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61 House Republicans Join Bill to Condemn Adam Schiff


Adam Schiff has been caught in lie after lie lately as he remains at the head of the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

Not only has Schiff completely fabricated what went on during Trump’s call with Ukrainian President Zelensky, but evidence has surfaced that he may have engaged with the whistleblower who started this whole mess before the complaint against our president was filed.

This is unacceptable behavior for a House Intelligence chair, and so, House Republicans are banding together to formally condemn Adam Schiff!

Originally, the bill to condemn Schiff was co-sponsored by 18 House Republicans, but it quickly gained traction and now 61 House Republicans have joined the resolution!

Check out the breaking news on Twitter:

Rep. Kevin McCarthy is among the names of Republicans who signed the bill to condemn Schiff.

Here's why, as he explained on Twitter:


Breitbart has more to say on the House Republicans banding together to condemn Adam Schiff:

Sixty-one Republicans have cosponsored House Freedom Caucus Chairman Andy Biggs’ (R-AZ) resolution, H. Res. 604, to condemn Schiff for retelling a fabricated conversation between Trump and Zelensky.

The bill has gained rapid support in the House. Chairman Biggs sponsored the bill last week, to which it quickly gained 18 cosponsors. On Thursday, Breitbart News reportedthat 45 House Republicans have joined the resolution. Now, as of Friday afternoon, 61 House Republicans have cosponsored the bill.

When Biggs sponsored the bill, he said that Schiff’s stunt was “inexcusable” to “mislead the American public with such a statement.”

Politico added:

House Republicans will force a vote to formally condemn Rep. Adam Schiff when they return from recess, their most aggressive offensive yet as the GOP fumbles for a strategy to beat back impeachment efforts. 


The largely symbolic move, which won’t get approved by the Democrat-controlled House, is backed by the House's highest-ranking Republicans and some of President Donald Trump's close allies on Capitol Hill: House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.). 


“We’re going to exercise the limited tools we have in the minority, and we’re going to fight to get the truth out and hold [Schiff] accountable for falsehoods,” Scalise said in an interview.         


The effort to demonize House Intelligence Chairman Schiff (D-Calif.), who is leading the impeachment inquiry into the president, and create political fog for the president demonstrates Republicans’ deep reluctance to opine on whether it was appropriate for Trump to ask Ukraine to dig up dirt on a political opponent. Trump's allies in the Senate are trying to focus public attention anywhere but on Trump’s interactions with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. 

And without a centralized strategy from the White House, House Republicans are taking their cues from Trump, who is treating Schiff as a punching bag in the impeachment fight. 

Trump and the GOP are targeting Schiff’s mid-hearing exaggerated rendition of Trump’s phone call with Ukraine to make it sound like a mob boss shakedown and invoking a New York Times report that the whistleblower sought guidance from an Intelligence Committee aide, which Republicans have used to allege without evidence that Schiff helped write the complaint. 

“We need to put everyone on record whether you approve of that type of conduct in conducting an impeachment inquiry,” added Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), the new chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, who drafted the censure resolution on Schiff. 

READ MORE:  Here's Why President Trump Calls Him Liddle' Adam Schiff

Here's the full list so far (it's growing):

The Republicans that have cosponsored Biggs’ resolution to condemn Schiff include:

  1. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA)
  2. Steve Scalise (R-LA)
  3. Liz Cheney (R-WY)
  4. Mark Meadows (R-NC)
  5. Jim Jordan (R-OH)
  6. Matt Gaetz (R-FL)
  7. Mark Walker (R-NC)
  8. Elise Stefanik (R-NY)
  9. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI)
  10. Mike Rogers (R-MI)
  11. Mike Johnson (R-LA)
  12. Mark Green (R-TN)
  13. Jeff Duncan (R-SC)
  14. Mo Brooks (R-AL)
  15. Scott Perry (R-PA)
  16. Greg Steube (R-FL)
  17. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA)
  18. Rick Crawford (R-AR)
  19. Michael Burgess (R-TX)
  20. Paul Gosar (R-AZ)
  21. Bill Posey (R-FL)
  22. Warren Davidson (R-OH)
  23. Bob Gibbs (R-OH)
  24. Jody Hice (R-GA)
  25. Ralph Norman (R-SC)
  26. Ron Wright (R-TX)
  27. Louie Gohmert (R-TX)
  28. Lance Gooden (R-TX)
  29. Ralph Abraham (R-LA)
  30. Jim Banks (R-IN)
  31. Daniel Meuser (R-PA)
  32. Bill Flores (R-TX)
  33. Randy Weber (R-TX)
  34. Tim Burchett  (R-TX)
  35. Dan Bishop (R-NC)
  36. Daniel Webster (R-FL)
  37. Gary Palmer (R-AL)
  38. Michael Cloud (
  39. Doug Lamborn
  40. Fred Keller (R-PA)
  41. Brian Babin (R-TX)
  42. Bradley Byrne (R-LA)
  43. Bill Johnson(R-TX)
  44. Larry Bucshon (R-IN)
  45. Ted Budd (R-TN)
  46. Steve King (R-IA)
  47. Buddy Carter (R-GA)
  48. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ)
  49. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN)
  50. Chuck Fleischmann (R-TN)
  51. Roger Marshall, M.D. (R-KS)
  52. Drew Ferguson (R-GA)
  53. Steven Palazzo (R-MS)
  54. Bruce Westerman (R-AR)
  55. Troy Balderson (R-OH)
  56. Steve Watkins (R-KS)
  57. Chris Stewart (R-UT)
  58. Greg Murphy (R-NC)
  59. Greg Gianforte (R-MT)
  60. Ben Cline (R-VA)
  61. Denver Riggleman (R-VA)

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