The voices in Adam Schiff’s big bulbous head are at it again. This time they’re telling him that Qanon is out to get him. Yes, the guy who accuses everyone and their brother of being a “conspiracy theorist” has put on his tinfoil hat and tracksuit, and declared that Qanon forces are responsible for getting him kicked off his committees. Sure bet, kook. The reality is that Adam has been one of the biggest purveyors of lies and fake news, and it’s about time that he’s sidelined. The American people are sick of it.
Schiff shouldn’t have a job in public office after all the “Russia hoax” nonsense and lies he peddled. But of course, nothing happens to him or the media for spreading some of the biggest fake news on the planet, which ended up costing the American people about 32 million dollars.
Nobody was held responsible. No heads rolled. And no jobs were lost.
And now, the leader in that fake propaganda plot is “outraged” that he finally lost his leadership role, and is out there spreading more lies and fake news about it.
It’s all Q’s fault. Nothing is Adam’s fault. He did nothing wrong…
Here’s what Schiff said during a CNN interview with Dana Bash.
“McCarthy’s problem is that he can’t get to 218 without Marjorie Taylor, Greene, and Paul Gosar and Matt Gaetz, and so he will do whatever they ask, and right now they’re asking for me to be removed from my committees, and he’s willing to do it. He’s willing to do anything they ask. Kevin McCarthy has no core ideology; he has no core set of beliefs,” the far-left radical lawmaker who pretends to be a moderate told the CNN host. “It’s very hard not only to get to 218 that way; it’s even more difficult to keep to 218, so he will misrepresent my record. He’ll misrepresent Swalwell or Ilhan Omar or whatever he needs to do to get the votes of the ‘QAnon caucus’ within his conference.”
You can watch the video below:
Schiff on CNN on Kevin McCarthy threatening to kick him off the intel committee: "McCarthy's problem is not with what I said about Russia. McCarthy's problem is he can't get to 218 without Marjorie Taylor Greene, Paul Gosar, and Matt Gaetz, and so he will do whatever they ask." pic.twitter.com/AR5nntoNYK
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 27, 2022
This guy has one very wild imagination.
I don’t know if you knew this, but Adam Schiff is a wannabe “screenwriter” in his spare time. Yes, it’s true. He still wants to break into Hollywood.🤣
Here’s what WAPO wrote about Schiff’s “screenwriting” aspirations back in 2019:
When Adam Schiff was a young assistant U.S. attorney living in Los Angeles, he did what everyone does when they move to Hollywood. He wrote a screenplay.
He spent hours at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, reading the scripts for “Silence of the Lambs” and “Witness” in the library (it was the ’90s). He leaned on his courtroom experience, thinking back on snippets of dialogue during trials as he typed out a crime thriller. The prosecutor was the hero, naturally. He called it “Minotaur,” and, if you ask Schiff, it was pretty good.
“I got an offer of an option from Nick Wechsler,” Schiff said, leaning back in a leather chair inside his Capitol Hill office late last month. “He produced ‘The Player,’ remember that movie with Tim Robbins?”
Schiff turned down the offer, he said. He doesn’t remember it being a huge sum of money, and anyway, he was getting into a different kind of storytelling business: politics.
In some ways, he’s become the chief storyteller of this drama-filled political moment. Schiff is the head of the House Intelligence Committee and leader of Democrats’ impeachment inquiry of President Trump. He’s in charge of calling witnesses, taking depositions and subpoenaing documents. More than that, it’s his job to stitch it all together into a believable, easy-to-follow narrative. Imagine the pitch meeting: It’s like “The Manchurian Candidate,” except the president has heel spurs. It’s “The Godfather” meets “Borat.”
Obviously, this wannabe Hollywood writer has a gift for wild storytelling. That’s great for a movie, but it sucks for our government.
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