It’s been over two weeks since the FBI raided the Mar-a-Lago home of President Donald Trump. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff recently announced his plans to use the January 6 committee to dig deeper into the raid and reveal damning evidence.
Shifty Adam Schiff has a new plan to get to the bottom of the FBI raid on Donald Trump
Town Hall reports. The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, is once again focusing on evidence “hiding in plain site” and will use the January 6 meeting to follow up on the FBI’s unprecedented raid on President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.
Schiff joined CNN Sunday to discuss.
A week ago, Schiff couldn’t answer basic questions about why the FBI took so long to investigate Trump’s alleged records.
Why did the DOJ wait 18 months to retrieve the sensitive documents Trump kept? “I don't know, but if the Trump people represented that they provided all the classified or national security information and didn't, that's a serious problem,” Rep. Schiff tells @margbrennan pic.twitter.com/4ntVrqtaaR— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) August 14, 2022
Federal Judges will receive a redacted affidavit from the Justice Department and FBI on Thursday after being told the entire document cannot be concealed.
Schiff was not pleased with the news and said there would be consequences if it was released.
Schiff warned that Trump’s lawyers may use the FBI affidavit to formulate a defense.
According to Rep. Adam Schiff, in an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday, there is significant “public interest” in releasing the affidavit, but an unredacted copy could put sources of information “at risk” for retaliation.
Unfortunately for Schiff, it seems that all of his grandstanding is falling on deaf ears. Polls show that most Americans couldn’t care less about the J6 Committee or what Schiff has to say about it. In fact, many people seem to think that he’s a disgrace to his office and America for the lies he continues to tell. Let’s hope Schiff has a hard time getting traction on this latest action.