Schiff Makes up ANOTHER Fake Trump Quote in Opening Statement
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During his opening statement of the Senate Impeachment trial, troubled far-left Representative Adam Schiff promoted more conspiracy theories in his hour long statement.
Schiff accused the President of being a "king" and a "cheat" as he promoted the debunked conspiracy theory that President Trump colluded with Putin and Russia.
The radical Democrat then took things to an extreme when he fabricated a fake conversation between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky.
"And I know this is astonishing. So much of the last few years has been a combination of shock and no surprise. And yet even when the president is saying, no quid pro quo, what does he say? “Zelensky must publicly announce the two political investigations and he should want to do it,” No quid pro quo except this quid pro quo," Schiff falsely quoted.
Schiff thinks he is doing damage to President Trump however Republicans like Senator Rand Paul are actually thanking him.
On Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul took to Twitter to thank far-left representative and "impeachment manager" Adam Schiff for unifying Republicans.
Schiff was in charge of the bogus House impeachment inquiry and is continuing to push his propaganda in the Senate impeachment trial.
“The more we hear from Adam Schiff, the more the GOP is getting unified against this partisan charade!” Paul said on Twitter.
Senator Lindsey Graham also had some things to say during a press conference where he hammered Democrats for their treatment of President Donald Trump in the ongoing impeachment sham.
“When it comes to replacing (Trump) 9 months plus from the election, you got an uphill battle with me because I really do believe that the best person — group of people to pick a president — are the voters, not a bunch of partisan politicians,” Graham slammed. “To my Democratic colleagues, you can say what you want about me but I am covering up nothing.”
“If I were the president I wouldn’t cooperate with these guys at all,” Graham also noted.
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Check out what the Daily Caller reported:
The comments come as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made a change to a resolution Tuesday that will lengthen Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate by at least one day.
The altered resolution will give both sides 24 hours to argue their case over three trial days instead of two as originally planned. Senators would then be given 16 hours for questioning. The schedule would mean a break from the previously scheduled 12-hour days of argument in the Senate. The impeachment trial could be over before Trump’s scheduled State of the Union address, on Feb. 4.
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