Democratic Representative Adam Schiff (CA) isn’t just some run-of-the-mill liar; he’s the top liar in the United States Congress.
And that’s saying a lot…
It should come as no surprise to anyone that after helping to orchestrate some of the biggest lies to ever come out of Washington DC, including the Russian hoax and Trump’s call with Ukraine President Zelenskyy, House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff, who also sits on the Jan 6 Witch Hunt Committee, has given the American public no reason to ever believe him or anything he says.
The whole purpose of the Jan 6 Witch Hunt Committee is, of course, designed to damage Trump, his family, and his closest allies in an effort to prevent him from winning another term as President in 2024.
Never Trump GOP members like Rep. Liz Cheney (“R”-WY) and Adam Kinzinger (“R”-IL) have locked arms with some of the most dishonest Democrats in Washington DC to present themselves as judge, jury, and executioner of President Trump over the incident at the Capitol on Jan. 6, that many believe was planned and executed by the FBI with help from top Democrats like Speaker Pelosi who refused to take any measures to protect the Capitol building on Jan 6, 2021.
While Ray Epps is still very much on the minds of many Americans who haven’t forgotten about his curious role on Jan 6, it has now come to light that the members of the Jan 6 Witch Hunt Committee have been caught in yet another big lie in their efforts to trick Americans into believing Trump and the Republicans were behind the Capitol “riot.”
Just the News reports – The Jan. 6 panel — led in part by the Russian collusion advocate Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. — has been called on the carpet for falsely suggesting a GOP lawmaker ran a reconnaissance mission inside the Capitol for Jan. 6 protesters the day before the riot.
Ironically, the man who blew that whistle is the new Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger, who got his job on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s watch but handed Republicans vindication on an allegation they long claimed was a smear.
Manger wrote in a letter Monday to Congress, which Just the News obtained, that an exhaustive review of security footage found no evidence that Republican Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia did anything other than give constituents a tour of some congressional office buildings.
In fact, the chief said, the congressman didn’t even enter the U.S. Capitol with the group.
Manger wrote in a letter to Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Ill., the ranking Republican on the House Administration Committee: “We train our officers on being alert for people conducting surveillance or reconnaissance, and we do not consider any of the activities we observed as suspicious.”
Here is a copy of his letter:
The letter concludes with, “There is no evidence that Representative Loudermilk entered the U.S. Capitol with this group on January 5, 2021.”