Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is working overtime to try to protect the moves he made during the impeachment process.
After a lawsuit was filed by Judicial Watch to get subpoenas for phone records released, general counsel for the Democrat-led House is fighting tooth and nail to keep them secret.
Protecting the Coup
The longer the impeachment went on, the more Americans believed that Schiff was up to no good.
One of the more controversial things Schiff did was secure phone records on various people with some rather secretive subpoenas.
If you remember, there were allegedly even members of the media that were involved in this.
There was significant outrage over this, but Schiff and his attorneys are doing their best to continue to keep these records classified.
Per the report, “The publication of the private phone records of Giuliani, Congressman Devin Nunes, journalist John Solomon, Trump attorney Jay Sekulow, attorney Victoria Toensing, and other American citizens.”
After the Judicial Watch suit was filed, House general counsel stated, “these requests and subpoenas were integral to the Committee’s inquiry and consistent with its mandate to investigate and issue a report.”
Judicial Watch argued, “The records are of critical public importance as the subpoenas were issued without any lawful basis and violated the rights of numerous private citizens.”
It further stated, “disclosure of the requested records would serve the public interest by providing information about the unlawful issuance of the subpoenas” and “the requested records fall within the scope of the public’s right of access to governmental records.”
We Need to Know
The American people have a right to know what happened throughout this process.
Was our president impeached for political reasons or legitimate reasons?
When we look at the information we have already seen, such as the Mueller report and the Inspector General report, it seems like this was a concocted scheme to take over the White House.
When you have a biased investigative team eliminating and manipulating information specifically to prolong these investigations, how can anyone view that as being appropriate?
Now, I don’t know about you, but that sounds awfully shady to me.