moonbattery logo

Jan 17 2020

What Impeachment? Jeopardy Contestants Can’t Name Schiff

It seemed the impeachment circus had at least provided Pelosi’s assistant ringmaster Adam Schiff with his promised 15 minutes of fame. Heartbreakingly, he is not as famous as he probably thinks. Jeopardy contestants know all sorts of things, but they don’t know who Schiff is:

“Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek was met with crickets from contestants on Wednesday night after none of them could identify House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., by looking at a photo of him.

The $1,200 clue came under the category “U.S. Representatives” and included a photo of Schiff along with the hint “One-fifty-third of California’s House delegation is this House Intelligence Committee chairman.”

All contestants were stumped.

The episode was probably taped in October, by which time Schiff had already made his big splash by spearheading impeachment. In October, he had already established himself as a familiar figure of fun among those who follow politics. By October 2, we knew he was lying about his committee not having contact with the hearsay whistleblower. He had announced the big Trump–Ukraine investigation, along with two other committee chairmen, back on September 9.

This gives an idea of how much the impeachment spectacle has engaged the country at large. News junkies probably have nightmares about the bug-eyed moonbat from seeing him on TV so much, but to everyone else, he is irrelevant — just like the impeachment farce.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

One Response to “What Impeachment? Jeopardy Contestants Can’t Name Schiff”

  1. […] not have been crying because Trump is about the be acquitted. He must be down in the dumps because like Adam Schiff, he is so irrelevant to regular Americans that the contestants on Jeopardy don’t know who he […]

Alibi3col theme by Themocracy