It’s no secret that Adam Schiff and Donald Trump don’t get along. In fact, at times it feels as though the two completely loathe one another, with the California Democrat consistently accusing the Commander in Chief of some nefarious or nasty nonsense.
For his part, Donald Trump has alternated between chiding Schiff for his height, or calling him “pencil neck”.
Like I said, the two don’t seem to get along very well.
Now, however, Schiff has ratcheted up his rhetoric, and is claiming that President Trump might force he and many others to renounce their American citizenship and head north.
Rep. Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence committee, said Monday that he might want to move to Canada, during a discussion about disinformation and election interference on social media platforms.
“We may all be moving to Canada soon,” he said during a forum on “Social Media Disinformation and Election Interference,” organized by George Washington University.
The California Democrat made the comment before the moderator moved the discussion to Dominic LeBlanc, a member of the Canadian Parliament.
Schiff, who was one of the House’s impeachment managers in the case against President Trump, said he remains most concerned about Russian interference on social media heading into the November election and big tech’s handling of the issue.
Schiff was one of the premier architects of the Democrats’ “formal impeachment inquiry” against Donald Trump, and was infamous for conducting business in secretive, clandestine hearings deep in the sub-basement of the Capitol.
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