Earlier this week, far-left House Rep. Adam Schiff was ousted from the House Intel Committee by Kevin McCarthy, and it’s safe to say he’s not taking it well. Not only did he threaten revenge against McCarthy after the official ouster, but he has now started a TikTok account. In his first video, he whined about McCarthy’s decision and then he begged for donations.
“Hi I’m Congressman Adam Schiff with some troubling news,” Schiff began in a fake, somber tone.
“Today, Kevin McCarthy removed me from the house intelligence committee. All for doing my job for holding Trump accountable and standing up to the extreme MAGA Republicans. We knew it would be bad when the Republicans to go over but it’s far worse than we expected, but I can promise you this this is not the end of my fight for democracy. This is just the beginning. please join us and contribute today. Thank you,” he said.
LMFAO Adam Schiff posted his first TikTok after being removed from the Intelligence committee by Kevin McCarthy. pic.twitter.com/IQjwQYtvcQ
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) January 26, 2023
If you needed an explanation for why he was ousted in the first place, this tweet from Speaker McCarthy sums it up perfectly:
Adam Schiff lied.
– about Russian collusion
– about Hunter Biden's laptop
– about knowing a whistleblower
Eric Swalwell had a relationship with a Chinese spy.
They are disqualified from serving on the House Intelligence Committee. pic.twitter.com/yJ8S73QI7O
— Kevin McCarthy (@SpeakerMcCarthy) January 26, 2023
Since Schiff clearly has no future in the House of Representatives, he announced earlier that he’s going to give the Senate a shot.
“Our democracy is at great risk. Because GOP leaders care more about power than anything else,” Schiff said in a tweet. “We’re in the fight of our lives—a fight I’m ready to lead as California’s next U.S. Senator.”
Schiff is running for Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein’s seat.
A democracy at risk is when elected leaders conspire with Big Tech to censor their opponents.
Like you did.
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) January 26, 2023
Check out what Fox News reported:
Schiff was re-elected to a seventh term in November, now representing California’s 30th Congressional District. A high-profile lawmaker, he was the chairman of the House Intelligence committee between 2019 and 2022 and a foil for Republicans during the first impeachment investigation against former President Donald Trump.
His campaign announcement video highlights his record going after Trump, whom he refers to as a “dangerous demagogue.” Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appointed Schiff as a lead impeachment manager for Trump’s impeachment trial in 2020, and he led a team of seven House lawmakers who presented evidence to the Senate arguing in favor of convicting Trump on charges of abusing the power of his office and obstructing Congress and removing him from office.