Adam Schiff refuses to admit defeat.
He is still trying to discredit the President, despite having lost the impeachment case.
And all hell broke loose when Adam Schiff revealed one fact about Trump and Roger Stone.
Adam Schiff has made it the goal of his career to remove President Donald Trump from the White House.
Even though he suffered a horrifying defeat in the Senate following a hoax impeachment trial, Schiff still will not admit defeat.
And now, Schiff is attacking Trump for something else: His friendship with Roger Stone.
Former Trump advisor Roger Stone was one of the victims of Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against the President.
Mueller launched a millions of dollars, taxpayer-funded investigation against the President, all based on a lie that he colluded with the Russian government to win the 2016 election.
Stone was just sentenced to 40 months in prison by a federal judge.
The Daily Caller reports:
Stone was sentenced to 40 months in prison in a Washington, D.C. court Thursday on charges related to obstruction and witness tampering. He was originally found guilty in November.
Many are calling for Trump to issue a presidential pardon for Stone.
But those on the left and their cronies are threatening repercussions for the President if he exercises his executive power.
Schiff took to Twitter to speak out against Trump and to rally the left against him.
Roger Stone was found guilty of lying to Congress and threatening a witness.
He did it to cover up for Trump. His sentence is justified.
It should go without saying, but to pardon Stone when his crimes were committed to protect Trump would be a breathtaking act of corruption.
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 20, 2020
It is Trump’s right as President to pardon those he chooses.
President Donald Trump weighed in on the steep prison recommendation Tuesday and said it was a “miscarriage of justice.”
But the media is siding with Schiff and painting Trump as a corrupt leader who abuses his power.
The National Memo reports:
The power of the president to grant pardons as stated in the Constitution is unconditional, as President Donald Trump has observed. But as he prepares to bestow that favor on Roger Stone and perhaps other felons who have protected him, someone should advise him that a corrupt pardon is nevertheless a crime that can be prosecuted, if not overturned.
Thus, Schiff and the other radical members of the left are painting Trump as a President who is only in this position for the power.
But Americans know the truth.
Time and time again, Trump has stood for them against the radical left’s agenda.
An agenda that would be detrimental to the welfare and prosperity of this country and its people.
There is no word yet if Trump will pardon Stone.
But we know that Trump has and will continue to stand against injustice at every turn.