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Resolution Introduced to Expel Democrat Congressman From House of Representatives

Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) on Wednesday introduced a resolution to expel Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) from the House of Representatives.

“Schiff lied to the American people. He used his position on House Intel to push a lie that cost American taxpayers millions of dollars. He is a dishonor to the House of Representatives,” Luna wrote.


“A MAGA Republican Member of Congress just filed a motion to expel me from the U.S. House of Representatives. I stood up to Donald Trump and held extreme MAGA forces accountable. Now they want payback. They’ll go after anyone who defends the rule of law,” Schiff said.


Anna Paulina Luna’s resolution comes days after the release of the full Durham Report, which concluded the FBI should never have launched its investigation into President Donald Trump.

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The 300 plus page report claims that the FBI used “raw, unanalyzed, and uncorroborated intelligence” when investigating Trump, while ignoring accusations against Hillary Clinton.

"Knowingly using your position on House Intel to push a lie that ripped apart our country, cost taxpayers millions of dollars, and authorized spying on a US President and then proceeding to double down on the lie within days of the Durham report coming out makes you unfit for office. Ethics should investigate," Luna noted.

In January, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) kicked Adam Schiff off the House Intelligence Committee.

From the New York Post:

The move had been long-anticipated, as McCarthy (R-Calif.) pledged to remove Schiff (D-Calif.) and Swalwell (D-Calif.) prior to the 2022 midterm elections if Republicans took control of the House. Earlier this month, McCarthy also signaled that he would make good on the pre-election promise.

Jeffries (D-NY) on Saturday called the pair of California Democrats “eminently qualified” to serve on the committee and claimed there was no “precedent or justification” for McCarthy to reject his request to seat them.

“I appreciate the loyalty you have to your Democrat colleagues, and I acknowledge your efforts to have two Members of Congress reinstated to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence,” McCarthy wrote in a letter to Jeffries on Tuesday.

“But I cannot put partisan loyalty ahead of the national security, and I cannot simply recognize years of service as the sole criteria for membership to this essential committee. Integrity matters more,” he added, arguing that “the misuse of this panel during the 116th and 117th Congresses severely undermined its primary national security and oversight missions – ultimately leaving our nation less safe.”


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