Former President Donald J. Trump has no problem calling a spade a spade, which is evident in his latest incendiary commentary regarding Democrat Representative Adam Schiff.
Schiff’s latest shameful antics include claiming that Trump was directly involved in a fake electors scheme, which Trump blasted as yet another “hoax” during an interview with “Eric
Bolling The Balance.”
“This is a new one,” Trump remarked resignedly, “this is yet another hoax, and it’s the same people.”
In other words, hardly anything new under the sun as far as Trump’s enemies are concerned, given their breathtaking lack of originality in varied accusations.
“It’s the same exact people,” Trump reaffirmed with emphasis, “It’s [Schiff] and his little group, and it’s a shame … [It really is] a shame.”
Trump also noted that Schiff’s antics are not only shameful, but that they are also “dangerous,” given that they themselves routinely avoid culpability for virtually all their deceptive actions.
“These [people] are very dangerous,” Trump asserted, adding that they are the ones who “should be [subject to investigation.”
The former president also mocked the January 6 Committee as the “unselect committee.”
Trump reminded his audience that Schiff widely promulgated the Russia collusion claim, which has since been proven to be a total and complete hoax.
“Remember, [Schiff] said, ‘Oh, I have all the information about Russia,’” Trump continued, “Turned out to be a total scam.”
“It’s a shame … that these people are allowed to [keep doing] this,” Trump added, indirectly blasting the media that has long aided and abetted such pitiable efforts to destroy him.
“We did nothing wrong,” Trump declared in reference to legitimate protests over highly questionable election results, in which Biden mysteriously received multiple million more votes than legendary media idol Obama.
Trump also had no qualms calling out the biggest elephant in the room: House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, who declined to have a larger police presence at Capitol Hill on January 6.
However, Pelosi’s dereliction of duty has yet to be addressed by the January 6 Committee.