Revised Motion to Censure Rep. Adam Schiff Will Move Forward – Schiff Responds

by J Pelkey
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The House will convene on Wednesday to determine whether serial liar Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) will be held accountable for his role in spreading the false Trump-Russia collusion narrative.

Rep. Anna Paulina Luna shared the update on Twitter:

In a tweet, Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL), the bill’s author, conveyed her confidence in securing the necessary votes, as numerous colleagues have indicated their support for the revised motion.

“I have spoken to many of my colleagues. A majority of the 20 will be changing their vote to support the motion, as well as other Members who were not in town for the initial vote have let me/my office know they will be voting with us,” Luna said.

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On Wednesday, the resolution to censure Schiff successfully withstood the motion to table and is scheduled for debate today at 5:30 PM.


Just The News confirmed Rep. Luna’s statement:

At least eight Republicans are indicating that they will support the new censure resolution after many of them expressed concerns over the possibility of fining Schiff.

Democrats hope to table the motion, but they are less hopeful they will succeed this time around.

In an interview, Schiff said that he views being censured as a badge of honor because it shows that he is “effective”. He also stated that he is “proud” of his work.

“I take it as a badge of honor because this says that I’m effective. They go after people they think are effective,” said Schiff.

“I exposed the corruption of the former president. I led the first impeachment trial, the former president to the first bipartisan vote to remove a president in U. S. History. And I’m proud of that work. And I would do it again,” he added.


He reiterated that sentiment in a tweet directed towards his Republican colleagues:

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