Adam Schiff Accused of BLOCKING Efforts that Would Reveal His Abuse of Power during Impeachment

I know coronavirus is sucking up all the air in the room right now. It’s causing some important news stories to slip by, and its allowing news that would be detrimental to Democrats to go unnoticed.

This is one of those stories. This story involves impeachment manager Rep Adam Schiff and his actions during the impeachment of President Trump.

If you recall even a few facts, you might remember that the entire thing was a political witch hunt.  The Democrats couldn’t even accuse the President of a real crime, much less prove one. While the entire Democratic Party (save Tulsi Gabbard) acted in bad faith throughout that process, they weren’t all equal contributors. The impeachment mess had a ring leader, and his name was Adam Schiff.

 

This is the man who promised the American people for years that he had secret proof of President Trump colluding with Russia. 4 years later we’re all still waiting for that proof.

He’s also the man who publicly exposed private phone records without court, or even Congressional approval. For those keeping track, that’s a crime.

Well, Schiff was sued by a watchdog group over his criminal activity relating to impeachment. He’s now using his position in Congress to block the lawsuit. He isn’t going through the proper legal channels and letting the courts rule. Instead, he’s doubling down on his corruption. It’s vile, and he shouldn’t be allowed to get away with it.

If you want to understand how Schiff is violating his position and the integrity of our country, you’ll find all of the important facts in this video. Try to keep your blood pressure down while you watch it.


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