Shifty Schiff goes off on McCarthy as an imaginary 9/11 denier


Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said on Monday that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., would have denied the Sep. 11th terrorist attacks happened if it meant stopping a commission investigating his party.

“Had Kevin McCarthy been the leader then, there would have been no 9/11 commission. There would have been an effort to persuade the country that it didn’t happen, or it’s overblown, or who knows what the explanation would have been,” he said on CNN with Anderson Cooper of tea bagging fame.

When these hyperbolic politicians compare 9/11 to J6 where the only person killed was at the hands of a police officer, it outrages 9/11 victims’ families.

Host Anderson Cooper set it up. He said the “amount of bipartisan attention that was rightfully paid to” the terror attack, isn’t getting the same bipartisan focus as 9/11.

Schiff jumped on it, claiming if McCarthy had been leader during the 9/11 attack, there would have been no investigation.

“But that Republican Party that was willing to do that in 2001 and 2002 is not Donald Trump’s Republican Party,” he declared.

All of this is a fraud, a staged fraud, prepared in advance.

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