I told him what I thought about the issues of the day. He listened intently and gave me his opinions. I’ve had positive vibes toward him and I see no reason to change.
I read the criticisms by McGinnis of Schiff and I don’t feel they have any validity.
He got good marks from fellow congressmen and congresswomen, and has done nothing untoward.
He is seemingly a moderate Democrat philosophy.
However two points by McGinnis have merit.
Partisan gridlock is a problem in Congress and incumbents are generally re-elected. But this is the voters’ fault.
Congressmen and women are not appointed. They are reelected by their constituents who should pay more attention to the issues of the day.