Trump Slams "Biggest Liar" Schiff, Praises "Great American Hero" Nunes

Update 1045ET: Trump ignored Schiff's response but continued the memo rhetoric escalation by praising Devin Nunes as "a man of tremendous courage and grit, may someday be recognized as a Great American Hero for what he has exposed and what he has had to endure!"

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Update 0910ET: Rep. Schiff was quick to respond to the president with his own tweet:

"Mr. President, I see you’ve had a busy morning of “Executive Time.” Instead of tweeting false smears, the American people would appreciate it if you turned off the TV and helped solve the funding crisis, protected Dreamers or...really anything else."

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Having spent the weekend accusing Russians of pushing the 2nd Amendment so that Americans kill each other, expressing his disgusts at the release of the GOP's memo (and its potential to do real harm and expose 'methods') while also pushing for the release of the Democrats' memo, and potentially leaking "confidential" information, California Congressman Adam Schiff has finally made it to the top of President Trump's shit-list.

“Adam (Schiff) leaves closed committee hearings to illegally leak confidential information. Must be stopped!” Trump wrote in a post on Twitter.

But that was not all, Trump accused the Congressman of being "one of the biggest liars and leakers in Washington," which is a major achievement amid that swamp.

We suspect Maxine Waters will turn up the madness to 11 now.


Looney Mon, 02/05/2018 - 08:29 Permalink


Adam leaves closed committee hearings to illegally leak confidential information.

Adam Schiff leaks like a bad diaper. How difficult is it to catch the fucker in the act and throw his ass in prison, right next to Jon Corzine and Crooked Hillary? Oh, wait…


CuttingEdge mtl4 Mon, 02/05/2018 - 08:44 Permalink


So according to Schifty, the FISA court was well aware the dossier was politically motivated...


No one has yet started asking which brainless cunt on the FISA court rubber stamped the application. Or maybe, just maybe, the court is staffed with batshit crazy 9th circuit judges who are corrupt and enabling such as a dogshit piece of intelligence would require to pass muster.


Ask who the judges were.

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Count Cherep Dickweed Wang Mon, 02/05/2018 - 14:56 Permalink

Psychopathy is poorly understood by the general public and even by many "mental health professionals", and that can be a serious and potentially fatal lack of education for anyone who has had to deal with a psychopath, and most people probably have done so without even realizing it. 

Here are some resources to help remedy that lack of information:

Psychopathy: Is It In Their Eyes?

Psychopathyawareness's Blog




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Count Cherep eatthebanksters Mon, 02/05/2018 - 22:32 Permalink

Whether someone is a sociopath or a psychopath is a matter of semantics.

Psychopathyawareness's Blog

Tip-off trait of a sociopath

Look for the pity play

Is there any mannerism, any type of behavior, any use of language, that can identify a sociopath?

According to Martha Stout, Ph.D., author of The Sociopath Next Door, the best clue that you are dealing with a sociopath is the pity play.

“The most reliable sign, the most universal behavior of unscrupulous people is not directed, as one might imagine, at our fearfulness,” Stout says. “It is, perversely, an appeal to our sympathy.”

The combination of consistently bad or inadequate behavior and frequent pity plays, Stout continues, is the closest thing to a warning you’ll ever get that you are being manipulated by a sociopath.

Sociopath manipulation techniques

In her book, Stout also describes other techniques that a shameless sociopath will use to keep the rest of us in line. They are:

  1. Charm
  2. Risk-taking, and convincing others to do it with them
  3. Recognizing a person who is decent and trusting—the perfect target
  4. Sexual seduction
  5. Crocodile tears—especially when sociopaths are about to be confronted
  6. Righteous indignation—Plan B when sociopaths are about to be confronted
  7. Exploiting social and professional roles
  8. Gaslighting—making victims doubt their own perceptions

The term “gaslighting” comes from a 1944 movie called Gaslight, in which gold-digging husband marries a rich, innocent woman and tries to make her feel like she is going insane. Sociopaths are experts at it.

For a sociopath, winning is all

A sociopath has no conscience, no emotional attachment to others, and no ability to love. For a sociopath, Stout says, “life is reduced to a contest, and other human beings seem to be nothing more than game pieces, to be moved about, used as shields or ejected.”

So what does a sociopath want? According to Stout, a sociopath wants only to win.


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MK ULTRA Alpha Never One Roach Mon, 02/05/2018 - 10:14 Permalink

From what Schiff has said, he's either nuts, or he's lying. Everything he has told the nation is the opposite of reality, opposite from the truth. But this photo proves he's mentally ill dangerous, a danger to the nation, his state and his fellow congressmen and congresswomen. He could go off, just like Comey is going suicidal.

Again, he's either mentally ill or has no honor for what he has done to our nation.

It's not good for our nation to have so many whacked out fruit cakes in charge of us.

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Stan522 GUS100CORRINA Mon, 02/05/2018 - 11:52 Permalink

Need to consider motivation here.....

Imagine if what we believe is true all becomes true....

He has to do EVERYTHING in his power to make sure all that gets disclosed is marginalized and refuted every step of the way including lying. The devilcRAT party will be finished once this all breaks out. We already know they're broke. It will look similar to the republican party after Richard Nixon resigned due to the Watergate scandal....

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New_Meat CuttingEdge Mon, 02/05/2018 - 08:58 Permalink

This is why Muller must continue to stumble and bumble his way through the shit-show.  The more caterwauling that happens, the more self-revealing the fraud and abuses become.

Now we're opening up the Star Chamber of the FISA Court and the (appointed-by-who?) judges.  Next up, someone will ask that famous song line: "How long has this been going on?"

And the more schadenfreude for us all.

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