Congress is an interesting place to say the least.
It’s always kind of cool to sit and look at what goes in Congress and think to yourself that these few hundred people make the laws for everyone else. Oh, and there’s more backstabbing than a classic Greek drama.
Even the most powerful people have to watch themselves because they know that they are always one step away from being out of power.
Pelosi is one of those people too. She cannot sit and look like she is complacent because there are people, even on their side of the aisle that is ready to take her down.
It looks like Nancy Pelosi’s tenure as the leader of the three-ring circus that is the United States House of Representatives may be coming to an end. The current Speaker at 80 years old, has been ‘leading’ the Democrats for years now.
Under her reign we have seen the party move drastically to the left, with some members of her caucus calling for lists of Trump supporters to be assembled, I assume not for Christmas cards to be sent to us ….
While Democrats are celebrating what they believe will eventually be a win for Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, many in the US House are furious about the position that have been placed in and the policy agenda that delivered them losses amongst their ranks.
During a three-hour phone call Thursday that featured high tensions and pointed talk, House Democrats took issue with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and the Marxist-Progressives who have executed a hostile takeover of the Democrat Party.
Some House Democrats blamed Pelosi, who is already being targeted by Democrats for her electoral failures, for the losses they suffered insisting that talking points like defunding the police cost them the opportunity to advance their numbers in the chamber.
“No one should say ‘defund the police’ ever again,” Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA), said passionately. “Nobody should be talking about Socialism.”
Spanberger continued saying perhaps the exact words that were on everyone else’s lips, saying if Democrats don’t change their messaging ahead of the 2020 midterm elections, “We will get f—king torn apart.”
An influential voice in the Democrat caucus, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-SC), was equally critical of the party’s 2020 General Election messaging. “If we are going to run on Medicare for All, defund the police, socialized medicine, we’re not going to win,” he said, according to a leaked transcript of the call.