For the first weeks of the impeachment effort, Adam Schiff was Nancy Pelosi’s biggest ally.
But now his name doesn’t come up nearly as much as it used to.
And Schiff just turned Pelosi’s life upside down by admitting one fact.
The first major Democrat to talk with the still unconfirmed “whistleblower” was Adam Schiff, who subsequently lied about his relationship with the mysterious figure believed to be CIA analyst Eric Ciaramella.
And even after his claims fell apart, with all the evidence exonerating President Trump, Pelosi is still supporting the impeachment efforts.
That prompted a reporter to question her about if she hates President Trump, and if that hatred is motivating her push for impeachment.
Pelosi exploded on that reporter, launching into a rant about how she resents the word “hate” being used in a sentence with her name.
“I don’t hate anybody. I was raised in a Catholic house, we don’t hate anybody — not anybody in the world. So don’t you accuse me of any [hate],” Pelosi said.
“As a Catholic, I resent you using the word ‘hate’ in a sentence that addresses me,” she continued. “I pray for the president all the time. So don’t mess with me when it comes to words like that.”
Pelosi is trying to convince the American people that Democrats are motivated by facts, and not blind hatred.
But while Pelosi may be trying to push this narrative, Adam Schiff just outright admitted that his support for impeachment is motivated by hatred.
In an interview with The New Yorker, Schiff was questioned about if he hates President Trump.
Despite initially saying, “no” he quickly expanded, stating that “but I do hate what he is doing to the country.”
This admission plainly admits exactly what impeachment opponents have been saying for months.
The entire effort is based around removing a President that Democrats disagree with.
They know that removing him at the ballot box in 2020 will be extremely difficult, especially with such a weak field of candidates vying for the Democrat nomination.
So Democrats see impeachment as their way to force him out of office without even needing to ask the American people what they think.
If they did ask the American people, they would overwhelmingly make it clear they disapprove of impeachment.
The economy is booming, and more people are back at work than there have been in decades.
Border security is being taken more seriously than any modern President.
And Trump is even able to win in negotiations with Democrats on his USMCA trade deal, which replaces the failed NAFTA deal passed by Bill Clinton in 1993.
These are the things that Schiff “hates.”
But every day American people don’t have the privilege to “hate” such winning policies, and are admitting that Trump is good for America.
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