On Monday “shifty Schiff” attempted to pull a fast one by announcing in advance his star witness, a former adviser at the White House named Fiona Hill.
The highly anticipated adviser was given preferential treatment by Chairman Schiff, testifying behind closed doors suggesting that she had something worthwhile to offer, in terms of incriminating evidence against the President.
However the charade was quickly revealed as yet another Schiff hoax, in that this so-called “star witness” has more then a few credibility issues of her own regarding why she was even asked to testify, in light of the fact she no longer worked at the White House during the infamous July 25th phone call with the Ukrainian President, moreover had no “first-hand” knowledge of the call.
To make matters even more interesting Hill worked for Nazi collaborator billionaire George Soros-funded Open Society Institute for 6 years. Even more problematic is the growing public perception regarding the secrecy of the hearings and Hills leftist writings within questionable publications along with her ties to characters like Joseph Mifsud, Christopher Steele, Bruce, and Nellie Ohr, all of whom conspired to take down the President, and are currently under investigation by the Justice Department.
Yet for some reason Schiff thought it wise to call someone with a preconceived bias and with no actual knowledge of the July 25th phone call and interview her behind closed doors for nearly 11-hours, giving the general public along with the media the illusion that something relevant was taking place, while in actuality it was all a scam.
To better understand why “shifty Schiff” used Hill as a conduit to his impeachment probe is to understand what makes the man tick. In that Schiff is a devious and treacherous individual, who uses snippets of innocuous information to weave a storyline similar to his false parody of the Presidents actual phone call on July 25th, hoping that distracted and ill-informed voters will believe what he’s throwing out…it’s all about perception, void of actual facts.
Where he suddenly announces that we no longer need the whistleblower, who supposedly came forward against the President. That scenario eliminates the whistleblower from being cross-examined, as to who actually wrote the complaint and how involved was “shifty Schiff in orchestrating this thing.
As for Hill, she was outed in 2017 by embattled political consultant and former adviser to the President Roger Stone, as a deep state operative, working against the interests of the White House, working as a Soros’ mole under the supervision of former NSA adviser H.R. McMaster.
Moreover, Hill may, in fact, be the “alleged second whistleblower” totted by Schiff.
It’s also worth recording that all of these characters, including Congressmen Schiff share a common benefactor, BILLIONAIRE GEORGE SOROS.
Rep. Adam Schiff’s rise to power within the Democratic Party is the result of George Soros’ money bankrolling Schiff’s political career through extremist organizations like MoveOn.org.
Soros money has filtered throughout Schiff’s political career as illustrated by the Toll Fellowship award which is sponsored by the Council of State Governments, a nonprofit that monitors federal government activities and is heavily financed by Soros’s Open Society Foundations.
Schiff later acknowledged that the Toll Fellowship “helped me identify my own leadership strengths, work more effectively with my colleagues and strengthen my relationship with the media.”
The Council of State Governments, which sponsors the Toll Fellowship, is heavily financed by Soros. The Open Society provided the group with $320,000 in 2003; $1 million in 2004, and another $100,000 that same year.
Another Soros funded project introduced by Schiff in 2009 was the Criminal Justice Reinvestment Act, described by Schiff as providing “grants to state and local governments to design and advance data-driven, consensus-based strategies to reduce corrections spending and increase public safety.”
The Open Society and Soros-funded groups have additionally supported a number of Schiff’s legislative efforts.
In largely forgotten history, Schiff’s 2000 Congressional campaign against Republican incumbent Jim Rogan was openly aided by MoveOn.org.
On January 1st, 2000, the Wall Street Journal reported on the radical group’s fundraising efforts for Schiff. The Congressional seat was particularly important since Rogan had gained fame after he was selected to be one of thirteen House Managers in the 1998 impeachment case of Bill Clinton. Rogan was supportive of Clinton’s impeachment and became a hero in the Republican Party.
The direct influence by Soros pulling the strings behind the curtain is evident concerning Schiff’s attempt to impeach the President.