WHAT???? Democrat Rep. Schiff’s remarks now support Nunes and Trump’s claims?

The Democrat motto seems to be that if you cannot find something bad to say about President Trump, don’t say anything at all. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, was very reticent on CNN’s State of the Union today. He has now reviewed the surveillance documents and apparently it has left him with little to say. This makes us all wonder what it is he has read. 

As Written By Joel B. Pollak for Breitbart:

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, told CNN’s Jake Tapper on State of the Union on Sunday morning that he “can’t say whether anything was masked or unmasked properly” after visiting the White House on Friday to see the same the surveillance documents that committee chair Devin Nunes (R-CA) saw last month.

It was an unusually muted response from Schiff, and suggests that the documents substantiate Nunes’ claims that the Obama administration conducted surveillance on members of the Trump transition team, and unmasked the names of U.S. citizens improperly before the intelligence was disseminated throughout the government. He merely said that he did not “agree with the chairman’s characterization” of the documents, but did not elaborate or say Nunes was wrong.

Schiff also added that he remained upset that the documents had not…..


Adam Schiff’s Weak CNN Interview Supports Nunes, Trump Claims on Surveillance




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