Schiff claims AG Bill Barr was misleading with 'blatantly false statement'

September 7, 2020 / 1.9K views

This coming from Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff is quite ironic considering his history. Schiff made a bold suggestion on Attorney General William Barr's claim that China is a bigger threat to election security than Russia is a "blatantly false statement."

The Hill also stated: 

House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday accused Attorney General William Barr of lying when he said China posed the greatest threat to U.S. elections this year. “That’s just a plain false statement by the attorney general, a flat-out false statement,” Schiff said in an interview with CNN. “What Bill Barr just did in that statement was just flat-out mislead the American people.” The comments from Schiff came just days after Barr was asked about U.S. intelligence noting that Russia, China and Iran are seeking to interfere in the 2020 elections. Asked whose meddling efforts were the most aggressive, Barr said the intelligence he’d seen showed it was China. However, he said he could not divulge details regarding that conclusion. Schiff rejected Barr’s remarks, saying it was “such a disservice to the country that we can’t trust our own attorney general.” “But apparently Bill Barr is willing to do anything or say anything to help Donald Trump,” he said.

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Source: thehill / Last Edited by: Frank the Tank

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