One thing one has to give the Democrats credit for, it is their unrelenting effort to achieve their goal. In this case, harassing Donald Trump, his children and grandchildren.
The operative statement in the Democrats plan “apply significant resources” – apparently having spent 45 Million, last I read, was not enough. We can only hope the American people get fed up with this nonsense. Best case scenario at this point. Time to turn the tables on Schiff and investigate his leaks big time.
House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) hired Patrick Fallon, former chief of the FBI’s Financial Crimes Section as he ramps up his investigations into President Trump’s finances.
The Daily Beast and CNN reported that Schiff doesn’t feel Mueller’s probe was robust enough so he hired Patrick Fallon to help enforce his committee’s subpoenas.
This comes on the heels of Schiff hiring Daniel Goldman as the panel’s director of investigations. Goldman worked out of the Southern District of New York and specializes in Russian organized crime.
Goldman is also a fellow at the George Soros-funded Brennan Center for Justice, with offices in New York City and Washington, DC.
Breitbart News reported Schiff hired Daniel Goldman, who worked with Noble on the Zemlyansky case. He left the U.S. Attorney’s office in 2017 to become a legal analyst on NBC and MSNBC, where he regularly accused President Donald Trump of committing crimes to win the presidential election.
Schiff, who became chairmen of the committee after Democrats took back the House majority, tapped Daniel Noble, co-chief of the complex frauds and cybercrime unit at the Manhattan office, unnamed sources told Bloomberg News.
Noble, who has deep experience in cybercrime, worked with Goldman to convict Mikhail Zemlyansky in 2015 of racketeering, insurance fraud and securities fraud.
Former Assistant Director of the FBI’s CI Division Frank Figliuzzi said Schiff’s hiring of Patrick Fallon is a big deal.
“The fact that the Committee has hired someone at the former senior executive service level from within the FBI’s Financial Crimes Section is significant, and to me denotes an effort to apply significant resources to examining and analyzing financial findings,” Figliuzzi told the Daily Beast. “By the time you got to the head of the Financial Crimes section, you would have substantial white collar crime and global financial crime experience, both at the street level and the supervisory level. And his role at headquarters would have had him overseeing the bulk of all financial crime cases in the FBI.”
This man is absolutely deranged.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) responds to a letter from House Intelligence Committee Republicans calling for his resignation following the attorney general’s summary of the Mueller report.
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