Schiff’s Working Hard to Keep THIS from Being Exposed

Sheila Fitzgerald /
Sheila Fitzgerald /

Who needs the NFL rivalries at the end of this season? The best match-up out there is between Journalist Paul Sperry and Rep. Adam Schiff.

Schiff has been trying to silence Sperry and get him suspended from Twitter, but he is refusing to go quietly. He continues to report on things that Schiff obviously did not want to be exposed.

Sperry has written for RealClearInvestigations about how he “outed” the anonymous “whistleblower” from President Trump’s first impeachment hearings. He was Eric Ciaramella, a Democrat who had worked in the Obama White House and was a Trump holdover.

Sperry also exposed Ciaramella’s prior relationship with one of Schiff’s top officials on the impeachment committee, Sean Misko.

These revelations make it hard to believe Schiff’s claims that the 2019 impeachment process happened organically.

All this also lead to The New York Times calling out Schiff for lying about prior contacts with the whistleblower. He previously stated that his office never spoke with the whistleblower before he filed his complaint against President Trump. But the fact is that a Schiff staff member had gotten together with him.

Patrick Boland, a spokesperson for Schiff, was cornered into admitting this after the New York Times broke the story.

These contacts caused suspicions that Schiff’s office helped the whistleblower develop his complaint, making this a very partisan operation.

This is why there have been censorship demands made by Schiff’s office that have been sent to Twitter. Schiff has demanded that Twitter “remove any content” related to his office.

Sperry made it clear that Schiff tried to make his demands seem connected to “QAnon conspiracies” but Sperry pointed out that this wasn’t the case at all.

Boland, on behalf of Schiff, contacted Sperry’s employer, RealClear Investigations, and claimed that his articles would result in “actual violence.”

Schiff’s office used the events of January 6 to try and shut down free speech, and Sperry is now looking at the legal options he might have against Schiff.