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Adam Schiff

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[[File:Schiff in Ukraine.jpg|left|300px|thumb|Schiff's staff colluded with Ukrainians the week of August 23 to August 31, 2019. While in Ukraine on the taxpayer dime digging up dirt from foreigners on his enemies to influence the 2020 election, Schiff tweets on August 28 about Trump and Giuliani, kicking off [[Deep State coup 2.0]].]]
{{Main article|Ukrainian collusion}}
In 2014 Schiff has colluded with pushed for the U.S. to arm Ukrainian [[Ukrainianneo-nazi]] s in defiance of [[President Obama]]’s reluctance to do so.<ref></ref> Ukrainian arms dealer merchant, [[Igor Pasternak]] at at made several fundraisersdeals with the Ukrainian government to sell his airships to conduct surveillance.<ref></ref> Pasternak hosted a fundraiser for Schiff with a $2,500 per head admission fee.<ref></ref>
A [[whistleblower]] complaint by [[Eric Ciaramella]] addressed to Sen. [[Richard Burr]] of the [[Senate Intelligence Committee]] and Adam Schiff was marked "urgent concern" alleging collusion between President Trump and [[President Zelensky]] of Ukraine.<ref></ref> The [[Intelligence community]] Inspector General (ISIG) and Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) determined the complaint was not of "urgent concern" and [[DNI]] James McGuire acted properly.<ref></ref> The Dept. of Justice Office of Legal Counsel strongly rebuked ICIG [[Michael Atkinson]]’s original granting whistleblower status based on [[hearsay]]. interpretation of his responsibility with the complaint. In the OLC opinion, they point out that Atkinson’s internal justification for accepting the whistleblower complaint was poor legal judgement.
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