Schiff Censured! Dems In Disarray As GOP Strikes for Justice

Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) brought up a motion that made Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) look bad in front of his fellow lawmakers on Wednesday afternoon. After failing at first, the motion passed with a vote of 213-209, making Schiff the 26th member of the House to get the second-worst punishment that lawmakers can get.

Even though Democrats were yelling "Adam, Adam, Adam" and saying "shame" and "disgrace," Republicans saw this as a chance to hold Schiff responsible for his repeated misuse of classified information and dishonest and dishonorable behavior. The reason the censure motion passed was because Schiff lied to the American people and didn't act like an elected member of the House of Representatives should.

Six Republicans didn't vote and chose "present" instead, which made it possible for the motion to pass. Reps. Joyce (OH), Guest (MS), Garbarino (NY), Buck (CO), Rutherford (FL), and Fischbach (MN) were among these people. The resolution said that Schiff had to come to the floor of the House to receive the rebuke and have the resolution read out loud by the Speaker.

When Speaker Kevin McCarthy called Schiff to face his public censure, chaos broke out in the Democratic Party. Democratic interruptions, like chants and calls for Rep. George Santos (R-NY) to be censured, messed up the meeting. Speaker McCarthy kept banging his gavel to get things back in order, and he finally read the official censure statement when Schiff's supporters made a lot of noise.

Also, the motion told the House Ethics Committee to look into Schiff's lies, misrepresentations, and use of private information without permission.

The motion brought up Schiff's role in spreading the false claim that President Donald Trump and Russia were working together, which was later debunked by several investigations. Schiff kept misleading the public by making false accusations of collusion against the Trump campaign. Even after many investigations, he kept abusing his privilege by putting out a memo defending the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant application on Trump associate Carter Page, which Inspector General Horowitz later found to have 17 major mistakes and omissions.

Schiff's history of lying and behaving badly continued in other ways, like when he publicly denied that his staff had talked to a leak, which led to the first impeachment of President Trump. He also made up a story about a phone call between President Trump and the president of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky. Schiff made it harder for the Intelligence Committee to do its job of overseeing the Intelligence Community, which is a key part of national security. The things he did tricked the American people and hurt the House of Representatives' image.

As a conservative, I'm glad to see that a corrupt official like Adam Schiff is finally being held accountable. The move to censure and the investigation by the Ethics Committee should serve as a reminder to all representatives that they should be honest and open in their work for the American people. Any dishonest behavior will be found out and dealt with in the right way.

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