Jim Jordan Destroys Schiff's Credibility in One Minute
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Troubled far-left Representative Adam Schiff has tried to convince the American people for months that President Donald Trump should be impeached because he is a threat to America.
During an interview on Wednesday, Republican Rep. Jim Jordan destroyed Schiff's credibility by discussing past statements by Schiff that turned out to be completely false.
"We’re supposed to believe Adam Schiff today and everything he’s saying?" Jordan started. "This is the guy who said, ‘We have more than circumstantial evidence that there was coordination between Trump and Russia, and Russia influenced the election.’ That turned out to be false. Adam Schiff said that the Nunes was false. Michael Horowitz told us no it wasn’t; it was exactly right. Adam Schiff said you can trust the FISA court. Michael Horowitz told us last month that no, you can’t; they lied to the FISA court 17 times. Adam Schiff told us we look forward to hearing from the whistleblower. Adam Schiff said we’ve had no contact with the whistleblower."
He continued: "Then just yesterday, the story where he misrepresents to all of you to Chairman [Jerry] Nadler and most importantly to the White House counsel that Mr. Z is Mr. Zelensky, when in fact it was Mr. Zlochevsky. But today we’re supposed to believe him? He just talked for two hours and 15 minutes, and we’re supposed to believe everything he said today, in spite of that history, where seven important things he had exactly wrong? … That’s the kind of game that they’re playing here, and, again, I think that the American people see through it all."
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Schiff has little to no credibility left considering he continues to promote falsehoods and conspiracy theories.
During the impeachment trial on Wednesday, Schiff said that Russia would attack the United States mainland and the only way of preventing this would be to remove President Trump from office.
Check out what Fox News reported:
Trump's lawyers sat by, waiting their turn, as the president blasted the proceedings from afar, threatening jokingly to face off with the Democrats by coming to "sit right in the front row and stare at their corrupt faces."
The challenge before the House managers has been clear. Democrats were given 24 hours over three days to prosecute the charges against Trump, trying to win over not just fidgety senators sitting silently in the chamber but an American public, deeply divided over the president and his impeachment in an election year.
Most senators sat at their desks throughout the day, as the rules stipulated, though some stretched their legs, standing behind the desks or against the back wall of the chamber, passing the time. Visitors watched from the galleries, one briefly interrupting in protest.
After a long and boring morning, Schiff bizarrely suggested that Ukraine desperately needs United States military aid so we don't have to fight the Russians "here."
"As one witness put it during our impeachment inquiry, the United States aids Ukraine and her people so that we can fight Russia over there, and we don't have to fight Russia here," Schiff claimed.
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