Adam Schiff Falsely Registered, Ineligibly Voted, and/or Committed Mortgage Fraud

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Evidence indicates that Rep. Adam Schiff, currently a candidate for the US Senate in California, has been involved in various illicit activities such as election fraud, ineligible voting, and potentially mortgage fraud.

A year ago, an ethics complaint was lodged against Rep. Adam Schiff for his questionable conduct.

More recent investigations reveal that these allegations against Schiff extend beyond what was initially reported.

In April 2023, an ethics complaint was filed against Congressman Adam Schiff from California.

The complaint accuses Schiff of engaging in election and voter fraud by falsely claiming residency in both California and Maryland.

Concerned citizens have shed light on potential criminal actions committed by Adam Schiff.

Despite being elected to Congress in 2000 as a representative from California, Schiff allegedly purchased a home in Maryland with the intention of it being his primary residence while continuing to vote in California.

Schiff’s repeated refinancing of the Maryland property under the guise of it being his primary residence has raised suspicions.

A House Ethics investigation in 2009 revealed discrepancies in Schiff’s claims, which he attributed to an error and repaid taxes to the state of Maryland.

Similar actions resulted in criminal charges for another congressman, Steven Watkins of Oklahoma. Furthermore, questions remain regarding the consistency of the mortgage amount on Schiff’s home over the years.

During his current campaign for the US Senate seat in California, Schiff dismissed inquiries about his Maryland residency as a “non-issue,” asserting that his primary residence is in California while failing to address his prior claims regarding the Maryland property.

Recent revelations suggest that there may be more layers to this story than previously thought.

Chris Bish and Darren Ellis from California have released a draft report outlining additional concerning details surrounding Adam Schiff’s conduct amidst his political endeavors.

Mortgage Fraud

According to the draft document below:

Maryland Code §7-401 defines mortgage fraud as “(d)any action made by a person with the intent to defraud that involves (1) knowingly making any deliberate misstatement, misrepresentation, or omission during the mortgage lending process with the intent that the misstatement, misrepresentation, or omission relied on by a mortgage lender, borrower, or any other party to the mortgage lending process;” or “(6) filing or causing to be filed in the land records in the county where a residential real property is located, any document relating to a mortgage loan that the person knows to contain a deliberate misstatement, misrepresentation, or omission”.

Adam Schiff, despite claiming to live and represent the people in the state of California, filed and reaffirmed through refinancing documents, his primary residence at 8204 Windsor View Terrace, Potomac Maryland, 28054. Adam Schiff’s on the record acknowledgement of the mortgage document filings (primary residence in Maryland) during a House Ethics hearing via claim of a “mistake” evidences acknowledgement of mortgage fraud.

Schiff obtained more favorable mortgage rates for his Maryland property by asserting it as his primary residence instead of a secondary one.

This mirrors the situation where former Baltimore top prosecutor Marilyn Mosby was recently found guilty of mortgage fraud in Maryland.

Simultaneously, while declaring his Maryland property as his primary residence, Schiff presumably identified himself as a California resident to be eligible to run for the US House in California.

False Registration

The Heritage Foundation has an excellent piece describing election integrity where it defines various types of “voter fraud”. False registrations are a type of voter fraud. “Voting under fraudulent voter registrations that either use a phony name and a real or fake address or claim residence in a particular jurisdiction where the registered voter does not actually live and is not entitled to vote.”

A number of California residents have been convicted of voter fraud over the past few years.

According to the report below:

Adam and Eve Schiff sold their California home at 425 Amhurst Dr, Burbank CA in May of 2003 just prior to the purchase of their “primary residence” at 8204 Windsor View Terrace, Potomac Maryland, 28054 in June of 2003. In 2009, around the same time as a House Ethics hearing pertaining to the Maryland residence, Adam and Eve Schiff purchased the condominium at 250 N First St #427, Burbank CA, 95102, subsequently registering to vote in California at that address. It is important to note that the condominium is 650 sqft, has 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. It is also of note that Adam and Eve Schiff had two minor children of approximately middle school age at the time of purchase.

California Elections Code §2022 “If a person moves to another state with the intention of making it his or her domicile, the voter loses his or her domicile in this state”. California Elections Code §2026 “The domicile of a Member of the Legislature or a Representative in Congress of the United States shall be conclusively presumed to be at the residence address indicated on that person’s currently filed affidavit of registration”. Adam and Eve Schiff, having sold their home in California in 2003 and subsequently purchasing a home in Maryland as their primary residence, remained voters in California despite being non-residents from 2003 until 2009, the date in which they purchased the Condominium at 250 N First St #427, Burbank CA, 95102. California Domicile records pertaining to change in voter registration are absent / could not be located, implying voter registration fraud between 2003 and 2009.

In order to qualify as a candidate to represent California in the US House of Representatives (and/or Senate), one must be 25 years of age, a US Citizen, and a Resident in the state of California. For election years 2004, 2006, and 2008, Adam Schiff was not a resident of the State of California, evidenced by the 2003 sale of his home at 425 Amhurst Dr, Burbank CA and subsequent purchase of “Primary Residence” at 8204 Winsor View Terrace, Potomac Maryland, 28054. California Election Code §349(a) “’residence’ for voting purposes means a person’s domicile (b) The domicile of a person is that place in which his or her habitation is fixed, wherein the person has the intention of remaining, and to which, whenever he or she is absent, the person has the intention of returning. At a given time, a person may have only one domicile”. Adam Schiff, knowingly and willfully registering as a candidate while being a resident of Maryland would constitute a violation subject to California Election Code §18203 “[a]ny person who files or submits for filing a nomination paper or declaration of candidacy knowing that it or any part of it has been made falsely is punishable by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000) or by imprisonment. . .”. Further, Adam and Eve Schiff remained registered voters in California despite being residents of Maryland from 2003. CA Elec Code §18560(a) [a person] “Not being entitled to vote at an election, fraudulently votes or fraudulently attempts to vote at that election” is subject to imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170 of the Penal Code for 16 months or two or three years, or in a county jail not exceeding one year.

Ineligible Voting

Heritage describes ineligible voting as follows:

Illegal registration and voting by individuals who are not U.S. citizens, are convicted felons, or are otherwise not eligible to vote.

The report below states:

It has been understood that Adam Schiff and Eve Schiff, as residents of Maryland, have been voting absentee in California. CA Elec Code §18578 “Any person who applies for, or who votes or attempts to vote, a vote by mail ballot by fraudulently signing the name of a fictitious person, or of a regularly qualified voter, or of a person who is not qualified to vote, is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170 of the Penal Code for 16 months or two or three years, by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment.”

See the entire document below:

Schiff Complaint Draft by Joe Ho on Scribd

Adam Schiff’s candidacy for US Senate in California is inappropriate due to his ineligibility, and he should face charges for election crimes.

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