There is something shifty about California Congressman Adam Schiff.

During the Russia Trump-Russia investigation, Schiff repeatedly intimated that he had information that would connect Trump with Russia.

However, he never produced the goods and the Mueller investigation found no evidence that anyone in the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.

But that didn’t stop Adam Schiff from trying to end Donald Trump’s presidency by other means.

He chairs the House Intelligence Committee, which will be holding hearings in the recently-announced impeachment inquiry.

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.

It fits the Democrat playbook.

Think back to the Brett Kavanaugh hit-job last year.

At the last minute, knowing that Kavanaugh was going to be confirmed, Sen. Diane Feinstein magically produced a rape accusation that she had received months before. Then, other uncorroborated accusations surfaced, and suddenly there were calls for an F.B.I. investigation and demands for President Trump to withdraw his nomination.

For several weeks, the Democrats took to the airwaves to spread a false narrative about the main accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. They told lies about her that were intended to make her look credible and claimed that any criticism of her was out-of-bounds.

Now, we are seeing a similar pattern play out with regards to the Trump-Ukraine whistleblower.

Already, the Democrats have made the whistleblower into a victim beyond reproach.

They have pounced on comments made by President Trump in which he demanded to know the name of the whistleblower. Democrats made the rounds on cable news claiming that Trump had endangered the security of the whistleblower and even threatened him/her personally.

That prompted a #Iamthewhistleblower campaign in defense of the anonymous source. The hashtag campaign is a reference to a famous scene from the film “Spartacus.”

It is also suspicious how quickly Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for the opening of an impeachment inquiry into Trump.

For months, she had been holding out on impeaching Trump. Then, within just a few days, she was announcing the impeachment plot to the nation.

That, on top of recent reports that say that the Democrats are trying to speed up the impeachment process, paints a very suspicious picture. It has been reported that the Democrats in the House are preparing to file articles of impeachment against the president by the end of the month.

It is hard to believe that all these events could happen in such a short amount of time without being orchestrated ahead of time.

The Democrats have been hell-bent on impeaching President Trump since the day he took office, and probably before.

Regardless of what the polls show, internally they fear that they are going to lose to Trump in 2020 and are resorting to abusing their constitutional powers to remove him from office by other means.

It is a desperate ploy by a desperate party.

The initial polls show that 45% of Americans support an impeachment inquiry, however, unless more evidence is produced, it is unlikely that number will remain as high.

If the Dems are going to impeach the president, they are going to have to show more evidence that he committed an impeachable offense. As of now, there is no such proof. The American people are not going to buy the bag of goods they are selling.

This whole impeachment charade appears to be a setup, and Adam Schiff’s tweet on August 28th may be the smoking gun.