Schiff lies: ‘I do not know the identity of the whistleblower.’

Whopper No. 1 from Impeachment Wednesday:

In response to a question from Rep. Jim Jordan, Rep. Adam Schiff says, “I do not know the identity of the whistleblower.”

Of course, Schiff knows that as a member of Congress, he has free rein to lie when he is acting within his official capacity.

But this whopper shows want a huge fantabulist he is. Remember, the whistleblower came to Schiff’s committee before he had ever filed a whistleblower complaint. That’s because a friend of the whistleblower worked for Schiff.

We are supposed to believe that the WB’s friend went to Schiff and told him that the WB wanted to testify against Trump, but Schiff never asked who the witness was, nor tried to determine his credibility.

Moreover, we are supposed to believe that Schiff never figured out who the WB is, even though the rest of us know it is Eric Ciaramella.

Yeah, right. No wonder they call him “Shifty” Schiff.


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2 Replies to “Schiff lies: ‘I do not know the identity of the whistleblower.’”

  1. I had to look up fantabulist as it was a word I was unfamiliar with and this is the definition I found: “A person who benignly imagines or invents wonderful, but untrue, aspects of their character or history.”
    I would say change the word benign to malignant and it seems to me that this perhaps this word is really a contraction of the words ‘fantasy’ and ‘bull—-” which would be fitting.
    Anyone else notice that Schiff always looks certifiably insane.

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