We looked inside some of the tweets by @RepAdamSchiff and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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294. in category Politics
435. in category Society
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One of President Trump's picks for a planned panel to examine climate change's impact on national security: A White House adviser who argues that carbon dioxide is beneficial to humanity https://nyti.ms/2E1pK9r
Trump has ignored the Intelligence Community: On threat posed by Russia, On North Korea’s nuclear plans, On murder of Khashoggi, And now the danger posed by climate change. Trump cannot be warned of threats to national security, He is a threat to national security.
Last week, I wrote to Facebook and Google to express my concern that their sites are steering users to bad information that discourages vaccinations, undermining public health. The search results you get for “vaccines” on Facebook are a dramatic illustration.
Trump said his intelligence director is “not loyal.” Now, US officials think the president will fire him. New from me @jdawsey1 and @nakashimae https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/trump-grows-frustrated-with-coats-leading-some-to-fear-he-might-be-fired/2019/02/19/66574240-3464-11e9-854a-7a14d7fec96a_story.html …
Dan Coats has been doing an outstanding job as Director of National Intelligence. He speaks truth to power and gives policy makers the best intelligence possible. He is loyal to the country and constitution, and that is as it should be.
NEW: Trump raised with acting AG Whitaker the idea of getting the U.S. attorney in New York to "unrecuse" himself from Cohen investigations. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/19/us/politics/trump-investigations.html … w/@MarkMazzettiNYT @maggieNYT @npfandos
Dangling pardons. Attempting to get a prosecutor to unrecuse. Threatening a cooperating witness. False public statements. Encouraging congressional allies to investigate the investigators to protect him. All of it a pattern of obstruction. All of it dangerous to the rule of law.
Proud to join a delegation to NATO and the European Union led by @SpeakerPelosi — one of the largest in Congressional history — to reaffirm our support for the transatlantic alliance. Congress must carry the torch of democracy and human rights while both are at increasing risk.
The Constitution grants Congress the power of the purse, and the President is now attempting to take that power to himself. If the GOP fails to stand up to Trump's unconstitutional act, we will have moved dangerously from a separation of powers, to a mere separation of parties.
The Court: The President said he didn’t need to declare an emergency, did he not? Counsel: Correct. The Court: And that he just did so because he wanted it done faster? Counsel: Yes, your honor. The Court: How on earth is that an emergency? Counsel: Hasn’t your time expired?
Weapons of war don't belong in our neighborhoods or on our streets. Congress let the Assault Weapons Ban expire 15 years ago, but today, we are introducing legislation to ban the sale, production, or possession of assault weapons. Let’s see who’s willing to stand up to the NRA.
Trump is declaring a national emergency to bypass Congress, to build a wall we don’t need, to address a crisis that doesn’t exist, by claiming an authority he doesn’t have. If that sounds like nonsense, it’s because it is. It’s also plainly unconstitutional.
Standing today and always with the community of Parkland and the families of the victims of the MSD shooting as we honor their lives one year after their tragic deaths. #NeverForget
In the wake of unspeakable horror, the young people of Parkland rose up to demand action on gun violence and mobilized a generation of activists. Thank you for your courage and call to action. The Democratic House has heard your call. But will the Senate?
We have a ruling. Judge Amy Berman Jackson has decided that Paul Manafort “intentionally made multiple false statements to the FBI, the OSC and the grand jury concerning matters that were material to the investigation.” She especially noted the lies about Kilimnik.
Here’s what stands out to me from today’s ruling: Manafort lied about his contacts with an individual affiliated with Russian intelligence. And he lied intentionally. If Manafort had told the truth, it would have been so damaging to Trump as to negate his chances of a pardon.
Ever since joining Congress, I’ve been pushing for the U.S. to end our illegal and unconstitutional involvement in Yemen. Even as support grew, @PRyan blocked the resolution over and over as tens of thousands of Yemenis died and millions starved.
The House just passed a resolution by @RoKhanna to withdraw U.S. support for the war in Yemen. Thousands of Yemenis have died, and millions more are at risk of starvation. There is no military solution to this humanitarian catastrophe. I hope today's vote is a step towards peace.
On including back pay for federal contractors in the spending deal, Blunt tells reporters: “I’ve been told the president won’t sign that.”
Trump as businessman: Stiff contractors. Trump as president: Stiff contractors. Who could have seen this coming?
It happened again. Trump insulted the press, egging on the frenzied crowd, and someone took it as license to assault a cameraman. Journalists take risks to cover the news every day. They shouldn't have to risk their safety to cover the President of the United States of America.
Trump says he's not ‘happy’ or ‘thrilled' with bipartisan border deal that would avert another government shutdown https://wapo.st/2GmGo70
We will soon find out if the President will accept the bipartisan compromise or wants to further damage our economy and hurt working families. The deal offers the President less than prior to the shutdown. That should discourage any use of this abusive tactic in the future.
Step One: Hype an invented threat of an invasion of terrorists, murderers, and rapists. Step Two: Send troops to border to address the imaginary threat. Step Three: Justify the WALL as necessary to protect troops sent to meet the nonexistent threat. Step Four: Executive Time!
We just lost another good Congressman: Walter Jones. Years ago, I wondered who the Congressman was who crossed party lines the most. By a long shot, it was Jones. He voted for every Dem motion that benefitted veterans, and he was happy to pay the price. https://www.rollcall.com/news/jones_willing_to_pay_the_price_for_independence-229232-1.html …
Walter Jones had the strength of his convictions and was passionately committed to ending America’s excessive reliance on its military. Was proud to work with him to repeal outdated war authorizations and limit the executive’s war powers. Congress won’t be the same without him.
Our investigation will make sure that the President is working in the national interest, not acting because of any pecuniary interest or fear of any compromise. That he’s looking out for the American people, and not his bank account. That’s what our investigation is about.
Do you know what kind of damage has been done to children and families across the country? Children who will never get to see their parents again. Do you understand the magnitude of that? This is about more than my passion. This is about the children's future, Mr. Whitaker.
Lots of focus, and rightly so, on what Matt Whitaker said and refused to say about his conversations with the President, but his role in the family separation debacle deserves far more attention. @RepJayapal is right — this policy is a stain on our nation.
North Korea, under the leadership of Kim Jong Un, will become a great Economic Powerhouse. He may surprise some but he won’t surprise me, because I have gotten to know him & fully understand how capable he is. North Korea will become a different kind of Rocket - an Economic one!
All countries do psychological profiles of other foreign leaders to determine how they can be manipulated. North Korea may have determined that if they flatter Trump, they can achieve normalization of relations and easing of sanctions without denuclearization. That’s dangerous.