CNN Anchor Dismantles Lying Rep. Adam Schiff for Raging Against Special Counsel Robert Hur

It’s always a beautiful sight when Democrats say something so crazy that even their own fellow leftist have no choice but to call them out!

CNN anchor Jake Tapper did exactly that when he confronted Rep. Adam Schiff for attacking Special Counsel Robert Hur.

Hur had investigated Biden over the classified documents scandal and found that despite breaking the law, Biden was too old and senile for him to charge.

During the special counsel’s testimony before Congress, Schiff accused Hur of helping Republicans by injecting his own “personal, prejudicial, subjective opinion” on Biden’s cognitive decline.

Schiff wanted Hur to exclude any negative information about Biden’s frail mind in order to protect the Democrats’ chances of winning reelection.

Following the testimony Schiff appeared on CNN and Tapper, for once, didn’t hold back.

 

Tapper questioned how exactly Hur’s assessment of Biden being an “elderly old man with a poor memory” was inaccurate and politically motivated according to Schiff.

The Democrat rep who has spent the last several years lying about Donald Trump in order to bring him down politically, responded by claiming that Hur was providing “fodder” to the Republican party in a campaign year.

He went on to say that Hur did this deliberately to “politically slime him” because he couldn’t prosecute him.

Tapper, for his part, wasn’t buying it. The CNN anchor responded by using Hur’s testimony to prove what a load of B.S. Schiff’s argument was and then CRUSHING a stubborn Schiff.

“I just think that [Hur] felt like he had a special obligation to explain why he wasn’t going to prosecute somebody that he thought had actually broken the law,” Tapper said.

Watch the video here for the full exchange.


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