers subliminally in a manner the Democrats learned long ago was an effective part of their double-speak. He replied, “No, it would be appropriate for the Democrats to accept help from the Ukrainian government.”

He then goes on to make excuses for the Clintons and Democrats, downplaying their very real collusion inside the Ukrainian embassy that resulted in very real consequences for the Trump campaign and Paul Manafort as being minor in comparison to the nothing that they’ve been beating the hell out of for a year.

He says “The scale of what the Russians did,” not what the Russians and Trump team did, because there is no evidence. He effectively presents it as if there were, assigning the same responsibility for the alleged and unsubstantiated Russian activity to the known meddling of the Ukrainians with the Clintons. They’re two very different things.

He then goes one step further in what he may have thought was another cute way of attacking his enemy, the President. He substitutes the Clintons for the Trump family in his little analogy, incorrectly implying that the meeting that took place in Trump Tower was initiated by the Trump campaign and that the supposed hacking was a product of a request by them.

The meeting was initiated by the Russian lawyer’s side, the Democrat contractor Fusion GPS’ agent, Rob Goldstone, not by the Trump team. In the case of the Clintons and Ukraine, the article indicates that a Ukrainian-American working for the Clinton campaign organized it, meaning Clinton contacted the Ukrainian government through her agent. Clinton went searching, Trump responded to an outreach.

There was also no meeting conducted inside the Russian embassy in the same manner that the Clinton representatives colluded in the Ukrainian embassy. In neither case was it Donald Trump Jr. or Chelsea Clinton who initiated the contact, although Schiff is deliberately asserting that it was Trump Jr. by way of his little bit of story telling.

The phony shyster Schiff declares what Crooked Hillary did as comparable to writing an insufficient check and what Russia did and by his earlier false implications the Trump campaign as well, as bank robbery. Schiff and the Democrats are scumbags. Every time he opens his mouth he reinforces that fact.

President Trump needs to get aggressive in fighting them, adopt his old “take no prisoners” attitude.


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