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Adam Schiff Claims Russia Plotted to Get Americans to Kill Each Other During 2016 Election

Little Adam Schiff can sure cook up some really big conspiracy theories.

Now we know why he’s always engaged in that super-intense stare – because he sees Russians, Russians everywhere!

Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, concocted a conspiracy theory so wild, it would have made any self-respecting paranoid individual take off their tin foil hat in shame.

Schiff believes that Russians were promoting the Second Amendment during the 2016 election as a means to have Americans kill each other.

No seriously, he said that.

“They also trumpeted the Second Amendment,” Schiff said in regards to Russian efforts to meddle in the 2016 election. “Apparently, the Russians are very big fans of our Second Amendment.”

“They don’t particularly want a Second Amendment of their own, but they’re really glad that we have one,” he claimed. “The Russians would be thrilled if we were doing nothing but killing each other every day, and sadly we are.”

Are the Democrats currently running a contest to see who can say the stupidest thing possible?

If so, Schiff has two very serious contenders in the race right now. One, this ‘Russia supports the Second Amendment as a means to kill Americans’ effort. And two, he recently tried to convince people that Republicans releasing the controversial FISA memo would lead to another Oklahoma City-style bombing.

“I think at the heart of the department’s concern is if you have a neighbor who’s buying fertilizer, lots of fertilizer, but has no yard and you have concerns about it and you want to call the FBI,” Schiff opined, “you’re now going to wonder is that FBI going to hold my name in confidence or this information in confidence?”

“What if this becomes politicized, sources are going to dry up because of what the Republicans on this committee are doing now,” he added.

Rep. Trey Gowdy recently blasted Schiff for being “consistently wrong when it comes to issues of disclosure.”

That should now be amended to Schiff is just plain ol’ “consistently wrong.”

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