Get a load of what Schiff had to say…
UPDATE: June 28, 2022: It has now been learned that Democrat Adam Schiff has changed his narrative regarding his attempt to indict former President Donald Trump and now says that it would be a “difficult decision” for the Justice Department to prosecute Trump.
Furthermore during a new interview with NBC, Schiff even went as far as admitting, “I have yet to see any indication that the former president himself is under investigation.”
During a recent interview with CNN, Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff attempted to further attack former President Donald Trump and said that he believes the House Select Committee investigating the riot has enough evidence to claim Trump committed multiple criminal acts.
In transcript provided by Breitbart, Schiff stated, “Our mission is to expose the facts to the public light about a plot to overturn a presidential election, the first non-peaceful transfer of power we’ve had in our history, and prescribe remedies, legislative remedies to protect our country going forward. The principal mission of the Justice Department is to bring people to justice who break the law. We can make a referral, but of course, the Justice Department doesn’t sit around waiting for referrals from us, at least, they haven’t in the past. I hope they’re not simply waiting for us now. It’s their duty to follow the evidence and, if there are credible allegations of crime, to pursue them against anyone, including former presidents.”
CNN’s Don Lemon then responded, “If they shouldn’t be waiting, do you find at least in what you know enough credible evidence for the Justice Department to act at this moment?”
Schiff replied, “I certainly believe there’s enough evidence for them to open an investigation of several people, and so did Judge David Carter of California believes the former president and others were engaged in likely multiple criminal acts. So if the Justice Department concurs with Judge Carter, let alone my own view or others, they should be pursuing that. So, yes, I think there is sufficient evidence to open an investigation. It would be of you up to the Justice Department ultimately to decide does that evidence rise to proof beyond a reasonable doubt such that they’re comfortable indicting someone. But there’s certainly, in my view, enough evidence to open up investigations.”