Steven Ahle| Opinion| All the time that Adam Schiff made love to the cameras from CNN and MSNBC, promoting the narrative that Trump colluded with Russia, even though he knew for a fact that was a lie.
To this day he still promotes his lies.
Schiff has been skewered by the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal.
They have pointed out that Schiff was knowingly lying to the American people for three years by pressing the fake Russia collusion story for all that time.
The editorial board wrote:
From the earliest days of the collusion narrative, Mr. Schiff insisted that he had evidence proving the plot. In March 2017 on MSNBC, Mr. Schiff teased that he couldn’t “go into particulars, but there is more than circumstantial evidence now.”
In December 2017 he told CNN that collusion was a fact: “The Russians offered help, the campaign accepted help. The Russians gave help and the President made full use of that help.” In April 2018, Mr. Schiff released his response to Mr. Nunes’s report, stating that it’s finding of no collusion “was unsupported by the facts and the investigative record.
“None of this was true, and Mr. Schiff knew it. In July 2017, here’s what former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Mr. Schiff and his colleagues: ‘I never saw any direct empirical evidence that the Trump campaign or someone in it was plotting/conspiring with the Russians to meddle with the election.’ Three months later, former Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch agreed that while she’d seen “concerning” information, ‘I don’t recall anything being briefed up to me.’ Former Deputy AG Sally Yates concurred several weeks later: ‘We were at the fact-gathering stage here, not the conclusion stage.’
“As for Mr. Schiff, no one should ever believe another word he says.”
That’s okay, I never do.