At this very moment, the Democratic Party is falling apart.
The Iowa Caucus was a disaster, and the lack of results is earning the Democrats some much-deserved mockery. However, Iowa isn’t the only place where the Dems are having a hard time.
Meanwhile, In Washington D.C., the Senate Impeachment Trial is still going on. You might not have known that because Americans no longer care about anything impeachment-related.
Even though no one is paying attention, the House’s Lead Impeachment Manager, Adam Schiff is continuing his theatrical performance on the floor of the Senate. The melodramatic Schiff has proclaimed that Trump is a threat to democracy and must be removed in order to save the republic. He claims that he has no choice to perform this duty. His honor requires him to do so.
And apparently, if the Senate doesn’t remove Trump from office, he will sell Alaska to Russia in exchange for election-hacking.
Yes, you read that correctly. Adam Schiff actually warned that, if left unchecked, President Trump will begin to do anything he wants, including selling Alaska to Russia.
Schiff was using the scenario as a hypothetical in his argument that Trump abused his power. He told the Senators, “If abuse of power is not impeachable…Trump could offer Alaska to the Russians in exchange for support in the next election or decide to move to Mar-a-Lago permanently and let Jared Kushner run the country, delegating to him the decision whether to go to war. Because those things are not necessarily criminal, this argument would allow that he could not be impeached for such abuses of power. Of course, this would be more absurd. More than absurd, it would be dangerous.”
The best part of this impeachment trial concluding will be that America won’t be made to sit through an Adam Schiff diatribe every day. It is nauseating to listen to him all the time.
This whole impeachment inquisition wouldn’t be possible without Adam Schiff. His staff—and most likely himself—was working with the whistleblower a month before the public was first informed of the Trump-Zelensky phone call.
On September 9th, a whistleblower complaint came to light alleging that President Trump had put pressure on the Ukrainians to investigate Joe Biden’s role in having a former Ukrainian prosecutor fired for investigating his son Hunter.
The anonymous whistleblower, who is said to work with the CIA, filed the complaint with the intelligence community Inspector General, Michael Atkinson, on August 12.
The Inspector-General investigated the complaint and found it to be credible. The IG then forwarded the complaint to the acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire.
Maguire initially refused to share the complaint with Congress until Trump himself approved the release of the whistleblower complaint to the public.
Let’s backtrack for a minute.
Rep. Schiff claims that he learned about the existence of the complaint from the inspector general on September 9th.
However, read the following tweet from Schiff on August 28th and see if you pick up on some similarities between the tweet and the whistleblower complaint:
“Trump is withholding vital military aid to Ukraine, while his personal lawyer seeks help from the Ukraine government to investigate his political opponent.
It doesn’t take a stable genius to see the magnitude of this conflict.
Or how destructive it is to our national security.”
Seems suspicious, doesn’t it?
Schiff’s tweet very closely resembles the whistleblower complaint that he supposedly didn’t know about until September 9th.
It is difficult not to contemplate that this whole impeachment drama was a setup from the get-go.
Schiff acts like he is the most righteous man in the country, when in fact, he is the one who is corrupt. It is laughable that he believes he is upholding the Constitution when he and his party have been trying to destroy the Constitution for years.
If Trump was to abuse his power, he might want to consider selling Adam Schiff to Russia. Our country would be better for it.
But then again, would it be fair to subject Russia to that kind of suffering?