Adam Schiff Sniffing Around for California State Job
Having Schiff out of the Capitol would be a boon to the GOP.
There are few members of Congress who annoy the average American conservative more than Adam Schiff, House Intel Committee Chairman.
Schiff was the driving force behind the first Trump impeachment, and cultivated infamy for the way in which he steered many of the procedural hearings into secretive, classified spaces, controlling what information got out to the public at large.
Now, as the State of California continues to work toward recalling their Democratic Governor, Schiff is believed to be asking around about a job back home.
Schiff is allegedly working behind the scenes to lobby California Gov. Gavin Newsom to appoint him as the Golden State’s next attorney general, Axios reported Tuesday night, citing sources familiar with the situation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., supports the move, Politico added.
The seat will soon open up if its current occupant and President Biden’s nominee for secretary of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra, is confirmed. It was once held by Vice President Kamala Harris, before her election to the U.S. Senate.
Having Schiff out of the Capitol would surely be a boon to business for the GOP, who’ve been butting heads with him on a fairly regular basis for years now.
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