Adam Schiff Now Targeting VP Pence for Impeachment, Claims to Have “Evidence” of Misconduct
Now that the House Democrats have done all they can do with the impeachment process of President Trump, they’re getting bored. So rather than do some actual good for the country, you have House Unintelligence Chairman Adam Schiff trying to make up some evidence for impeaching Vice President Mike Pence.
This is all part of their big plot to try and crown Nancy Pelosi as Queen of the United States. In order to get Pelosi into the Oval Office, Democrats must not only remove Trump, but Pence as well because once Trump is gone (theoretically) Pence would then assume the role of President. Therefore, he needs to be disposed of as well.
Adam Schiff went on with Rachel Maddow last night to push their Trump-Ukraine conspiracy — something that was completely debunked everywhere after three weeks of testimony except on CNN, MSNBC and the fake news media.
During their conversation, Schiff announced he was going after Vice President Mike Pence next and may have “acquired evidence” that the Vice President is hiding information in the House Ukrainian investigation. (Gateway Pundit)
Adam Schiff: Well, we have acquired a piece of evidence, classified by Jennifer Williams, something she alluded to in her open testimony. Then going back and looking through her records she found other information that was pertinent to that phone call that we asked her about and made that submission. There is nothing that is classified in the document but the vice president’s office has said they are going to classify… It is not proper to classify something because it would be embarrassing or incriminating. And that submission does shed light on the vice president’s knowledge. We think the American people should see it.
Schiff is full of it. There’s nothing against Pence because there’s nothing wrong to have evidence about. This will just be another witch hunt.
Up Next: Impeach Pence! pic.twitter.com/tIMVEPEDeJ
— Ryan Knight 🏳️🌈🗽 (@ProudResister) December 19, 2019