BREAKING: House Intel Committee Votes Unanimously to Release Dem Spin Memo – Schiff Spreads More Lies (VIDEO)

On Monday, suspected leaker Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) announced the House Intel Committee voted unanimously to release the Democrat spin memo.

The Democrats penned a 10-page memo in response to Nunes’ damning 4-page FISA memo which was released Friday.

Suspected leaker Adam Schiff was happy to announce the House Intel Committee voted unanimously to release the Dem junk memo.

Schiff once again lied and said Republicans were trying to hide the Dem spin memo even though it was simply going through the same process as Nunes’ memo.

“The vote to release this was unanimous to release this. I think the Republican members understood that after calling for full transparency they were getting hammered over the course of the week for trying to hide the minority response,” Adam Schiff said lying once again about the process.

Nobody was trying to hide the Dem response. No wonder why President Trump called Schiff one of the biggest liars and leakers in Washington D.C.

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Schiff said his junk Dem memo will help inform the public of the “distortions and inaccuracies” in Nunes’ memo.

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Leaker Adam Schiff gave us a sneak peek of what the Dems will probably push in their junk memo-PAPADOPOULOS.

After the FISA memo was released on Friday Trump said there was no Russian collusion and the FISA memo vindicated him.

Schiff responded, “Quite the opposite, Mr. President. The most important fact disclosed in this otherwise shoddy memo was that FBI investigation began July 2016 with your advisor, Papadopoulos, who was secretly discussing stolen Clinton emails with the Russians.”

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