Adam Schiff PRIVATELY Met with Fusion GPS

President Trump begins his takedown of Adam Schiff. And it’s because Schiff poked the tiger one time too many.

Schiff is a Democrat weasel. Or as the president called him, a “political hack”. And now Schiff will find out what resources a self-made billionaire-turned-president can do with his money, as well as unlimited Federal resources.

Don’t worry. The president won’t need to get his hands dirty, as there are many willing to do it for him. Frankly, the takedown of Schiff should have happened a few years ago. And here’s why.

As The Hill reported,

The new House Intelligence Committee chairman, Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), has proven to be his party’s most effective antagonist toward President Trump. And now, with the new powers of being chairman, he is drawing both new weapons and new scrutiny.

Sometimes such scrutiny inevitably turns to questions of hypocrisy.

Which bring us to the issue of some photographs taken at the prestigious Aspen security conference last July.

They show Schiff meeting at the event with Fusion GPS Founder Glenn Simpson, one of the key and most controversial figures in the Russia collusion scandal. Both men insisted to me through spokesmen that they met only briefly last July.

As they say in the theater, “the plot thickens”.

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This meeting sounds much like the Clinton-Lynch meeting on the tarmac where “golf and grandchildren” were discussed.

The article continues,

At the time of the encounter, Simpson was an important witness in the House Intelligence Committee probe who had given sworn testimony about alleged, but still unproven, collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.

Simpson ran the firm hired by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic Party to find dirt on Trump in Moscow. He employed retired British intelligence operative Christopher Steele, whose infamous and unverified dossier became the main evidence for the FBI’s probe of the Trump campaign, particularly the surveillance warrant against Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

And by the time of the meeting, the House Intelligence Committee had already received evidence from a senior Justice Department official, Bruce Ohr, that called into question Simpson’s testimony to lawmakers.

Specifically, Simpson claimed he had not begun meeting with Ohr until after Thanksgiving 2016, well after the FBI had begun investigating Trump-Russia collusion and after the presidential election in which Simpson’s client, Clinton, lost to Trump.

But Ohr provided compelling evidence, including calendar notations, testimony and handwritten notes, showing that Simpson met with him in August 2016, well before the election and during a time when Steele was helping the FBI start an investigation into Trump.

Let’s see how Schiff and Simpson reconcile this meeting under the circumstances.

The article continues how the two explained their meeting.

When confronted with the Aspen conference photos of Schiff, in sport coat and open-neck dress shirt, and Simpson, wearing casual attire, representatives for both men tried to minimize their discussion, insisting nothing substantive about the Russia case was discussed.

“In the summer of 2018, Mr. Simpson attended a media-sponsored social event where he exchanged small talk with Rep. Schiff and many other people who were in attendance,” Fusion GPS said in a statement to me. “The conversation between the two was brief and did not cover anything substantive. There has been no subsequent contact between Mr. Simpson and Rep. Schiff.”

The congressman’s response was even more vague: “The chairman did not have any pre-planned meeting with Glenn Simpson, and any conversation with him at the Aspen conference would have been brief and social in nature,” Schiff spokesman Patrick Boland said.

Translation: This was just a Forrest Gump-like moment in which the Democrats’ chief defender of the dossier and the man whose firm produced it met serendipitously.

Sure. Serendipitous. Particularly when plotters in a coup against the president meet.

The article points out the irony of the meeting:

There is nothing illegal or technically improper about a congressman meeting, intentionally or unintentionally, with a witness in an investigation. At least not under the law or the House Intelligence Committee’s rules.

But Schiff created a far higher standard two years ago when he demanded that his Republican counterpart on the committee, then-Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), be investigated for having meetings with national security council officials at the Trump White House without telling the committee. Schiff’s attacks led Nunes to temporarily recuse himself from the Russia probe.

Schiff assailed Nunes’s contacts with a source outside the committee confines as “a dead-of-night excursion” and said it called into question the impartiality of the inquiry because the committee wasn’t informed.

“I believe the public cannot have the necessary confidence that matters involving the president’s campaign or transition team can be objectively investigated or overseen by the chairman,” Schiff said at the time.

So how did Schiff meet his own standards? Boland declined to say if his boss told the committee about his Simpson contact.

Schiff is known as “the leaker”. So what did he discuss?

As the Left often say of President Trump, “Let’s see the transcript!”.

Schiff may be the most partisan “political hack” the Democrats have. And he’s eaten more crow over the past 3 years in his pursuit of Donald Trump than a man should eat in 10 lifetimes. And he hasn’t stopped.

What lengths is Schiff willing to go to save face? I say as low as necessary. He’s hit rock bottom and keeps digging.

But don’t expect President Trump to let up on him.

I wrote recently that the president has gone from prey to predator.

The clock now ticks on Schiff, Mueller, and other crooked Democrats. Because Trump will deal with all the “political hack(s)”. Understand what Trump now has going for him.

First, Trump has an exhausted public who wants something tangible or they will dismiss the chirping by Democrats. With this in mind, Democrats can’t go another two years looking for snipes.

Second, Democrats underestimate Donald Trump. This comes from Democrats having far too much power for far too long. One would think that after all of Trump’s winning, Democrats would take him seriously. They seem to still believe they are dealing with an idiot.

Third, Trump now knows and understands the Deep State. And because of that, he’s got forces at play undermining the Deep State. As shrewd a businessman as Trump is, one can only surmise he’s not taking the assault like a bumpkin.

Fourth and finally, Trump has righteousness on his side. He hasn’t done anything, so attempts to prove otherwise make Democrats look desperate. And they are.

If Democrats were smart, they would support the president. It’s the best thing for their party. But they have back themselves so closely in a corner, they have no way to escape.

Schiff has no escape. He doesn’t realize he’s gotten too close to the person who now rules the plains. And Schiff will be roadkill by the end of the year.

Expect to hear a lot more about this secret “serendipitous” meeting.

Texas Republican who took over the Russia probe when Nunes recused himself, told Hill.TV.

 

 

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