Adam Schiff in panic mode after John Durham just revealed his darkest secrets.

A new piece of information from the John Durham investigation seems to surface every day. According to new information, Adam Schiff’s involvement in the Russia Collusion Hoax started in July of that year. Durham was able to obtain an email that shows Schiff’s connection to Fusion GPS and his dissemination of false information about Carter Page.

Schiff appeared every night, most frequently on CNN, which is regarded as the cable news network with the worst reputation. Despite fierce competition within his party, Adam Schiff emerged as the biggest liar in Congress by making statements that gave the impression that the accusations against President Trump were supported by evidence. He would say things that gave the impression that the allegations against President Trump were supported by evidence. He later produced a report on the fraud, which ultimately turned out to be entirely false.

A sizable amount of information pertaining to Schiff’s FISA memo was provided to us in December. This information included unequivocal evidence that Schiff’s report was a complete fabrication—it was a fraud—from the Obama-appointed DOJ IG. The Obama administration provided us with this information. The memos that were written by Nunes and Schiff were compared by Mollie Hemingway of the Federalist when the report from the DOJ Inspector General was made public. Hemingway looked into the data that was available regarding the FISA warrant that was used to spy on Carter Page, and consequently on the candidate and president Trump.

The new inspector general report on FISA abuse has put an end to the dispute between Republicans and Democrats on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Both groups circulated memos about the Department of Justice’s efforts to obtain a warrant to wiretap Carter Page.

The media applauded Democratic Representative Adam Schiff and his memo at the time of its release, while defaming Republican Representative Devin Nunes and his memo. A little over one and a half years later, the inspector general’s report defends the Nunes memo while revealing that the Schiff memo was full of exaggerations and false claims.

Adam Schiff received no punishment for consistently disseminating false information, of which he had to be aware.