Kinzinger and Schiff Share Delusion About New GOP Leader

If the Sunday evening shows this week are an indication, a handful of Democrat and default Democratic/Never Trumper lawmakers are slammed by the news that came out in the last week. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) entered “most likely” territory for the leader of the newly elected GOP House majority.

A new Lefty story has been sent out: employ defamation and smear tactics to intimidate McCarthy and spread the message that McCarthy would have to go to the Democrats to get votes in order to pass any legislation since he's bound to “Ultra MAGA” after the midterm elections. Not even kidding.

There's Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA). He is suffering from a severe back injury. He's likely to not get all the media attention that he's used to in the new Congress in the event that McCarthy removes him from committee assignments. He was interviewed by Jonathan Karl on ABC News' “This Week”:

“He's a very weak leader of his conference,” Schiff spoke to anchor Jonathan Karl on ABC's “This Week,” declaring that McCarthy is following Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene's (R-Ga.) direction.

“He will adhere to the wishes of the lowest common denominator,” Schiff said on the subject of McCarthy's plans to eliminate McCarthy, a California Democrat, from the Intelligence committee. “And if that lowest common denominator wants to remove people from committees…that's what they'll do.”

“It's going to be chaotic with Republican leadership,” Schiff said.

“Sadly, the kind of crazy caucus has grown among Republicans.”

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Nominal R-IL) was on CNN's State of the Union” program, and continued to increase the focus on the chaos under McCarthy suggesting that he'll be forced to compromise heavily (read: let Democrats get their way):

“….I wouldn't be shocked to learn that Kevin McCarthy has to cut deals with Democrats for a reason, something he must be aware of, as it is unlikely that he will get 218 votes for anything he'd like to get passed including funding from the government as he's got voters who won't say yes to everything.” 

The conservatives in Congress are looking to support legislation that is in line with their, and their fellow voters”conservative” beliefs? Get outta here! It's not enough to enjoy watching them laugh and marvel at their naked attempts at this.

In addition to Kinzinger, like Matt Margolis wrote on Sunday citing sources in an article in the Washington Times piece-both Schiff and Kinzinger appear to have impure motives:“A source close to McCarthy informed The Washington Times that Reps. Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell are likely to be removed from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Schiff has falsely claimed that he received intelligence suggesting that Trump had a relationship with Russia and also propagated the debunked Steele Dossier. Swalwell's ties to the Chinese spy led to many within the GOP demanding that they get rid of him. But the Democratic-led House was unable to agree.

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