Schiff and his phony claims of 'evidence in plain sight' of Russian collusion
Former Rep. Trey Gowdy mocked House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., on Sunday for spreading the narrative in recent weeks that there is "evidence in plain sight" of collusion between President Trump's 2016 campaign and Russia.Schiff appears to be making a bad faith effort to keep the collusion hoax alive in order to harass the President. He has gone from a guy who wanted to "protect Mueller" to saying he didn't do enough. He is an example of the bad faith demonstrated by Democrat politicians pushing the collusion hoax since the election. They have gone from being critical of Trump for not being willing to accept the results of the election before the votes were cast to a party that is not willing to accept the results after the votes were cast.
The Fox News contributor and former federal prosecutor called Schiff a “three-eyed raven” — a reference to a supernatural figure in the “Game of Thrones” series — “who can see things that nobody else can see, says he has evidence, more circumstantial, not quite direct.”
“By the way for those who didn’t go to law school, there’s no such thing. There’s no such thing as evidence that is not circumstantial or direct,” Gowdy told Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures."
Gowdy, who served as chairman of the House Oversight Committee before retiring from Congress at the end of the last term, also accused Schiff of only appearing on networks that are friendly to him and won’t press him on “his bombastic statement completely unsupported by the facts.”