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173 Repubs Move to Condemn Schiff

Added: Sunday, October 20th 2019 at 9:57am by us2nomads
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173 House Republicans Move to Condemn Adam Schiff as Floor Vote Approaches
Sean Moran18 Oct 20198,128

One-hundred and seventy-three House Republicans have backed a motion Friday to condemn House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) as Republicans remain poised to force a vote on the bill next week.

Over 170 House Republicans, or 88 percent, have cosponsored House Freedom Caucus Chairman Andy Biggs’ (R-AZ) H. Res. 604, according to a list obtained by Breitbart News. As of Friday night, only 24 House Republicans have yet to cosponsor the bill. H. Res. 604 would condemn Schiff for reading a fictional phone call between Zelensky and Trump into the record.

Schiff also allegedly lied about having never spoken to the Ukrainian intelligence officer “whistleblower.”

Rep. Biggs wanted to force a vote on the legislation this week but delayed the move after House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings (D-MD) passed away. The Arizona conservative will reportedly force the vote Monday night.

The legislation to condemn Rep. Schiff has quickly gained support from House GOP across the political spectrum. House Freedom Caucus conservatives, moderates, and House Republican leadership have all cosponsored the legislation.

Since Biggs introduced the legislation in late September, the bill quickly gained 18 cosponsors. Now, the bill features support from 88 percent of the House Republican Conference.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA), and House Republican Conference chairwoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) have sponsored the resolution to condemn Schiff.

The 173 House Republicans who have cosponsored Biggs’ resolution to condemn Schiff are:

    Kevin McCarthy
    Steve Scalise
    Liz Cheney
    Tom Emmer
    Mark Meadows
    Jim Jordan
    Matt Gaetz
    Mark Walker
    Elise Stefanik
    Doug Collins
    Mike Rogers
    Steve Womack
    Jim Sensenbrenner
    Mike Johnson
    Gary Palmer
    Mark Green
    Jeff Duncan
    Mo Brooks
    Scott Perry
    Greg Steube
    Guy Reschenthaler
    Rick Crawford
    Michael Burgess, M.D.
    Paul Gosar
    Bill Posey
    Warren Davidson
    Bob Gibbs
    Jody Hice
    Ralph Norman
    Ron Wright
    Louie Gohmert
    Lance Gooden
    Ralph Abraham
    Jim Banks
    Daniel Meuser
    Bill Flores
    Randy Weber
    Tim Burchett
    Dan Bishop
    Daniel Webster
    Michael Cloud
    Doug Lamborn
    Fred Keller
    Brian Babin
    Bradley Byrne
    Bill Johnson
    Larry Bucshon
    Ted Budd
    Steve King
    Buddy Carter
    Debbie Lesko
    Scott DesJarlais
    Chuck Fleischmann
    Roger Marshall, M.D.
    Drew Ferguson
    Steven Palazzo
    Bruce Westerman
    Troy Balderson
    Steve Watkins
    Chris Stewart
    Greg Murphy
    Greg Gianforte
    Ben Cline
    Denver Riggleman
    Mike Kelly
    William Timmons
    Don Bacon
    Lee Zeldin
    James Comer
    Rick Allen
    Roger Williams
    John Joyce
    Steve Stivers
    Duncan Hunter
    Kevin Hern
    Jason Smith
    Russ Fulcher
    Paul Mitchell
    John Rose
    Ross Spano
    John Rutherford
    David McKinley
    Kelly Armstrong
    Brian Mast
    Billy Long
    David Schweikert
    Jodey Arrington
    Alex Mooney
    David Rouzer
    Ron Estes
    Austin Scott
    Richard Hudson
    Barry Loudermilk
    Chip Roy
    Michael Waltz
    Blaine Luetkemeyer
    Vicky Hartzler
    Jim Hagedorn
    Scott Tipton
    Lloyd Smucker
    Pete Olson
    Brad Wenstrup
    Andy Harris
    Adrian Smith
    Anthony Gonzalez
    Jack Bergman
    John Carter
    Darin LaHood
    Mike Bost
    Patrick McHenry
    Tim Walberg
    Clay Higgins
    Kevin Brady
    Neal Dunn
    Sam Graves
    Glenn Thompson
    Ted Yoho
    Dan Newhouse
    Amata Radewagen
    Gus Bilirakis
    Rob Bishop
    David Kustoff
    Dan Crenshaw
    Markwayne Mullin
    Doug LaMalfa
    Phil Roe
    Virginia Foxx
    Paul Cook
    Trent Kelly
    Tom Rice
    Bill Huizenga
    John Moolenaar
    Jim Baird
    Robert Aderholt
    Kay Granger
    Andy Barr
    Vern Buchanan
    Tom McClintock
    Bob Latta
    French Hill
    Morgan Griffith
    Ken Calvert
    John Shimkus
    Susan Brooks
    Pete Stauber
    Carol Miller
    Jeff Fortenberry
    Brian Fitzpatrick
    Garrett Graves
    Michael Conaway
    Tom Cole
    Mike Simpson
    John Ratcliffe
    Glenn Grothman
    Jenniffer Gonzalez-Colon
    Will Hurd
    Adam Kinzinger
    Robert Wittman
    Steve Chabot
    Mike Gallagher
    Michael Guest
    Brett Guthrie
    Kenny Marchant
    Trey Hollingsworth
    Devin Nunes
    Frank Lucas
    David P. Joyce
    Mark Amodei
    Joe Wilson
    Don Young
    Thomas Massie
    Bryan Steil
    Tom Graves

Rep. Bob Latta (R-OH), the House Republican deputy whip, announced Thursday that he will back the motion to condemn House Intelligence Committee Chairman Schiff.

“His deliberate misrepresentation of the President’s phone call at a House Intel hearing was an attempt to shortchange what should be a fair, fact-based process,” Latta wrote in a tweet Thursday. “This is about fairness and doing what is right.”

    I've signed onto the @RepAndyBiggsAZ motion to censure Rep Adam Schiff. His deliberate misrepresentation of the President’s phone call at a House Intel hearing was an attempt to shortchange what should be a fair, fact-based process. This is about fairness and doing what is right.

    — U.S. Rep. Bob Latta (@boblatta) October 17, 2019

Sean Moran is a congressional reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.

User Comments

Is that ALL of the Repubs?  Any hold-outs?

So, 12% of Repubs are RINO's ?

24 RINO's who need to be removed in 2020?

I hope that the RNC is taking names.

Me, too.  Time to clean HOUSE, peeps!

Thank you for this list. I didnt know this.

Schiff is one despicable specimen.

With many helpers.

Indeed.

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