As Democrats continue to witness alarming poll numbers for the upcoming election, dirty Dems like Adam Schiff fundraise in Europe in a desperate bid to stop Trump-endorsed candidates from unseating Democrats and RINOs across America.
In a newly released video, Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff (CA) can be seen at a fundraiser in Paris for Democrat congressional candidates. The video was shared on Twitter by Nathan Souler, a legislative aide for Republican candidate for US House of Representatives and current New York Assemblyman Mike Lawler.
The fundraiser was for the DCCC (Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee) and according to the screenshot of the invitation shown below was held by former Ambassador (retired) Chad Leat, James Duff and Philip Kean with Rep. Adam Schiff and DCCC Chairman Sean Patrick Maloney.
Chad Leat is a former Citibank executive who recently donated $1 million to his alma mater, the University of Kansas, to support LGBTQ students.
There’s even video of him and Schiff on a balcony in Paris sipping wine and eating hors d’œuvres. pic.twitter.com/9YBMziF0fE
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— Nathaniel Soule (@nsoule15) October 9, 2022
According to the Daily Mail- A similar invitation was sent out for a fundraiser in Geneva, Switzerland on October 3.
DCCC spokesman Chris Taylor told DailyMail.com that Maloney has been on a fundraising tour to ‘help stop MAGA Republicans.’
‘Chairman Maloney has been on a 10 city, 10 day fundraising swing raising millions of dollars for candidates who will help stop MAGA Republicans who want to pass a national abortion ban from gaining control of Congress,’ Taylor said.
City & State NY reports that the five-term Democrat and DCCC chair is facing a difficult reelection battle against Republican Assembly Member Michael Lawler in a Lower Hudson Valley district. Maloney wants a convincing win to prove his vision for winning suburban swing seats and determining Democratic dominance. His opponent, Mike Lawler wants to provide a critical punch of the election cycle, helping to flip the House for the GOP by unseating the man whose job it was to keep it.
This matchup, like so many others in the Empire State, was born of the redistricting fracas. The sharply divided redistricting commission couldn’t come to an agreement on maps, so the Democratic-dominated state Legislature drew its own and passed them into law. Maloney was gearing up to run against Orange County Assembly Member Colin Schmitt when the state’s highest court tossed out the congressional map because it was gerrymandered. A court-appointed special master drew maps prioritizing competitive races and shook up Maloney’s plans.
A photo of Maloney, purportedly in Paris, was shared by his midterm opponent for New York’s 17th Congressional District.
— Mike Lawler (@lawler4ny) October 9, 2022
While the Senate is more of a toss-up, the GOP is still expected to retake the House with a candidates benefitting from newly-redrawn Congressional maps and endorsements from Donald Trump.
Republicans currently have 212 House members, and there are 220 Democrats. Just 218 members are needed for a majority.
The GOP is poised to go into the next Congress with 223 House members compared to 212 for Democrats, according to CBS News’ most recent battleground tracker.