“Adam Schiff is a sociopath,” said Tucker Carlson Friday night. The Fox News host was reporting on the lies, revealed in House Intelligence Committee transcripts, that facilitated what he calls the Russia/collusion “hoax.” Yet his comment made me smirk a bit, as I’ve often theorized that Congressman Schiff (D-Calif.) could be a sociopath. (He exhibits all the signs, after all.) Even more ominously, though, the transcripts reveal a pattern of sociopathic behavior among many powerful figures — and our government increasingly, owing to societal moral decay, takes on a sociopathic character.
Representative Maxine “Mad Max” Waters (D-Calif.) has never been the president’s most level-headed opponent.As delusional as an escapee from Bedlam, she has called for the public harassment of Trump supporters and officials and began barking about impeachment, not even a month after he was inaugurated. Now, we learn, she can’t discern fact from fiction. Last week, she was hoaxed by the same two Russian radio pranksters who fooled another hate-Trump Democrat, Adam Schiff.
A White House official filed a defamation lawsuit against Politico on Monday over the news outlet’s publishing of false reporting, which the official claims was done in concert with House Intelligence Committee Chair Representative Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), who is heading the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Representative Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), who is managing the campaign by House Democrats to impeach President Trump, warned members of his committee in a November 12 memorandum outlining the procedures for the impeachment hearings that attempts to reveal the name of the whistleblower whose allegations fueled the Democratic-led inquiry could be regarded as a violation of congressional ethics rules.
Representative Adam Schiff is loud and clear. President Trump must be impeached for seeking dirt on a political opponent during a phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky. But the California Democrat committed the same misdeed himself in a phone call with two Russian radio pranksters. In January 2018, Schiff asked the two shock jocks, who posed as Ukraine officials, for derogatory information about Trump that included compromising nude photos. Schiff is chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.