Shifty Adam Schiff just got busted. He leaked altered emails involving Donald Trump, Jr., apparently to “misrepresent the substance of the text message and its source.” He won’t be able to sweep this one under the rug because it’s already going viral.
More Schiff lies
On Monday night, December 13, the California Democrat lawbreaker told fellow conspirators on the January 6 shaman-hunt committee that he had “proof” a member of Congress “texted former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to instruct former Vice President Mike Pence to overturn the 2020 presidential election results.”
Schiff lied. He’s totally full of bullshciff.
It’s not like Adam Schiff hasn’t done shady things like that before.
Everybody knows he faked the transcript from that 2019 phone call former President Donald Trump had with the president of Ukraine about investigating Hunter Biden’s shenanigans. Then there was that impeachment “whistleblower” who happened to be dating his daughter.
This time, not only “did Schiff misrepresent the substance of the text message and its source, he even doctored original text messages.”
The Federalist caught him doing it. “I want to display just a few of the message[s] he received from people in Congress,” the unhinged liberal lied, referring to Mark Meadows. He sealed his fate with the words “the committee is not naming these lawmakers at this time as our investigation is ongoing… If we could cue the first graphic.”
Cue the forged graphic
Schiff never thought that his handiwork would ever be seen by the public, only by the people as anxious to hang Donald Trump for insurrection as he is.
“This one reads, ‘On January 6, 2021, Vice President Mike Pence, as President of the Senate, should call out all electoral votes that he believes are unconstitutional as no electoral votes at all.'” He was really proud of the way he edited the message to say that.
“You can see why this is so critical to ask Mr. Meadows about,” Schiff whined. When he says “ask,” he means with a blowtorch and some bolt cutters. It’s no wonder Meadows won’t bow down to their subpoena.
“About a lawmaker suggesting that the former vice president simply throw out votes that he unilaterally deems unconstitutional in order to overturn a presidential election and subvert the will of the American people.”
It didn’t happen that way at all and the real message didn’t say that. There was legitimate legal groundwork and now he’s trying to have that erased quietly, behind the scenes. Ohio conservative lawmaker Jim Jordan sent the message to Meadows. Contrary to the careful forgery, the real text was “significantly longer than what Schiff read and put on screen.”
The zealot “erased significant portions of the text and added punctuation where there was none to give the impression that Jordan himself was tersely directing Meadows to give orders to Pence on how to handle the electoral vote certification.”
What Schiff didn’t say
While it came from Jordan, the original text “was written by Washington attorney and former Department of Defense Inspector General Joseph Schmitz.” Schiff didn’t tell the inquisition it had an attachment.
A “four-page draft Word document drafted by Schmitz that detailed Schmitz’s legal reasoning for suggesting that Pence had the constitutional authority to object to the certification of electoral votes submitted by a handful of states.”
Schiff didn’t know the email had been published publicly on the website everylegal.vote the next day and even included the same “DISCUSSION DRAFT” heading and timestamp on the document that Schmitz sent to Jordan.
The schifty lawbreaker decided to turn “a three-paragraph summary of his Word document” into a five line slide exhibit he could use to burn some deplorables at the stake with.
The official recommendation from constitutional experts was that “Vice President Mike Pence, as President of the Senate, should call out all the electoral votes that he believes are unconstitutional as no electoral votes at all — in accordance with guidance from founding father Alexander Hamilton and judicial precedence.
Schiff didn’t like that “precedence” part so got rid of it before it could do any harm. Then he decided the rest simply had to go as well. Especially the part that spelled out the case law. “Following this rationale, an unconstitutionally appointed elector, like an unconstitutionally enacted statute, is no elector at all,” Schmitz wrote.