VIDEO: House Republican vows ‘criminal’ Adam Schiff ‘will be held accountable’

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Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) called Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) a “criminal” as she seeks to charge him with a $16 million fine.

“He’s a criminal. What he did was wrong. And, Adam Schiff, you will be held accountable,” Luna told Fox News’s Sunday Morning Futures.

Luna alleged that Schiff lied to the American public when he claimed he stumbled across “more than circumstantial evidence” that former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign colluded with Russia to win the election. Special counsel John Durham’s report, released last month, concluded that “neither U.S. law enforcement nor the intelligence community appears to have possessed any actual evidence of collusion in their holdings at the commencement of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation,” which investigated alleged Russian interference in the election.

“We are going to fine that man $16 million for using his position to lie to the American people and ultimately push something that not only destroyed our country, ripped us apart, but also too was responsible for almost, I believe, maybe even potentially permanently damaging foreign relations,” Luna said.


Schiff casually brushed off the motion and declared that he will not back down.

“MAGA extremists just filed a motion to censure and fine me $16 million because I stood up to Donald Trump and his allies. They’re 8 days away from defaulting on our debt, but Speaker McCarthy and his MAGA allies would rather try to silence me. But I’m not backing down. Ever,” Schiff tweeted.

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