Adam Schiff is a weasel.
Last fall, Schiff misquoted Trump while relaying the content of the president’s phone call with the president of Ukraine.
Now, during the actual impeachment trial in the Senate, he is at it again.
Rep. Adam Schiff once again misquotes President Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
As Twitchy reported all the way back in September (yes, it’s been that long), House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff kicked off his investigation with “a fictional retelling” of the transcript of President Trump’s call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
When confronted about it, Schiff claimed “it was meant to be a parody.” Of course, when Schiff made his way to his safe space on CNN, he told Wolf Blitzer that his parody was “all too accurate.”
White House counsel didn’t think so and kicked off its defense of President Trump in the Senate by replaying Schiff’s “parody.”
Now, as senators are questioning the House impeachment managers and White House counsel, Schiff once again misquoted the transcript of the phone call.
Here’s the moment from last fall:
The Ukraine Call Transcript was so damning that Adam Schiff had to completely rewrite it and make up quotes that weren’t in it.pic.twitter.com/bkB6RxLFjV
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) September 26, 2019
And here’s what just happened this week:
Wow. Adam Schiff just misquoted President Trump *again.*
He told the Senate President Trump asked President Zelensky to “do me a favor.”
The truth, what @realDonaldTrump really said: “do US a favor.”
He was talking about the country!
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) January 29, 2020
Did he think no one would notice?
Did Adam Schiff really just misquote the call AGAIN? The man has no shame with his lies. He's blatant about it at this point. #ImpeachmentTrials
— Ryan Boyle (@the_ryan_boyle) January 29, 2020
LOL. @RepAdamSchiff can't help himself. He just said "do ME a favor though." Misquoting the Ukraine call again. He was offering a hypothetical, but that's what he has done since Day One. Made up a set of facts and quotes that were not reflected in the evidence. #ImpeachmentTrial
— Joel B. Pollak (@joelpollak) January 29, 2020
It’s almost like Schiff would say anything to get his way.