Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Deeply Hostile Comrade Schiff: His Credibility Falls To ZERO

A year ago, two Russian comedians, Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov, using master troll-level skills pranked the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee by offering to give him “compromising” dirt on Donald Trump which included nude photos of the President and a Russian reality show star.
The two cooked up an elaborate story claiming the President had an affair with Russian glamour model Olga Buzova after a Miss Universe pageant in 2013 and naked pictures of him were passed to Vladimir Putin by his 'goddaughter' Ksenia Sobchak.
So desperate is Adam Schiff (D-CA) for a means to take down this president (and I hope you’ll pardon my grotesquery) if you gave him a whiff of Trump’s ass he’d crawl right in it.
The Daily Mail exclusive reveals:
“Schiff began the call by thanking the 'chairman' Andriy Parubiy for his time and warning him that Russian spies were likely listening in. 'I would caution that our Russian friends may be listening to the conversation, so I wouldn't share anything over the phone that you wouldn't want them to hear,' said Schiff.”
“I don't think that will impact on our investigation,” Kuznetsov told Schiff in an attempt to reassure him.
“The fake Parubiy claimed the Ukrainian government had obtained recordings and documents that proved Vladimir Putin was blackmailing Trump with naked photos taken during an affair between the president and a Russian glamour model.”
“Kuznetsov also claimed the Ukrainians recorded secret meetings between a Trump campaign aide and a famous Russian singer-turned-spy that took place at a non-existent mafia hangout in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Brighton Beach.”
“A spokesperson for Schiff confirmed he was on the call but claimed the congressman had suspicions that the caller might not be Parubiy and reported it to law enforcement last April.”
“The spokesperson declined to address on the record why a staff member pursued the ‘politician” after the call if the congressman thought it was fake.”
The Daily Mail has copies of three emails from Schiff aide Rheanne Wirkkala demonstrating Schiff had taken the bait hook, line and sinker.
"We wanted to talk to someone who specifically works on intelligence and give him a completely insane version of events," Kuznetsov told The Atlantic of the call to Schiff. Stolyarov added that the pair had given Schiff "a bunch of disinformation" and described the call as "completely absurd."
And if being thoroughly hosed by two Russian comedians wasn’t embarrassing enough for Schiff, yesterday there emerged a story of him appearing on the Kremlin-funded media outlet RT America in 2013─a channel he criticized for being a Russian propaganda network.
Schiff's RT interview in 2013 came on the heels of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's massive leak of classified information on U.S. surveillance systems and methods, touching off an explosive debate on privacy and security and whether Snowden was a whistleblower or a traitor.
"I think they'll have the cumulative impact of making the FISA court much more transparent, so the American people can understand what's being done in their name in the name of national security, so that we can have a more informed debate over the balance between privacy and security," Schiff said. "I think this can be accomplished while also maintaining sources and methods, and not compromising some of the very real national security concerns at stake."
His comments on Russia Today stand in stark contrast to his crybaby lamentations of Rep. Devin Nunes’ memo on FISA abuses released last week.
He branded the GOP memo "a political hit job" and has questioned whether Nunes  had coordinated with the White House in drafting the document seized on by the president to vent his grievances against the nation's premier law enforcement agencies.
"The goal here is to undermine the FBI, discredit the FBI, discredit the Mueller investigation, do the president's bidding," Schiff said. "I think it's very possible his staff worked with the White House."
All this should finish Schiff’s career as a politician, but we all know it won’t. 

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