Liar Schiff: Trump ‘Probably’ Has a Mental Health Problem

Liar Schiff: Trump ‘Probably’ Has a Mental Health Problem

December 30, 2022

Thursday on MSNBC’s All In, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) declared former President Trump “probably does” have a mental health problem.

Schiff said, “We’ve demonstrated just how culpable the former president was in every step of this scheme. You know, you’re right. There are some who would belittle his misconduct by saying, well, you know, he’s acting like a petulant child, or he doesn’t know any better. He’s a nontraditional politician. This is just Trump being Trump. Well, you know, that might have worked in the very beginning when he was breaking down norm after norm. People maintained it either when he sought Russia’s help in his first election and lied about it to cover it up. They excuse it and said if it was Trump being Trump when he tried to extort President Zelensky by withdrawing military aid to get him, to help him smear his opponent in his next election. And even now, there is an attempt by some to minimize his incitement of a violent attack on our democracy and his persistent efforts for multiple lines of effort to overturn the election. There is no excusing any of that. You can’t excuse it by saying that he’s, you know, an amateur, petulant child. You can’t excuse it by saying that he is a mental health problem, although he probably does.”

As usual, there isn’t a shred of truth to anything Schiff said. There was no Russian election collusion — even the Democrats’ 2+ year investigation concluded as much. There was no extortion of President Zelensky. Trump demonstrably did not incite violence on January 6, and indeed, there was no “violent attack on our democracy.” Furthermore, Schiff’s shameful suggestion that Trump has a “mental health problem” has no basis in fact at all. But facts are irrelevant to Democrat messaging.

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