Schiff Facing a $16 Million Fine for False Allegations Against Trump

The people who promoted the Russia conspiracy fiction are the subject of additional investigations, now that Special Counsel John Durham’s investigation has been made public.

One of the primary advocates of the untrue assertion that former President Trump worked with the Russian government to sway the results of the presidential election of 2016 was Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA).

There is currently a motion in Congress to censure him for the lies he uttered right after the election.

Schiff in the Hot Seat

A measure designed to punish Schiff with a $16 million fee for his allegations that Trump conspired with Russia in the 2016 election has been presented by Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL).

Per Luna, that totality is nearly equivalent to the expenses of the federal inquiry into the phony conspiracy which was refuted by special counsel findings from Robert Mueller and John Durham.

As a result, Adam Schiff has to be held accountable, the legislator stated in an announcement.

The GOP conference believes that Adam Schiff violated the confidence of the American people, purposefully exploited positions of tremendous influence, and lied consistently.

In light of this, the measure demands Rep. Schiff pay a $16 million fine, which is equal to half of the sum that American taxpayers were compelled to pony up to pay for the Russia probe.

In line with Luna’s assertion, the resolution charges Schiff with abandoning the confidence of the American people, willfully misusing his power, and persistently lying about Trump’s nonexistent ties to the Kremlin.

Last Monday, Luna presented a new resolution to remove Schiff from Congress.

Schiff Held Accountable

Schiff ought to be made responsible and that much is certain.

Concerning Trump’s alleged collaboration with Russia during the 2016 election, Schiff displayed a pattern of dishonest behavior and misleading statements.

Due to Schiff’s ongoing propagation of a false story without supplying the assurance of evidence, a penalty and expulsion are unquestionably merited.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.