.@RepAdamSchiff is unsympathetic to Carter Page, telling @FiringLineShow that Page “denied things that we knew were true” in testimony, admitted to being an advisor to the Kremlin & “was apparently both targeted by the KGB, but also talking to the United States and its agencies." pic.twitter.com/GkjdGQZWLV
— Firing Line with Margaret Hoover (@FiringLineShow) December 20, 2019
Schiff is such scum. He knew there was abuse of Page and others but falsely continued to say there wasn’t.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) on Friday told PBS News’ Margaret Hoover that it is hard to feel sympathetic for former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, even though he was the victim of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) application abuse.
When the FBI obtained their warrant to spy on Page and the Trump campaign, their FISA application failed to mention that Page was working with the CIA. Whenever he would meet with the Russians, he would report back to the CIA about the conversations and dealings that took place. Conveniently enough, that information was omitted from the FISA warrant application.
Page has said the intelligence community spying on him has “ruined his good name” and that he will “never completely have his name restored,” even though we know this abuse took place.