Conspiracy Theorist Adam Schiff Still Believes There is ‘Significant and Incriminating Evidence of Trump-Russia Collusion’ (VIDEO)
House Intel Chairman and shameless liar Adam Schiff (D-CA) told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos Sunday that there is significant and incriminating evidence that Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 election even though Mueller concluded his investigation with no new indictments.
Mueller’s attempted coup of President Trump ended on Friday when he gave his final report to the Justice Department and AG Bill Barr with no new indictments.
The Democrats and their stenographers in the media spent over 2 years spreading Trump-Russia collusion conspiracy theories prompting them to suffer meltdowns after Mueller’s investigation ended in a whimper.
Top House Democrats such as Adam Schiff refuse to concede and are vowing to plow ahead with robust investigations into Trump because they are determined to ‘get Trump’ somehow.
Stephanopoulos asked Schiff, “You have said though in the past there was significant evidence of collusion. How do you square that with Robert Mueller’s decision not to indict anyone?”
Schiff immediately rattled off his usual talking points and argued that the completely lawful Trump Tower meeting with Russian lawyer Veselnitskaya was proof of Russian collusion.
“And there is significant evidence of collusion and we’ve set that out time and time again from the secret meetings in Trump Tower to conversations between Flynn and the Russian Ambassador to the providing of polling…” Schiff said — again none of this is criminal.
In reality, Adam Schiff ‘colluded’ more with the Russians than Donald Trump did. Recall, Adam Schiff got duped by Russian pranksters who promised to provide compromising information on Trump, including naked photos. Pathetic.
Rep. Adam Schiff: "I think Mr. Giuliani would be wise to wait until the report is made public before making any pronouncements on vindication."
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Attorney General Bill Barr is currently at the Justice Department and is expected to deliver a summary report of Mueller’s findings to Congress on Sunday.