Adam Schiff is a terrible human being. He’s the worst kind of pompous, insufferable, lying, grandstanding political creep.
It’s about time that leading Republicans went after him – and that’s exactly what just happened on Hannity.
House minority leader Kevin McCarthy let him have it.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., is a liar, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., said Thursday night.
“Well, first I’d say Sean, there’s one person you have to add to the ‘lying list,’ and that’s Adam Schiff,” he told Hannity.
“He lied to us about not knowing who the whistleblower was, he lied to us by using that committee to actually tell us that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court was OK, and then he lied to us one more time when he read the transcript that was not true,” McCarthy charged.
Is there anything more sickening than the mainstream media’s desperate attempts to make Schiff lovable? The New York Times and Washington Post have pumped out a series of cloying profiles portraying him as everything that he’s not. It takes a lot of work to make a lying hack into a hero, but they’re trying.
If I have to hear one more time about how “straight-laced” and what a “superstar” Adam Schiff is, I’m going to gag. How is it “straight-laced” to lie to Congress, collude with leakers, and dox colleagues?
The only outstanding thing about Schiff is his utter lack of any spark. He’s a boring man. There’s nothing interesting about him, despite his role at the center of the impeachment maelstrom for the last year.
In addition to being a bore, he’s condescending, untrustworthy, slimy and pompous. I could go on and on with the negatives, but perhaps the most important one is this: with the failure of impeachment and the ascendence of Trump, he’s increasingly irrelevant.
I couldn’t wish it on a worse person.