Impeachment manager Adam Schiff lost it when over a dozen senators asked him his top aide Sean Misko and his coordination with the whistleblower to “take out” Trump.
Several senators on Thursday asked Schiff about his top aide Sean Misko plotting with his NatSec-crony-turned-whistleblower Eric Ciaramella to “take out” Trump in January of 2017.
The senators were referring to Paul Sperry’s explosive investigative report revealing Eric Ciaramella plotted with Schiff’s aide Sean Misko to “take out” Trump in January of 2017.
Impeachment manager Adam Schiff has TWO aides, Sean Misko and Abigail Grace who worked with the whistleblower Eric Ciaramella at the National Security Council and Republican Senators asked about their role in plotting to remove Trump.
Schiff hired Eric Ciaramella’s NatSec crony Sean Misko ONE DAY after President Trump’s July 25 phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and now he’s refusing to answer questions about their coordination.
Schiff became enraged and refused to answer the question!
Schiff was visibly nervous as he lashed out at the senators for daring to ask him about his involvement in the latest coup attempt.
“This question refers to allegation in a newspaper article which are circulating smears on my staff and ask me to respond to those smears. I will not dignify those smears on my staff by giving them any credence whatsoever,” Schiff said.
Instead of answering the question, Schiff accused senators of endangering Eric Ciaramella.
Question asked about former NSC staff Sean Misko saying to the alleged Whistleblower “We need to do everything we can to take out the President” at an NSC meeting.
“Why did your committee hire Sean Misko the day after the phone call between President Trump and Zelensky?” pic.twitter.com/46F3N6FcwH
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) January 30, 2020
Shortly after Schiff’s crazy rant, President Trump retweeted Paul Sperry’s explosive report on Schiff’s aide Sean Misko and his relationship with Eric Ciaramella.
Trump also retweeted Senator Rand Paul’s question about Eric Ciaramella after it was rejected by Justice Roberts.