Adam Schiff was caught red handed committing a crime that left Devin Nunes red with rage

Adam Schiff crossed an unthinkable line that’s hard to imagine anywhere but Soviet Russia.

The House Intelligence Committee Chairman will go to any length to bring down Donald Trump.

But now that’s all in jeopardy because Adam Schiff got caught red handed committing this crime that left Devin Nunes red with rage.

The Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released their 300-page report detailing their fabricated and hoax allegations that Donald Trump committed impeachable offenses.

Schiff’s report was a bore and joke that read like the insane ramblings of people who make crazy collages on their walls with news clippings and attach strings to “prove” the lunatic fringe conspiracy theories they are invested in.

However, the report did contain one potential abuse of power and violation of civil liberties – and that was the shocking revelation that Schiff subpoenaed phone records for Congressman Devin Nunes, Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani and journalist John Solomon.

Nunes was outraged and threatened to take whatever legal action was available to him.

Breitbart reports:

Yes and no — and I’m not being wishy-washy here. We got the — he [Schiff] has to inform us of a subpoena. He informed us, showed us the subpoena on September 30th. They were random numbers — there were five random numbers. We didn’t know what the hell these numbers were about. So we didn’t know what they were working on — they don’t have to tell us what they are working on. And then, middle of November, just a few weeks ago, we get three thousand pages of phone records. What the hell is this, right? No names associated with the numbers. And so still, today, we don’t know who al live of those numbers belong to. The only reason I know about the one number is because I have Rudy Giuliani’s personal cell phone number. And so then they were able to get all the calls that I had with Rudy Giuliani, which — I mean, the joke is, I had, like, three calls with Rudy Giuliani — and then they used it to smear me in their report, again , that somehow Rudy Giuliani and I were conspiring to get an ambassador fired — an ambassador who I hadn’t even heard of until they brought her in a few weeks ago. It’s just nutty stuff.

Levin noted that the Democrats had also spied on Nunes’s staff and investigative reporter John Solomon.

Nunes responded:
I’m going to be looking for all my legal options on this, too. I mean, my civil liberties were violated here. … Adam Schiff, just because he’s chairman, doesn’t have the right to go subpoena — put a big fishing net out there — go grab a bunch of phone numbers, and have AT&T give you all the people they’ve talked to, and then him smear me and say, “Oh, he had all these conversations with Rudy Giuliani.”

The invasion of privacy and Soviet-style secret police tactics on display are appalling.

Schiff spied on his political opponents and released the information he gathered to smear them in an official government report.

Critics contend that should not happen in America and that what Schiff did took the country down a dark path where threatening and intimidating journalists and political opponents become normal.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.