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Adam Schiff’s Plan to Radically Change The Supreme Court!

Adam Schiff, the former House Intelligence Committee Chairman, has been vocal about his disapproval of President Donald Trump’s replacement of retiring and deceased Supreme Court Justices. In a recent podcast interview, Schiff declared that the replacements were “stacking” the bench and vowed to expand the Supreme Court to favor Democrats. He argued that two of the justices did not belong on the Court and that if they did not expand it, it would not be unstacked in the next half century.

Schiff’s comments come shortly after he announced his run for U.S. Senate against Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein. Feinstein had announced her retirement earlier in February, but Schiff had already launched his challenge for her seat.

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In response to Schiff’s comments, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has remained firm in his decision to remove him from the Intelligence Committee. McCarthy has also been vocal in his support of President Trump’s Supreme Court replacements, citing their qualifications and experience.

Schiff’s comments have been met with mixed reactions from both sides of the aisle. Many Democrats have applauded his efforts to expand the Supreme Court, while some Republicans have argued that it would be a violation of the Constitution.

The debate over President Trump’s Supreme Court replacements is likely to continue for some time. With the 2022 midterms quickly approaching, it is likely that this issue will become a major point of contention between the two parties. It remains to be seen how this debate will play out in the coming months and years.

Regardless of how the debate plays out, it is clear that Adam Schiff’s comments have sparked a conversation about the future of the Supreme Court. His words have resonated with many Americans and have brought attention to an issue that has been largely overlooked in recent years. It will be interesting to see how this issue develops in the coming months and years.

The preceding article is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Townhall

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