Adam Schiff recently said that the sham January 6th Committee may subpoena former VP Mike Pence…
Mike Pence is the guy who ratted out his own fraternity for drinking during his university days…
I mention this to paint the picture of who Mike Pence is—certainly not an evil or a bad man, but somewhat of a boy scout and the kind of do-gooder who doesn’t know when to put the hall-monitor sash down.
Pence is an extremely by-the-book kind of guy, even in situations where this kind of attitude is counter-productive or completely impractical.
I feel like they’re going to make mince-meat out of this guy if he is subpoenaed by the January 6th Committee—those people are sharks and I feel like they could easily manipulate him into saying whatever they want him to say.
The tree that never bends is the first tree to snap…
Take a look:
Rep. Adam Schiff tells CNN that it's a “possibility” the Jan. 6 Committee could still subpoena Mike Pence.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) June 20, 2022
Schiff: Pence subpoena is ‘certainly a possibility'https://t.co/GftQmLZsNo
— Shawn Peirce (@_silversmith) June 19, 2022
According to Breitbart, Schiff told CNN in a recent interview:
Bash asked, “So, Mike Pence is a possibility still?”
Schiff said, “You know, certainly a possibility,” he replied. “We’re not excluding anyone or anything at this point.”
Today’s Jan. 6 hearing focused on how Donald Trump pressured Mike Pence to use his mostly ceremonial role to overturn Joe Biden’s win. @RepAdamSchiff of the committee spoke with our @JudyWoodruff. https://t.co/GC67zJejIc pic.twitter.com/NFhq0KpGpu
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) June 16, 2022
.@RepAdamSchiff on asking Mike Pence to testify: “He did the right thing on [Jan. 6]. On one day that really really mattered he said no. […] Let's hope he's willing to do the right thing [again].” pic.twitter.com/kLXoVegpF8
— The Hill (@thehill) January 8, 2022
The New York Post continued with Schiff’s comments:
“We would still, I think, like to have several high-profile people come before our committee.
But, at the moment, I can’t disclose what private conversations may or may not be going on with respect to certain individuals.
But there are still key people we have not interviewed that we would like to,” the California Democrat said.