Definition of traitor
1: one who betrays another’s trust or is false to an obligation or duty
2: one who commits treason
During the theater known as the Donald Trump Impeachment hearings Adam Schiff conducted a number of interviews with “witnesses.” He conducted them in a SCIF – Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility.
Talk of the impeachment inquiry is everywhere in America, but Americans have no idea what it actually looks like.
That’s because House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) has so far conducted the entire impeachment inquiry in a secret room in the basement of the Capitol building that is not accessible by the general public.
Just to the south of the Capitol Visitor Center underneath the dome and down one spiral staircase is a room hidden behind two heavy wooden doors.
On the doors are red signs with white letters that say: “Restricted Area. No public or media access. Cameras and recording devices prohibited without proper authorization.”
Behind those doors is a hallway, which leads to the secret room where Schiff is conducting the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.
The House Intelligence Committee has a huge hearing room in the Longworth House Office Building where they can hold hearings that do not concern classified material, which members of the public and journalists can attend.
But the impeachment inquiry is taking place in the committee’s Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) — a room for members to use when discussing and viewing classified material.
And here’s why