McCarthy Suggests Adam Schiff Should Be Expelled From Congress

Kevin McCarthy, Republican House Speaker of California, suggested that Adam Schiff, Democratic Rep. of California from California, should be expelled from Congress following the release of the Durham Report on Monday.

McCarthy’s comments were made when McCarthy was asked by the media what the implications of the report might be.

McCarthy said, “We’re going to ask Durham to testify and we will look into it further.”

It raises serious questions about Adam Schiff. Remember when he said he was able to prove it? Remember when he said he didn’t even know who the whistleblower was? What did he do to Americans? “And lied openly to us?” He added.

“And now that’s been proven here as well?” “It raises many questions about just his character and his standing in Congress,” said he.

McCarthy concluded, “And whether or not he should be in Congress.”

The 300-page Durham Report found that the FBI was biased in its investigation of allegations of collusion between Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Russian government. Durham stated that the FBI launched the investigation before it had enough evidence to support the probe.

The FBI issued a short statement in response to the report, claiming it had already implemented changes that would help prevent future mistakes.

McCarthy repeated his allegations against Schiff when he appeared Wednesday on Fox News.

“They impeached America for a lie they knew. McCarthy said that Adam Schiff, the chairman of the Intel Committee, was lying to the American people day after day about having proof or needing proof.

Why is this person still in Congress? And why does he even think that he can run for a higher office, after all he has done? He added.

He then accused Hillary Clinton and Schiff of threatening American Democracy through their actions in relation to the Russian collusion probe.