REPORT: House Intel members trying to get back to ‘bipartisan approach’ after Schiff and Swalwell removed

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A new era of the House Intelligence Committee may be dawning on Congress with the removal of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and the retirement of former Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA).

With both congressmen removed from the helm, many members of the House are hoping for less polarization and more unification. Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI) believes that the House Intel’s new chairman, Rep. Michael Turner (R-OH), is already working to improve relations on both sides, according to the Hill.

“That’s the goal,” Gallagher said. “I think we’ve got really good, thoughtful members. We’ve got the right leadership in Turner. And we’re trying to get back to that more bipartisan approach.”

On Jan. 24, Schiff and Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) were removed from the House Intelligence Committee by Speaker Kevin McCarthy. Nunes had retired from Congress in January 2022 to run the former President Donald Trump’s social media company, Tump Media & Technology Group.

Members that Republicans have appointed to the committee include Reps. Michael Waltz (FL), Dan Crenshaw (TX), and French Hill (AK).

Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) has not yet announced who he will appoint to the committee, however, Gallagher hopes to appoint “solution-oriented types.”

McCarthy claims that removing Swalwell and Schiff will lead to less division within the committee.

Waltz tweeted, “Extremely concerning to see the former Chairman of the Intel Committee use TikTok, aka Chinese spyware, to fundraise. This is exactly why Speaker McCarthy was right to remove him.” WATCH:

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  1. We need more Devin Nunes’s on every committee!! Too bad we lost him, but there are some good ones on there now. I sincerely hope.

  2. Hope that the House of Representatives, which Republicans hold the majority, DOES NOT give in to the Democrat liberals just to look bipartisan. Just my opinion.

  3. Oh hell no. There can be no unity with pro LGBTQ groomers, pedophilia sympathizers, open border, abortion activists. If you are willing to compromise on your beliefs, then your beliefs are fickle to begin with. That is not leadership. Unity is good but uniting with evil isn’t


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