Just Weeks Before Election, Democrat Adam Schiff Goes On HBO And Says He Supports ‘Doing Away With Electoral College’

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Trending Politics reports that Rep. Adam Schiff revealed over the weekend that he would “favor doing away with the Electoral College system.”

“I think we’re better off focusing on discrete amendments to the Constitution to overturn Citizens United and make sure that we can have elections untampered or uninfluenced by excessive expenditures and dark money,” Schiff said.

“And I would favor doing away with the Electoral College system.”

“I think we’re better off focusing on discrete amendments to the Constitution to overturn Citizens United and make sure that we can have elections untampered or uninfluenced by excessive expenditures and dark money. And I would favor doing away with the Electoral College system,” Schiff said.

“This is the problem, I don’t have any confidence frankly that we could improve on the word product of the framers with the crowd we have today. So I like it in theory,” Schiff added.

How about this, we can discuss, and ONLY discuss, the ramifications of doing away with the Electoral College, if and only if we successfully do away with Schiff.

Let’s be honest, once we do away with Schiff, there will be nothing further to discuss anyways. The Electoral College upholds a fair determination for counting votes, in regards to balancing the immense differences in populations from state to state.

Regardless, you know Trump’s re-election is in the air when the Democrats scramble to take away any and all other possibilities of Trump winning again.

Commentary and Opinion from Trending Politics:

California Democrat

Schiff said that he supports a rewrite of the U.S. Constitution and amendments that would abolish the Electoral College, but he claimed that today’s Republican Party would likely hijack the process.

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The California Democratic congressman said he would prefer to use “discrete amendments” to the Constitution that would overturn controversial money-in-politics Supreme Court rulings like Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.

Maher said any changes to the Founding Fathers’ framework is difficult because many Americans believe the constitution was “literally delivered by Jesus.”