Sorry, But Adam Schiff DOES Need to “Pay a Price” for This Coup
President Donald Trump, who possesses the ability to send liberals running for their smelling salts with the greatest of ease, sent a couple of tweets on Sunday that had Democrats in (another) tizzy. Railing against the ludicrous impeachment coup currently unraveling in the Senate, Trump blasted House Impeachment Manager Adam Schiff in such a way that the California lawmaker decided that he’d been “threatened.”
“The Impeachment Hoax is a massive election interference the likes of which has never been seen before. In just two hours the Radical Left, Do Nothing Democrats have seen their phony case absolutely shredded,” Trump tweeted. “Shifty is now exposed for illegally making up my phone call, & more!”
He followed that up with: “Shifty Adam Schiff is a CORRUPT POLITICIAN, and probably a very sick man. He has not paid the price, yet, for what he has done to our Country!”
All 100% true.
But Schiff, who is prone to exaggeration, told NBC’s Chuck Todd that he is now vewwy, vewwwy afwaid.
“Look at the president’s tweets about me today saying I should pay a price—” Schiff said.
“Do you take that as a threat?” Todd asked.
“I think it’s intended to be,” Schiff said.
Yeah, Adam. You and the whistleblower and Yovanovich and half the reporters in the liberal media: A bunch of doofuses whose lives have been “endangered” by this president. Just to be safe, you should hook up with Alexander Vindman, Nancy Pelosi, Alec Baldwin, and the cast of Hamilton, go in together on a steel underground bunker, and wait it out until the heat dies down. We’d say you’ll be safe to come out and sniff the air in, oh, fifteen years or so. Eh, make it twenty, just to be on the safe side.
“The president has a tendency to say things that seem threatening to people,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, one of the other impeachment managers who spent last week lying to the Senate. “He really ought to get a grip and be a little more presidential.”
You know what, Zoe, you’re right. And we can’t think of a better politician for Trump to take lessons from than House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: