Adam Schiff knows the Democrats are in real trouble now, after President Trump announced a huge document dump that will reveal just what kind of criminals were running the country during the Obama administration.
Of course, Schiff is complaining that by releasing the documents, they could be giving away methods and sources. It’s funny that he is worried about it now. When he released the Democratic version of the FISA application memo, his version was full of methods and sources:
Lawmakers of the House intelligence committee voted to declassify the Democratic memo late Monday, giving President Donald Trump five days to conduct a national security review of the document. This national security review will include a review of sources and methods which officials say must be withheld from the public for intelligence concerns.
The memo was compiled in response to its Republican counterpart who released a memo that alleges broad abuse of FISA authority by top officials in the Department of Justice and the FBI. Democratic lawmaker Adam Schiff, who played a key role in compiling the document, said he fears “political redactions” from the White House during the intelligence review.
The Republicans and the president fooled Schiff and let his memo go out without redactions. So, he ended up revealing methods and sources.
Ranking member of the House Intel Committee Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that declassifying the Carter Page docs would be a “red line that must not be crossed as they may compromise sources and methods.”
Chad Pergram reported: Schiff on FISA release: With respect to some of these materials, I have been previously informed by the FBI and Justice Department that they would consider their release a red line that must not be crossed as they may compromise sources and methods.
Adam Schiff is a liar and a leaker who has worked around the clock to obstruct Chairman Nunes’ investigation into how and when the DOJ and FBI began spying on Donald Trump.
There will be a lot of wailing and gnashing of teeth before all of this new information is released to the public.