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Several high-profile California Democrats have entered the race to succeed the late Sen. Dianne Feinstein, and it’s a race that could see Rep. Adam Schiff’s political career come to a grinding halt.
After Feinstein’s passing, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that EMILY’s List president Laphonza Butler would take over for her, but she has since said she isn’t interested in running for the seat next year. But California leftists are more interested in ‘diversity’ than in qualifications, so they are pressing for white Democrats to drop out of California’s Senate race, or they aren’t committed to diversity, the Washington Examiner reported.
Democratic Representatives Katie Porter and Schiff have already announced their candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of Dianne Feinstein. Author and podcast host Steve Phillips, however, argued that they should let U.S. Rep. Barbara Lee, a Black woman, take the lead to show they “care about diversity.”
“Time and again it has been shown that Black women are the heart and soul of the Democratic Party….
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