Adam Schiff Accused Of Working With Russians To Get Inappropriate Trump Photos

( )- When former Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) claimed that Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) reached out to Russians to request nude photos of former President Donald Trump, far-left media outlets found it strange.

According to reports, Adam Schiff can be heard discussing the committee’s investigation into Russia and the increasingly absurd allegations against Trump with a man posing as Andriy Parubiy, the head of the Ukrainian Parliament. The audio recording of the hoax call was posted online.

Schiff repeatedly requested name spellings and supporting documentation that he could send to the FBI while it appeared that he was taking notes on the conversation.

In a taped eight-minute conversation, Schiff seemed to take the call seriously, and emails from the Democrat’s staff to the fictitious politician later claimed that he had found it to be “productive.”

Nunes informed host Martha MacCallum of The Story on Fox News,

that Adam Schiff was heard on tape attempting to contact Russians to obtain nude photos of Trump to use against him.

Nunes stated that Adam Schiff claimed he had knowledge proving people were trying to get information from Russians, yet Schiff himself was getting information from Russians.

Nunes explained that Schiff was the victim of a hoax phone call in 2018 from two Russian radio hosts who were both impersonating the speaker of the Ukrainian parliament.

During the call, they asserted that Trump had an affair with a Russian singer in 2013.  They told Schiff that after their brief relationship, the singer got compromising materials on Trump.

Schiff wanted to know what kind of materials were available.

The hoaxers told Schiff that there were photos of Trump in the nude, adding that Russian President Vladimir Putin was aware of the photos.

Schiff said he would welcome the opportunity to obtain copies.

Reports show the nominations of Schiff and Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA), who have both served on the House Intelligence Committee, were rejected by Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). McCarthy has brought up Swalwell’s prior connections to a reputed Chinese spy and Schiff’s illicit behavior in Congress.