Schiff’s Releasing Phone Records of Giuliani, Nunes, and Solomon, Appropriately Provokes Outrage
Dec. 5, 2019 (EIRNS)—Continuing his audition to replace Robert Mueller as the grim Grand Inquisitor, shredding every legal norm, House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff released the phone records of Rudolph Giuliani, Devin Nunes, and John Solomon in an appendix to his final report on the Star Chamber House basement impeachment proceedings. Giuliani remains the President’s personal lawyer, Solomon is an award-winning journalist, House Intelligence ranking member Nunes has played a supremely significant role in uncovering the coup against Donald Trump, on behalf of the American people.
The subpoena itself, to AT&T, which seems to have asked for the phone recordsof Giuliani and Lev Parnas, the former Giuliani translator, now desperately attempting to concoct stories about the President and Giuliani in return for a plea agreement from the federal government. The subpoena should have triggered Sixth Amendment attorney-client privilege concerns requiring court review, but AT&T simply caved and turned over the records. This has provoked outrage in Republican and libertarian circles and resulted in an editorial condemning Schiff in today’s Wall Street Journal. Schiff made no effort to redact any of the metadata he released concerning Nunes and Solomon in the AT&T records he published.