Old Pencil Neck Adam Schiff is angling to take over Pelosi's spot as leader of Democrats in the House
· · Jul 28, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Multiple Democrats are vying for top spot after this coming election cycle.

Nancy Pelosi looks to step down from leadership after the Dems are absolutely wiped out this November, and a certain pencil-necked individual is looking to throw his hat into the ring to be minority leader.

Yep, the Russian collusion liar himself thinks he would be the perfect person to lead the failing Democrats.

Because after being wiped out in the 2022 elections there's nothing the Democrats need more than some Trump-obsessed loser to take the mantle of the party.

From WaPo:

This account of Schiff's recent efforts is based on interviews with eight lawmakers and 18 staff members and lobbyists familiar with leadership dynamics, all of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

If he can amass enough interest in his candidacy, Schiff would upend a race that was considered largely set, challenging a variety of Democrats gunning for the top spot, including possibly Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.) and Rep. James E. Clyburn (D-S.C.), and Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.), who has positioned himself among members as Pelosi's heir apparent and represents a new generation of Democrats.

Many Dems are favoring Jeffries, who's a much more progressive Democrat.

Schiff is hoping his position as the anti-Trump democrat will carry him to leadership.

Apparently, the Dems don't care about the fact that the entire Russian collusion narrative was false and Schiff lied and made his entire career off the lies.


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