(ThePatriotSource.com) – If you hadn’t heard enough from Adam Schiff during the impeachment trial, you might want to tune into his latest lot of crazy talking points.
As the final vote by the U.S. Senate on the impeachment trial looms, Adam Schiff has made the outrageous claim that President Trump might offer to sell Alaska to the Russians in exchange for helping him win the next election.
The House Manager for the Democrats has made every possible unhinged argument against President Trump you could think of. He reached out to woke social justice warriors by referring to America as a “she” and told senators that Trump was goliath and, if they vote the right way, they could be David. The whole thing has been one giant farce, but Schiff knows that the chances of Trump being removed from office as a result of a Senate vote are slim-to-none.
Now, as we enter the final stages, he’s pulling out the big guns. During a speech, he made the extraordinary claim that the president would sell Alaska and even allow Jared Kushner to run the country for four years. Perhaps even more outrageously, he said that he would delegate the responsibility of choosing when to go to war to his son-in-law.
If Trump isn’t removed he “could offer Alaska to the Russians in exchange for support in the next election or decide to move to Mar-a-Lago permanently and leave Jared Kushner to run the country, delegating to him the decision whether they go to war.” pic.twitter.com/VBzkonqpmH
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 3, 2020
Schiff knows that this is make or break. The decision to impeach the president has proven terrible for the Democrats, and polls put Trump at higher approval ratingsthan Obama at the same point in his presidency. That’s why he has gone to this extreme in the hope that people might believe there is a case to impeach the president, despite there being no evidence not just of Trump having committed a crime, but even of having done something wrong.
“But this has become the president’s defense, and yet this defense proved indefensible. If abuse of power is not impeachable, even though it is clear the founders considered it the highest of all high crimes and misdemeanors, but if it were not impeachable then a whole range of utterly unacceptable conduct in a president would not be beyond reach. Trump could offer Alaska to the Russians in exchange for support in the next election or decide to move to Mar a Lago permanently and let Jared Kushner run the country, delegating to him the decision whether to go to war. Because those things are not necessarily criminal, this argument would allow that he could not be impeached for such abuses of power. Of course, this would be absurd, more than absurd it would be dangerous.”