Everything Adam Schiff has been involved with throughout the entire impeachment process has been nothing but disgraceful.

He has held secret depositions in the Capitol sub-basement and even created a false transcript of the infamous phone call between President Trump and Ukraine President Zelensky on July 25th.

Now Schiff's most recent stunt looks like it is going to backfire after they changed the rules in their favor. This may actually make the case against Donald Trump weaker and thereby increase his chances of being re-elected because Americans see right through this sham.

According to the new rule put forward by Schiff, Democratic members of the committee have only 24 hours to read and sign off on his report that recommends the articles of impeachment against President Trump. Just in time for the first hearing in Nadler’s committee. These reports include claims of “collusion” with Russia as well as Ukraine.

As Breitbart News reported Friday, House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler has previewed the report, and suggested it will include claims of “collusion” with Russia — as well as Ukraine, Russia’s enemy.

And as reported Saturday, Schiff will provide the full report to committee members on Monday, who must sign off on Tuesday in time for the first hearing in Nadler’s committee on Wednesday, which will discuss the supposed constitutional and legal basis for impeachment.

It is a foregone conclusion that Democrats will sign off on Schiff’s report. Evidence does not seem to be the top priority for Democrats: a majority favored an impeachment inquiry by August 1, eleven days before the so-called “whistleblower” sent a letter to Schiff complaining about Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky.

Democrats have had far too much control in this entire inquiry and it has been dragged. Throw in the secret hearings, crazy made-up rules, and everything else.

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