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Adam Schiff Caught Doctoring January 6th Text Messages


Adam Schiff is a poster child for D.C. duplicity….

The Congressman from California represents everything people have come to know and to hate about America’s political establishment, and this story simply serves as evidence why.

According to an investigation conducted by The Federalist, Schiff allegedly doctored text messages relating to January 6th between Mark Meadows and Rep. Jim Jordan.

We are not talking about mere misrepresentation or taking things out of context here—though Schiff is guilty of these things as well….

We are talking about the outright doctoring of messages—which in my opinion is far worse.

Let’s take a look at what the investigation found:

The Federalist revealed:

Not only did Schiff lie about the substance of the text message and its source, he even doctored the message and graphic that he displayed on screen during his statement.

The full text message, which was forwarded to Meadows from Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, on the evening of Monday, Jan. 5, was significantly longer than what Schiff read and put on screen, but Schiff erased significant portions of the text and added punctuation where there was none to give the impression that Jordan himself was tersely directing Meadows to give orders to Pence on how to handle the electoral vote certification.



CNN is of course toeing the line of the establishment in relation to these recent developments:

Rep. Adam Schiff, another California Democrat on the committee, read a text from an unknown number that applauded the potential appointment of Jeffery Clark to be acting attorney general while Trump tried to get the Justice Department to support his false claims of election fraud.

Clark was one of the big proponents at the DOJ who was pushing to use the power of the department to investigate unfounded claims of voter fraud, but he was rebuffed by the department’s leaders.


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