Schiff opens hearing ad-libbing Trump’s Ukraine call with improvised fake dialogue

Adam Schiff was slammed Thursday morning when – out of the gate – he “improvised fake dialogue” between President Trump and Ukraine President Zelensky.

Democrats are desperately trying to nail Trump and begin the impeachment process over a conversation Trump had with Zelensky. Trump has been accused of strongarming Zelensky with a quid quo pro in order to get dirt on Dem rival Joe Biden.

Only the newly released transcript of the phone call doesn’t show Trump strongarming Ukraine at all. That pesky fact must have prompted “little Adam Schiff” to make up his own facts when he spoke during a House Intelligence hearing Thursday morning.

Schiff continued to fabricate Trump’s words in response to the military request:

“’I don’t see much reciprocity here. I know what you want. I have a favor I want from YOU,’” Schiff accused Trump of saying.

“’You better listen good. I want you to make up dirt on my political opponent, understand, lots of it,’” Schiff continued to accuse Trump of saying.

 

 

Schiff then accused Trump of using that request to directly pressure Zelensky to “make up dirt” on Biden. Schiff continued to “improvise” Trump’s statements and take the conversation — that has a transcript open to the public — completely out of context in order to frame Trump.

The disgusting and shocking display sent outrage throughout social media:

He most certainly did.

As shifty as Schiff is, it is not entirely unsurprising that he would flat-out fabricate a conversation that took place by Donald Trump. As Fox News’ Jesse Watters pointed out on Wednesday, Democrats seem to be eye-ball deep pushing a new narrative in order to nail Trump on crimes that they themselves committed.

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