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Adam Schiff might want to invest in a couple of cases of antiperspirant, because he’s going to be doing some heavy sweating the next few nights.

Acting DNI Richard Grennell has signaling that he’s going to release a trove of documents that further implicate the Congressman’s lying about Donald Trump. This comes on the heels of Schiff being forced to release prior transcripts that showed he wasn’t telling the truth when he made statements over the past years about having “more than circumstantial” evidence of Russian collusion.

President Trump’s top spy chief reportedly has a “satchel” of documents related to the Russia investigation that could be released as early as Friday.

After the House Intelligence Committee released dozens of witness transcripts from its investigation into Russian election interference on Thursday, Fox News chief White House correspondent Ed Henry reported two sources told him acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell is prepared to unveil additional documents that will show how Chairman Adam Schiff and other investigators “knew for a long time there was no collusion” between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin “even though they kept saying they had direct evidence.”

Grennell has made the threat, now he needs to deliver. For too long, we’ve been strung along with promises of declassification that never happen. To Grennell’s credit, he did force Schiff’s hand on the House transcripts. Perhaps that’s the play here as well? Schiff is obviously sitting on more material, including stuff from the Ukraine investigation, which needs to be shown. The secrecy with which he’s operated simply unacceptable.

So what’s in this trove? I suspect there are communications between Schiff and staff that show their thought process. I also suspect there are more transcripts out there that show the case for collusion was dead from the beginning. But the really big smoking gun would be proof of leaks, which we know have come from Schiff’s office continually.

Regardless, it’s long past time for all this to be made public. We know Schiff was lying for years and the more evidence of that which piles up, the less the media and the left can ignore it. This is corruption at levels rarely seen and people need to pay a price, political or otherwise.

 

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