Trump Warned Schiff, Bad News On Ethics Violation After He Lied On Record

President Donald Trump has made it clear to Rep. Adam Schiff that when he intentionally made up evidence and lied directly on the Congressional record about his Ukraine phone call, it would not go unpunished. Today, poor Schiff got really bad news about his ethics violations, proving it has not been forgotten. You’ll love this.

Rep. Adam Schiff and President Donald Trump (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshots)

House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff intentionally misled the American people about Trump’s phone call on September 27th during his Congressional hearing. Everyone knows now Schiff was not reading from the transcript the president had released. Instead, he decided to give Americans his jaded view hoping to get more support for his impeachment scheme.

“So we released the transcript of the call, which was so good that that crooked Adam B. Schiff, this guy is crooked. He had to make up a fake conversation that never happened and he delivered to the United States Congress and the American people,” Trump said at the Minnesota rally.

Then, Trump called out Nancy Pelosi for claiming Schiff never fabricated anything during an ABC News interview.

“These people are sick,” he said of Pelosi and Schiff. “I’m telling you they’re sick, and you know what? Had they waited one day longer, they would have had the transcript of the actual call, word for word, and it would have been perfect. Instead, they released it, they went early. They said all these horrible things. Do you know why? Because they never thought in a million years that I was going to release a transcript of the call.”

Schiff got the bad news he thought was impossible to ever happen. 

GOP Congressmen come from a variety of different political backgrounds. Some, like those in the Freedom Caucus, strongly support President Trump. However, you also have the moderates, a few Never-Trumpers, and the leadership. Well, today two-thirds of the GOP has signed on to fully censure Rep. Schiff.

“One-hundred and twenty-three House Republicans have backed a movement to condemn Chairman Schiff by cosponsoring House Freedom Caucus Chairman Andy Biggs’ (R-AZ) H. Res. 604, according to a list obtained by Breitbart News. H. Res. 604 would condemn Schiff for retelling a fictional phone call between Zelensky and Trump,” Breitbart reports.

“Biggs’ legislation has quickly gained support from House Republicans across the political spectrum. House Freedom Caucus conservatives, moderates, and House Republican leadership have all backed the move to censure Schiff,” Breitbart adds. They also have a list of the 123 GOP Congressmen who have signed on.

“He will make up his own narrative to mislead Americans,” Biggs said Monday. “He will hold impeachment hearings in secret. He will withhold the transcripts of these hearings from the American people.”

Trump supporters are pressuring the other third to get on board or face the consequences. 

“Where’s the other third? This is a no brainer!!” tweeted Suzie Q.

Hey, @HouseGOP THIS SHOULD BE 100%. Please publish names of members who did not sign on,” tweeted Mary Forbes.

One Twitter user, “Cathy,” confronted her own Congressman whose name was not found on the list:
“@RepMcCaul Where’s your NAME? Get on board!”

My question is, why isn’t it 100 percent of House GOP backing the censure of this freak of nature @AdamSchiff needs to be ousted, rather than just a slap on the wrist censure,” tweeted “El Diablo.”

Trump supporters across the country see this as good news, but they also are demanding that every single GOP congressman signs on. Many are calling for the Blue Dog Democrats who supported Trump to get elected in 2018 to sign on too.

Politicians like Shifty Schiff must be held accountable for their dirty deeds. President Trump isn’t a dictator who can singlehandedly remove Schiff from office. Censure is the first step. If the GOP regains the majority in 2020, they can then move to impeach Schiff.

Schiff’s mounting dirty deeds got noticed once again when he claimed he was holding closed-door sessions of his faux impeachment inquiry “to prevent Republicans from defending the president” and adding it’s like a “grand jury.”

Schiff’s comments prompted a scathing Wall Street Journal editorial on Monday. It said:

A grand jury? As Mr. Schiff knows, a grand jury is a criminal proceeding. Impeachment is a political process in which the House defines the meaning of ‘high crimes and misdemeanors.’ Mr. Schiff wants it both ways: Run his secret hearings like a criminal grand jury, but then impeach Mr. Trump of political offenses even if the President committed no crime.

And he wants to keep it all secret so Mr. Trump and his ‘legal minions’—i.e., his lawyers and the House minority—don’t have access to the evidence he will use against the President. Oh, and he says contrary evidence will be fabricated—an accusation of a crime in advance but with no evidence. With his every statement and action, Mr. Schiff is making Mr. Trump’s case that this impeachment is a rigged game.

It’s high time Adam Schiff starts facing some major blowback for his crimes. Rigging this impeachment process seems to be enough to not only censure him but to also impeach him when the GOP gets back the majority.

Of course, Shifty Schiff’s own constituents could save the Americans people a lot of time by just voting him out in 2020. Schiff is worse than a mafia boss. He’s a little man who does his sinister deeds while pretending to be this ethical politician. He stinks to high heaven.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.