It appears Adam Schiff has chosen a proverbial hill to die on – one particularly made of lies – by admitting on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he doesn’t regret bolstering the claims asserted in the bogus Steele Dossier.

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On November 14th, NBC’s “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd confronted Schiff about the infamous Steele Dossier, playing a montage of instances where Schiff endorsed the dossier while asking him if he had any regrets about lending credibility to the false allegations outlined in its contents.

“As chair of the House Intelligence Committee, do you regret giving some credibility to the Steele Dossier before anybody had been able to verify anything in that? A lot of those clips were done before there was any good verification…

“Look, there are some news organizations that made the mistake of publishing this dossier without verifying it – that’s a separate conversation with those news organizations – but you helped give it credibility. Do you regret it?”

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Schiff responded in a rather predictable manner, alleging that the spirit of the dossier was somehow credible because he asserted that Russia wanted to help former President Trump win the election.

“I don’t regret saying that we should investigate claims of someone who frankly was a well respected British intelligence officer – and we couldn’t have known of course years ago that we would learn years later that someone who was a primary source lied to him. But what I just said in the clip you just played ends up being exactly right, which is Steele did reveal that the Russians were trying to help elect Donald Trump.”

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As part of the Durham investigation, the FBI detained Igor Danchenko, the Hillary Clinton-funded Steele dossier sub-source. And to be clear, no one pushed the bogus Steele Dossier harder than House Intelligence Committee Chairman Schiff.

For years, Schiff claimed he had “smoking gun” proof that former President Trump conspired with Russia to win the 2016 election, even going so far to read the Clinton-funded dossier into the Congressional Record.

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He didn’t talk about the Steele Dossier in a manner of it being something worthy of looking into, he constantly peddled it as practically being fact – a dossier that was originally published by Buzzfeed, no less.

So it is unsurprising to see Schiff stand behind his bolstering of unfounded claims years back, as the world of politics – particularly with Democrats – carries a dogma of the ends justifying the means.