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    Adam Schiff Tag

    UPDATE: Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell told Schiff the materials are ready for release. If Schiff does not do it then Grenell will release the materials:
    Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has sent a letter to chairman Adam Schiff notifying him that transcripts of all 53 interviews, over 6,000 pages in all, have been cleared for public release. "All of the transcripts, with our required redactions, can be released to the public without any concerns of disclosing classified material," Grenell wrote to Schiff in a letter dated May 4.

    House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is slowly becoming the main reason why I want the Republicans to take over the House. The man cannot stop his power trips. Schiff wrote a letter to acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell about reorganizing the intelligence community. Grenell said Schiff leaked the letter to the press before giving it to him.

    With any luck, by this time tomorrow night, the Schiff circus will have ended its run in the Senate with a vote not to allow Democrats to 'Kavanaugh' the hearings. Perhaps there also will be a vote to end the impeachment trial in its entirely, by dismissal or verdict.

    I was traveling much of this week, so I didn't watch that much of the Democrats' presentation of their case in the Senate impeachment trial. I saw bits and pieces, and checked in from time to time on Twitter. The dominant presence was Adam Schiff. It seemed that almost every time I turned on the TV, he was talking and talking and talking.

    Mitch McConnell released a resolution to be introduced Tuesday that sets the schedule for the Senate impeachment trial. (Trying not to laugh) The proceedings will start at 1 p.m. each day (to accommodate the Chief Justice's day job schedule), and go for 12 hours. Rinse and repeat. Whoever said Mitch McConnell doesn't have a sense of humor?
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