On Thursday, July 1, a military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay convicted Chair of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff on charges of treason and espionage after hearing evidence that linked the weaselly worm to a Chinese-sponsored plot aimed at impeaching the most patriotic president to have ever sat in the Oval Office.
In July 2019, Schiff grossly distorted and wildly mischaracterized Trump’s telephone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in which he is alleged to have withheld U.S. aid in return for an investigation into Hunter Biden. Both Trump and Zelenskiy refuted the allegations, but Schiff abused his authority in pressing Congress to move forward with an impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump.
In September 2019, the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s Corps launched an investigation to determine whether Schiff’s actions violated House Rules, whether his grievances were constitutional.
JAG’s 6-month investigation proved that Schiff, like most Deep State operatives, had an unremitting addiction to opulence and happily accepted bribes in exchange for aiding enemies of the United States, when such actions aligned with his personal goals.
JAG and the Office of Military Commissions acquired evidence linking Schiff to a Chinese plot meant to depose Donald J. Trump. Specifically, Schiff had received “gifts” from a Chinese businessman named Li Wei. Wei was a senior executive at Bohai Harvest RST (Shanghai) Equity Investment Fund Management Co., the very company Hunter Biden owns 10% of.
The gifts included a rare 1954 Bao Dai Rolex valued at $5,000,000 and a Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport worth approximately $3,000,000, the later of which he surreptitiously auctioned at Sothebys.
The Office of Military Commissions claims Schiff blatantly violated the Gifts Rule of the House Ethics Committee, which forbids federal employees from accepting gifts for favors and requires that any item valued at over $166 be reported to the State Dept.
This evidence, in part, led to Schiff’s May 24 arrest and subsequent trip to Guantanamo Bay.
His Thursday tribunal lasted only two hours, with Vice Adm. John G. Hannink calling on the 3-officer panel to convict Schiff, who appeared without counsel, of high treason.
“Schiff’s greed, compounded by his seething hatred of Donald Trump, led him down a path of treasonous behavior. He is weak and malleable, and he did knowingly betray his oath of office in hopes of making money and staging a tacit coup against the elected President of the United States. Certainly, others must have known he received these gifts, and who they came from, but that was swept under the rug by a Deep State desperate to remove Trump from office. Schiff used aliases and proxies to launder many of his ill-gotten presents, but there’s always a trail,” Vice Adm. Hannink told the panel.
Asked to answer for his crimes, Schiff admitted he should have declined the gifts, but said they were “above board” and bore no relevance to his association with China, Li Wai, Joseph Biden, or Hunter Biden.
“Of course, I know these people,” Schiff said. “But Wai is a friend mine who struck good fortune and shared some of that with me, his friend. It had nothing to do with Trump. I have loyally served this nation for many years and don’t recognize this tribunal’s authority over me.”
Vice Adm. Hannink, as he had at previous tribunals, pulled the proverbial rabbit from a magic hat: via teleconference, Schiff’s wife Eve appeared on a video screen to testify against her husband. She told the tribunal that Schiff had accepted $20,000,000 in gifts and incentives to wage war against Donald Trump. She was able to produce receipts and ledgers, as well as personal correspondence between Schiff and Hunter Biden, proving Schiff’s payouts were meant as compensation for trying to dethrone Trump.
“The documents you see on screen, we have copies of,” Vice Adm. Hannink said, and passed the incriminating paperwork to the panel. “Mrs. Schiff, have you in anyway been coerced or compensated to give testimony against your husband?”
“I have not,” Eve Schiff said. “I was tired of the abuse. I’m glad this is finally over. I was tired of the lies, the manipulation, the evil that pervaded our home. Adam was never happy with a government salary. He was telling me how he hoped to get rid of Trump and get rich at the same time.”
“You’re getting what you deserve, Adam,” she addressed her husband personally, and the screen winked off.
Shortly thereafter, the three officers weighing the military’s case found Schiff guilty and recommended he receive capitol punishment for his crimes against America. Vice Adm. Hannink concurred, and scheduled Schiff’s execution for August 13.