How many times have we seen/heard Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) on TV feeding us BS about the Trump collusion investigation? (I think I lost count after he hit 53,924, but you might have a higher number).

Here, excerpted from Stephen Sorace’s article for, is the latest one to toss on top of the pile (actually, by this time you’d probably need a catapult to reach that high).

Donald Trump Jr. late Thursday laid into House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., after reports appeared to vindicate the younger Trump of Democratic suspicions that he made phone calls to President Trump around the time of the Trump Tower meeting with Russians in June 2016.

Senate investigators obtained phone records which appeared to show that Trump Jr. had actually spoken to two longtime Trump family friends – Brian France, the chief executive of Nascar, and the investor Howard Lorber, the New York Times reported, citing two people briefed on the matter

“Has anyone heard from Adam Schiff?” Trump Jr. tweeted. “I imagine he’s busy leaking other confidential info from the House Intelligence Committee to change the subject?!?”

Adam Schiff, in my opinion, is a shameless political hack from a safe Democrat congressional district, who loves the cameras – maybe even more than Chuck Schumer – but rarely has anything useful to say.  So he offers us innuendos, one after the other, based on a combination of partisan BS and factless speculation, which is what this latest example is all about.

A quick google search of “Donald Trump Jr. trump tower calls” shows me that, this time, Schiff’s partisan BS/factless speculation was so egregious that even mainstream media are reporting it.

That would be a disaster for someone in a competitive district – a cudgel his/her opponent could use in the next election.  But reality intrudes:  the only way Adam Schiff could jeopardize his congressional seat would be to agree with President Trump every now and again.   So, no problem.  All done, and no price to pay.

On to the next Shiffload.

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