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Shifty Schiff Blasted During Senate Candidate Debate

Republican candidate Steve Garvey publicly shamed Democratic Representative Adam Schiff of California during a senate debate on January 22. Many political experts predict a closer fight than most people anticipate between the two candidates vying for the seat vacated by the late Dianne Feinstein.

During one of his rebuttals, which Garvey shared on his Twitter account, the former professional baseball player said that Schiff’s words weren’t trustworthy, pointing out he was even “censured for lying.” Social media users stated that the moment was terrible for Schiff, as he remained silent live on air for a couple of seconds. The California Democratic representative replied that while it was true he was censored, the situation took place because he decided to stand up to a “corrupt president.”

The Republican had further accusations against Schiff and his colleagues, stating that they have consistently demonstrated a lack of interest in hearing the American people’s concerns. Additionally, he said that the Democratic lawmaker was attempting to utilize “arbitrary” demographic boundaries to drive a wedge between the American people.

Schiff responded to the allegations by saying he would do it “all over again” despite the fact that many people may view him as a liar and that Republican leaders like Garvey have been trying to discredit him because to his formal censure. His only action, he said again, was to stand in opposition to Trump and his administration.

As soon as he ceased speaking, the former former professional baseball player characterized the previous president’s blatant falsehood to 300 million Americans as an irreversible error, even if he was an opponent of the former president.

Due to his repeated assertions of the conspiracy theory surrounding Russiagate, which suggested a connection between Trump and the Kremlin, Schiff has been regarded as one of the most contentious Democrats in recent years. In the end, Special Counsel John Durham’s report proved that the Republican leader had no ties to the Russian government.

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