Schiff Blasts Court Delays For Democratic Persecution Of Trump

For Trump-hating Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), delays in the Democratic persecution of former President Donald Trump equate with justice denied. On Sunday, he vented his frustration at the judicial process.

Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Schiff blasted Biden’s Department of Justice for the time it took to indict and prosecute the former president. He further criticized Trump for seeking to delay his own persecution.

Schiff regularly attempts to cloak his hatred of Trump in a veneer of seeking justice.

The Democrat’s actions make it clear, however, that his true motivation is to use the legal system to derail Trump’s bid for another term in the White House.

Schiff’s latest ire was drawn over New York Judge Juan Merchan delaying Trump’s trial over alleged “hush money” by 30 days. This widely criticized legal action was brought by extremist Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

On CNN Sunday, Schiff criticized federal officials for waiting a year to “look beyond the foot soldiers.” Of course, the wait not coincidentally coincided with Trump mulling over another run for the Oval Office.

When the former president decided to throw his hat into the ring again, the power of the federal government and its allies was brought down upon him. That included the prosecution in Washington over events that transpired during the Jan. 6 protests.

Schiff is increasingly worried that the myriad of cases against Trump could stretch beyond the November election. He doesn’t even bother denying his issue with the timing.

He told the network, “I think that delay has contributed to a situation where none of these trials may go forward, although it is still my hope and belief that at least one or two of them might go forward before the election.”

Schiff accused the former president of gaming the system as his attorneys seek justice for their client. “There is a chance that he could evade justice by delaying justice. This is a tried and true tactic of Trump throughout his career.”

The California Democrat also expressed his frustration with the U.S. Supreme Court.

Justices will consider Trump’s claims of presidential immunity — a privilege afforded every other chief executive in the nation’s history.