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WATCH: Adam Schiff Makes Up Imaginary Quotes About Trump’s Ukraine Phone Call (Video)

What is it with this guy?

John Salvatore

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California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff is arguably President Trump’s loudest critic.

If he’s not lying about POTUS in some form or other, he’s literally pulling made up quotes out of thin air.

Because this is the world in which we now live.

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From Daily Wire:

Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff (CA) made up imaginary quotes during a congressional hearing on Thursday from the transcript of President Donald Trump’s phone call with Ukraine and faced significant backlash over his actions.

Schiff, who is the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, presented the made-up quotes during his opening statement in at the hearing of acting Department of National Intelligence Director Joseph Maguire.

WATCH:

To open a very serious hearing, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) delivers a completely made-up account of President Trump’s conversation with the Ukrainian President.

Very normal and professional.

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If the conversation were as damning as Schiff et al would like, he would have simply read directly from it, instead of making up dialogue. Probably not surprising in light of the extravagant collusion claims he made for 2 years.

There isn’t a sleazier human being in politics than corrupt charlatan Adam Schiff. He’s proven over and over that his words are meaningless and his accusations are fairytale-like conspiracy theories. He’s a disgrace to Capitol Hill and to this country.

When you don’t have facts on your side some just make it up. The opening statement by their ring leader was #FullofSchiff. House Dems blatantly lying to justify their impeachment inquiry is horribly timed, poorly written and badly intentioned.

It is disturbing and outrageous that Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff opens up a hearing of this importance with improvised fake dialogue between President Trump and President Zelenskyy. We should focus on the facts.

We now have both the transcript and the complaint.

Anyone who reads them will see they prove what we already knew: @RepAdamSchiff and his cronies will peddle conspiracy theories and distort the truth to attack our President.

It’s wrong.

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