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Co-Sponsors To Rep. Biggs’ Resolution to Censure Adam Schiff Grows to 135 House Reps!


Republican House Rep. Andy Biggs introduced a resolution into Congress that would censure Adam Schiff over his made-up retelling of President Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian president and all the other bogus moves he’s made regarding the impeachment inquiry.

The resolution was introduced about 3 weeks ago, and its already gained a TON of support!

In fact, the list of co-sponsors on the resolution has just grown to a total of 135 House Republicans!

They’re getting the message across to “Schifty” Schiff that they’re not gonna stand for it!

Check it out:

Rep. Biggs spoke about the overwhelming support he has gotten from House Republicans on his resolution:


The Hill has more details on the resolution to censure Adam Schiff:

A House conservative has introduced a measure to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) in an attempt to condemn the Democratic chairman for using "parody" when recounting details of President Trump's call with the leader of Ukraine.

House Freedom Caucus Chairman-elect Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) introduced the resolution Friday shortly after Trump took to Twitter to demand Schiff’s resignation over his remarks, which focused on the president's July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Schiff had pointed to a reconstituted transcript of the conversation released by the White House, but paraphrased some points and offered an exaggerated version of the discussion, including saying that Trump directed Zelensky to “make up dirt on my political opponent” a full “seven times.”

Schiff's remarks during the hearing Thursday were met with backlash from Republicans, who argued it was inappropriate given the nature of the hearing, where acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire testified on his handling of a whistleblower complaint filed over the Trump call.

The whistleblower complaint and mounting scrutiny over Trump's efforts to push Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden were integral in House Democrats' decision to move forward with a formal impeachment inquiry this week.

Biggs's measure asserts that Schiff’s comments were an “egregiously false and fabricated retelling" that "had no relationship to the call itself,” alleging “these actions of Chairman Schiff misled the American people, bring disrepute upon the House of Representatives, and make a mockery of the impeachment process, one of this chamber’s most solemn constitutional duties."

The resolution also includes language alleging that members of the House Intelligence Committee “have lost faith” in Schiff’s ability to be objective as chairman and that his remarks hindered the committee’s ability to carry out its oversight responsibilities.

Fox News said the following about the Republicans who have moved to sponsor the bill:

A motion to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., for his “parody” reading of President Trump’s July phone call with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky during a hearing last month is gaining steam with House Republicans, as Fox News has learned 135 lawmakers have now signed on as co-sponsors.

The resolution to censure Schiff -- who has become a favorite target of Republicans for his role in the Trump impeachment inquiry -- was first introduced late last month by Rep. Andy Biggs, the Arizona Republican who chairs the conservative House Freedom Caucus, and has the support of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., and House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., among other ranking Republicans in the lower chamber of Congress.

Democrats have the majority and control the floor in the House, but Republicans could still attempt to force a vote on the matter.

“Schiff simply does not have the gravitas that a weighty procedure such as impeachment requires,” Biggs wrote in an opinion piece for Fox News. “He has repeatedly shown incredibly poor judgment. He has persistently and consistently demonstrated that he has such a tremendous bias and animus against Trump that he will say anything and accept any proffer of even bogus evidence to try to remove the president from office.”

Fox News has requested comment from Schiff's office.

Schiff, who is leading one of the committees investigating Trump in the impeachment inquiry announced by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has been under fire from conservatives for the “parody” of the president’s call with Zelensky that he read at the testimony last month of Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire.

Maguire was on Capitol Hill to defend his handling of the explosive whistleblower complaint detailing how Trump pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.

Here's the full list of names of the Republicans who have joined Rep. Biggs' call to censure Adam Schiff:

1.         Kevin McCarthy
2.         Steve Scalise
3.         Liz Cheney
4.         Tom Emmer
5.         Mark Meadows
6.         Jim Jordan
7.         Matt Gaetz
8.         Mark Walker
9.         Elise Stefanik
10.       Doug Collins
11.       Mike Rogers
12.       Steve Womack
13.       Jim Sensenbrenner
14.       Mike Johnson
15.       Gary Palmer
16.       Mark Green
17.       Jeff Duncan
18.       Mo Brooks
19.       Scott Perry
20.       Greg Steube
21.       Guy Reschenthaler
22.       Rick Crawford
23.       Michael Burgess, M.D.
24.       Paul Gosar
25.       Bill Posey
26.       Warren Davidson
27.       Bob Gibbs
28.       Jody Hice
29.       Ralph Norman
30.       Ron Wright
31.       Louie Gohmert
32.       Lance Gooden
33.       Ralph Abraham
34.       Jim Banks
35.       Daniel Meuser
36.       Bill Flores
37.       Randy Weber
38.       Tim Burchett
39.       Dan Bishop
40.       Daniel Webster
41.       Michael Cloud
42.       Doug Lamborn
43.       Fred Keller
44.       Brian Babin
45.       Bradley Byrne
46.       Bill Johnson
47.       Larry Bucshon
48.       Ted Budd
49.       Steve King
50.       Buddy Carter
51.       Debbie Lesko
52.       Scott DesJarlais
53.       Chuck Fleischmann
54.       Roger Marshall, M.D.
55.       Drew Ferguson
56.       Steven Palazzo
57.       Bruce Westerman
58.       Troy Balderson
59.       Steve Watkins
60.       Chris Stewart
61.       Greg Murphy
62.       Greg Gianforte
63.       Ben Cline
64.       Denver Riggleman
65.       Mike Kelly
66.       William Timmons
67.       Don Bacon
68.       Lee Zeldin
69.       James Comer
70.       Rick Allen
71.       Roger Williams
72.       John Joyce
73.       Steve Stivers
74.       Duncan Hunter
75.       Kevin Hern
76.       Jason Smith
77.       Russ Fulcher
78.       Paul Mitchell
79.       John Rose
80.       Ross Spano
81.       John Rutherford
82.       David McKinley
83.       Kelly Armstrong
84.       Brian Mast
85.       Billy Long
86.       David Schweikert
87.       Jodey Arrington
88.       Alex Mooney
89.       David Rouzer
90.       Ron Estes
91.       Austin Scott
92.       Richard Hudson
93.       Barry Loudermilk
94.       Chip Roy
95.       Michael Waltz
96.       Blaine Luetkemeyer
97.       Vicky Hartzler
98.       Jim Hagedorn
99.       Scott Tipton
100.     Lloyd Smucker
101.     Pete Olson
102.     Brad Wenstrup
103.     Andy Harris
104.     Adrian Smith
105.     Anthony Gonzalez
106.     Jack Bergman
107.     John Carter
108.      Darin LaHood
109.      Mike Bost
110.      Patrick McHenry
111.      Tim Walberg
112.       Clay Higgins
113.       Kevin Brady
114.       Neal Dunn
115.       Sam Graves
116.        Glenn Thompson
117.       Ted Yoho
118.       Dan Newhouse
119.       Amata Radewagen
120.       Gus Bilirakis
121.       Rob Bishop
122.       David Kustoff
123.       Dan Crenshaw
124.       Markwayne Mullin
125.       Doug LaMalfa
126.       Phil Roe
127.       Virginia Foxx
128.       Paul Cook
129.       Trent Kelly
130.       Tom Rice
131.       Bill Huizenga
132.       John Moolenaar
133.        Jim Baird
134.        Robert Aderholt
135.       Kay Granger


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