Why is Adam Schiff sitting on declassified interviews in the collusion probe?

Why is Adam Schiff sitting on declassified interviews in the collusion probe?
Adam Schiff (Image via Twitter)

[Ed. – Maybe Schiff can give us another sermon on transparency.]

The Trump-Russia collusion narrative collapsed a year ago with the Robert Mueller report, but the story’s not over. Democrats are now trying to suppress details of how the bogus theory was promoted, led by House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff.

Republicans on the Intelligence Committee, under then-chairman Devin Nunes, wrapped up their investigation of election interference in April 2018. They found no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians. Mr. Schiff and Democrats objected to that conclusion and accused Republicans of hiding incriminating evidence. GOP Members were therefore only too happy in September 2018 to vote to release the transcripts of the investigation’s 53 witness interviews. The committee vote was unanimous. The documents were sent to the intelligence community in the executive branch for declassification.

Our sources say that process is now complete for 43 interviews, yet Mr. Schiff is refusing to make them public.

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