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WATCH: A very somber Adam Schiff says “we may all be moving to Canada soon”

Sounds like Adam Schiff isn't too confident in his dementia-riddled candidate Joe Biden.

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I thought Joe Biden was so far ahead in the polls that the election was over and Trump was quitting?

That’s what the fake news media has been telling me for over a week now.

They’ve been saying that a man who is clearly riddled with dementia and has a track record of failure and corruption is 247 points ahead in the polls…So if that’s the case, why is Adam Schiff somberly suggesting that everybody might be moving to Canada soon?

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Schiff’s little quip came during a House Intelligence Committee discussion on social media disinformation and election interference.

The gentleman at the start of the video a man who looks to be moderating says “…before we move to Canada…” He appears to be talking about “moving to Canada” in terms of shifting the conversation to someone from Canada or shifting the topic of conservation about Canada.

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But that’s when Schiff jumped in and cut him off, saying rather somberly, “We may all be moving to Canada soon.”

And he didn’t look too thrilled when he said it. He could barely muster a smile.

The comment comes in the first few seconds of the video.

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I think Adam knows that the Dems are in a tough spot. They’ve thrown a pandemic and riots at Trump and he’s still strong and plowing forward.

Maybe Schiff better get his bags packed – and I hope he brings some long underwear because winters in Canada are cold!

This piece was written by Missy Crane on July 3, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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