Not a day goes by that I don’t think about starting a Get Boomers Out of Politics Forever third party. As if the second financial crisis in 12 years were not enough, we must be reminded that Adam Schiff still worries about the size of his manhood versus Trump’s.
Regardless of what one may think of Trump’s coronavirus strategy, one thing is certain: the mental disease that is Trump Derangement Syndrome on the left is not even close to being contained and continues to eat the brains of those infected.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) is drafting legislation that would set up an independent commission that would investigate why the country was unprepared for the coronavirus pandemic.
“After Pearl Harbor and 9/11, we looked at what went wrong to learn from our mistakes,” the House Intelligence Committee chairman said in a tweet. “Once we’ve recovered, we need a nonpartisan commission to review our response and how we can better prepare for the next pandemic.”
Schiff did not give specifics regarding when the legislation will be dropped, but suggested it would be after Congress finishes the task at hand: mulling a series of stimulus packages aimed at alleviating the economic impact of the pandemic. Sources familiar with the legislation told NBC News the legislation is “very preliminary.”
“We will need to delay the work of the commission until the crisis has abated to ensure that it does not interfere with the agencies that are leading the response,” Schiff told The Washington Post. “But that should not prevent us from beginning to identify where we got it wrong and how we can be prepared for the next pandemic.”
The administration has come under scrutiny in the past month for what critics call a late response to the virus. Critics have also pointed out that in 2018 the administration disbanded the National Security Council unit focused on pandemic preparedness.
Clearly what the world needs now is for Adam Schiff to open up his 30-billionth investigation into his political rivals. Maybe he can bring back Stormy Daniels for her thoughts on the spread of disease.
This is, of course, coming from the man who was feverishly leading a sham impeachment over a ten-minute phone call from last July as the virus spread through China. Can Adam Schiff investigate himself and his portfolio of pettiness as a force contributing to the nation’s lack of preparedness?
Nice to see that Schiff plans to delay his latest investigation until another round of pork spending makes it through Congress though. What a hero.
“I’ve thought long and hard about how I might rise to the occasion during our nation’s time of need. And it occurred to me that assigning blame and being an asshole at wildly inappropriate times has always been my greatest civic contribution.” — Totally verbatim quote from Adam Schiff to the sad, sad congressional aide tasked with drafting his bullshit legislation