Don’t like the facts? Just Schiff the narrative
First we were told the phone call was, as the Washington Post breathlessly wrote, “so troubling
that it prompted an official in the US intelligence community to file a formal whistleblower
Then we actually got the transcript, and it was nothing, so we were informed by CNN that we
had “to read between the lines.”
In other words, as the crooked FBI agent said of the Russian collusion hoax, there is no there
there. So it was time for the Democrats to… just plain make it up.
Thus, on Thursday morning, live on most TV channels, Rep. Adam Schiff, the Framingham-born
hack Congressman from California, read into the record an utterly fabricated statement from
President Trump to the president of Ukraine:
“I don’t see much reciprocity here. I hear what you want. I have a favor I want from you though.
And I’m going to say this only seven times so you better listen good. I want you to make up dirt
on my political opponent, understand, lots of it…”
And so on. Like everybody else in America, Schiff had the transcript of the real conversation in
front of him, but it wasn’t good enough. So he just… made it up.
This was after Schiff said over and over again Wednesday that the innocuous phone call
reminded him of a Mob extortion, after which Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Stolen Valor-CT, said
the conversation was like a “gangster shakedown,” after which Hillary Clinton’s favorite
reporter, Andrea Mitchell, said she was thinking “Godfather.”
Is there an echo in here?
As long as Schiff was at it, why didn’t he make up Trump saying, “Capiche?” instead of
“understand?” You know, Italian, like a real Godfather would say.
Remember, this is the same Schiff who appeared on alt-left cable TV hundreds of times over
the past two years, claiming he had seen “evidence” of Trump-Russian collusion. We’re still
waiting him to produce it.
And now this… making it up. Who does he think he is, a columnist for the Boston Globe?
Or maybe he’s trying out for a gig on MSNBC. He can work with other such fake-news legends
as Brian Williams, Lawrence O’Donnell and Mike Barnicle (who used to make stuff up for the
Globe before he turned over the coveted fiction slot on the metro page to Kevin Cullen).
Washington DC is turning into the old movie Groundhog Day. The Democrats keep recycling the
same old BS, day after day. Last week it was the fake news about Brett Kavanaugh,
compliments of the failing New York Times.
And now this, the “whistleblower” who according to the inspector general of the so-called
intelligence community exhibited “some indica of an arguable political bias… in favor of a rival
No, you’re kidding. It was a CIA guy, apparently, a Deep State swamp creature who can sharpen
pencils and shuffle papers with the best of them, I’ll bet, in the tradition of Brennan, Clapper
and Comey. Maybe even worked for the Communist-voting Brennan, he now learn. One thing’s
for sure: James Bond he ain’t.
Brennan Jr.’s whole complaint reads a lot like an even thinner-gruel version of Hillary Clinton’s
dodgy dossier – hearsay, second-hand gossip, innuendo, insinuations, etc. But then again, the
New York Times’ bogus smear of Kavanaugh last week read like watered-down Christine Blasey
That’s what I mean about Groundhog Day. A decade ago, Nancy Pelosi said of the disaster
known as Obamacare: “We have to pass the bill before we can find out what’s in it.”
This week, before even reading the transcript, she opined that the president had “breached his
constitutional duties… betrayed his oath of office.”
I guess now the House has to impeach the President before they can find out if he actually
committed a high crime or misdemeanor.
Basically, what the fake news media are telling us is, Trump meant something he actually didn’t
say. And at the same time, despite the videotape of Biden bragging about his threats to
Ukraine, they want us to believe that the vice president didn’t really mean what he actually did
You know who the real whistleblower is here? Donald J. Trump. Whatever happened to “If You
See Something, Say Something.”
The new version of that, per Adam Schiff, is “If You Don’t See Something, Just Make It Up.”
(Check out Howie’s latest Dirty Rats podcasts at howiecarrshow.com.)