Russian propagandist, Adam Schiff, has some explaining to do…

Yesterday, award-winning investigative journalist John Soloman revealed a stunning discovery about the dirty backroom dealings of House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) that led to hiding exculpatory evidence from President Trump or White House lawyers even if the declassification process required such sharing.

John Soloman’s Just The News reports- In late September 2018 with a mid-year election approaching, the often bitterly divided House Intelligence Committee forged a rare bipartisan moment: Its Republican and Democratic members voted to make public the transcripts of 53 witnesses in the Russia collusion investigation.

In a March 26, 2019 letter to acting DNI Director Dan Coates, Schiff wrote:

“Under no circumstances shall ODNI, or any other element of the Intelligence Community (IC), share any HPSCI transcripts with the White House, President Trump or any persons associated with the White House or the President,” Schiff wrote in a March 26, 2019 letter to then-Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

“Such transcripts remain the sole property of HPSCI, and were transmitted to ODNI for the limited purpose of enabling a classification review by IC elements and the Department of Justice,” Schiff added.

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Fox News’ Lou Dobbs interviewed John Soloman to discuss from Rep. Adam Schiff’s letter to acting director of intelligence Director Dan Coates, where Schiff forbid him from sharing declassified information with the President of the United States.

Soloman explained how what started as an effort in bipartisan transparency, turned into, “Don’t give anything to Donald Trump that could help his defense against the Robert Mueller report.” Soloman explained, “Why did it change so dramatically? Everything that Adam Schiff thought—the Steele Dossier, the idea that there was going to be charged against Donald Trump, all fell apart, and we found out it was Russian disinformation—unproven, unverified, in fact, debunked information.”

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The award-winning investigative reporter broke down what he discovered for Dobb’s viewers, “Adam Schiff had to go from an advocate of transparency to an advocate of covering things up, and he’s managed to do that. My reporting indicates, 43 transcripts were sent from the DNI to Adam Schiff, the same ones that the House voted out for transparency, for release, and he’s held onto them this whole time.” Soloman explained what he believed motivated Schiff to keep the declassified documents from being seen, “Because they’d probably blow the whistle on just how bad the Russian collusion investigation really was.”

An agitated Dobbs summed up the coverup by Democratic Party lawmakers, “Schumer, Pelosi, and Nadler and Schiff, and the list goes on, are all behaving as though they are Russian assets. I mean, if they were paid by Russian—their conduct in all of this—I can’t see it’d be any different—can you?” Soloman agreed with Dobbs, adding, “Adam Schiff was one of the biggest losers of declassification,” Soloman said. “Why?” he asked. “Because we now know the many statements he made on television, on the floor of the House, and during committee hearings—Intelligence, he was spreading Russian propaganda, Russian disinformation.” Soloman continued, “One of the biggest purveyors of that information was Adam Schiff. And even after it became apparent that Mueller was going to rule out Russian collusion, what did Schiff say? ‘There’s collusion if you’re willing to see it.'” Soloman laughed, asking the Fox News host, “What does that mean?”


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