After Being Denied a Seat on the House Intel Committee, Adam Schiff Announces Senate Run

U.S. House Rep Adam Schiff (D-CA), who was recently denied a seat on the House Intel Committee, today announced that he will run for senate in 2024, a seat that is currently held by Democrat Dianne Feinstein.

The 89-year-old Feinstein has not announced whether she will run for senate again or not, but it seems that a pair of Democrats in the House aren’t waiting to find out.

U.S. House Rep Katie Porter (D-CA) has also announced that she plans to challenge for the seat as well.

After Porter entered the race, Feinstein said of her plans, “I will make an announcement concerning my plans for 2024 at the appropriate time.”

Schiff shared a video in a tweet regarding the announcement that referenced his pushback against former President Donald Trump less than 10 seconds in.

In the tweet, Schiff claimed, “Our democracy is at great risk. Because GOP leaders care more about power than anything else.”

“And because our economy isn’t working for millions of hard working Americans. We’re in the fight of our lives—a fight I’m ready to lead as California’s next U.S. Senator,” Schiff insisted.

In the video, Schiff referred to Trump as a “dangerous demagogue” who “tried to undermine our democracy.”

As we reported yesterday, Schiff raged in a tweet after Trump was reinstated by Meta to Facebook and Instagram.

“Trump incited an insurrection. And tried to stop the peaceful transfer of power. He’s shown no remorse. No contrition. Giving him back access to a social media platform to spread his lies and demagoguery is dangerous. @facebook caved, giving him a platform to do more harm,” Schiff declared.


  1. Just like that huh? Go get a real job you,entitled elitist…

  2. Just like that huh? Go get a real job you entitled elitist…

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