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Re: Schiff Supports Nunes Trump Claim on Surveillance

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O.K. let's not squabble about Breitbatt vs mediamatters, etc. and get to the basics. Is anyone claiming that elements of the Trump campaign were not surveilled or that information gathers was not improperly leaked for political purposes?

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Re: Schiff Supports Nunes Trump Claim on Surveillance

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@jimc91 wrote:

 

READ MORE HERE:

 

 


The READ MORE HERE takes you straight to Brietbart News.

 

Brietbart News is the only place you can find this story.

 

What does that tell you?

 

The attempt to use Brietbart as a resource over and over bespeaks the fact that a legitimate resource could not be found regarding the subject at hand.

 

One might use the the supermarket tabloids for the same purpose.

 

Brietbart is no more legitimate than Weekly World News.......... home to headlines such as:

 

(1) Dick Cheney Is A Robot

(2) Woman Gives Birth To Angel

(3) Bigfoot Kept Lumberjack As Love Slave

 

 

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Breitbart news is not a credible news source and this article has no credibility.  It's funny that Schiff was on CNN today and said nothing close to the garbage in this article.  It's funny that those who yell "FAKE NEWS" the loudest are the one's who keep posting it.

Gee, I miss having a real President!!
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Schiff Supports Nunes Trump Claim on Surveillance

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Adam Schiff’s Weak CNN Interview Supports Nunes, Trump Claims on Surveillance Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, told CNN’s Jake Tapper on State of the Union on Sunday morning that he “can’t say whether anything was masked or unmasked properly” after visiting the White House on Friday to see the same the surveillance documents that committee chair Devin Nunes (R-CA) saw last month.

 

It was an unusually muted response from Schiff, and suggests that the documents substantiate Nunes’ claims that the Obama administration conducted surveillance on members of the Trump transition team, and unmasked the names of U.S. citizens improperly before the intelligence was disseminated throughout the government. He merely said that he did not “agree with the chairman’s characterization” of the documents, but did not elaborate or say Nunes was wrong.

 

Schiff also added that he remained upset that the documents had not been shared with him before Nunes shared them with the White House, and he raised suspicions about the way in which the White House had obtained the information.

 

In addition, Schiff backed off claims he made last month on MSNBC that there was “more than circumstantial” evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. When Tapper asked him point-blank whether there was “collusion,” Schiff said: “I don’t think we can say anything definitively at this point.”

 

Schiff’s failure to contest Nunes’s claims directly, and his refusal to repeat his conclusions about Russian collusion, add subtle support to two arguments: first, the contention by two senior former Obama administration intelligence officials that there is no evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia; and second, the contention by President Donald Trump that he and his team were the victims of improper surveillance and leaks by the outgoing Obama administration.

 

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