House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi seems to have forgotten that her job title has “minority” in it because she thinks Democrats are sweeping the Republicans and have “won every fight” against them.
This past weekend, Pelosi doubled down on a statement she made a couple of weeks ago. In a televised interview, Pelosi said she thinks Democrats are going to win back the House in 2018.
Pelosi is continuing to publicly push the narrative of how she expects Democrats to decimate Republicans in 2018. She’s also hoping to pick up a few Republicans along the way by offering the Democrats’ Papa John’s-inspired slogan, “Our better deal. Better jobs. Better pay. Better future.”
I think it’s time to schedule a mental health evaluation after Pelosi’s latest interview. On the New York Times’ podcast “The New Washington,” the liberal leader said the chances of her party taking back the House were “very excellent.”
Pelosi even hinted that she would have retired from her leadership position had Hillary won: “I thought Hillary Clinton would win and we’d have a woman president and so there would be a woman not at a seat at the table, but at the head of the table for the world.”
Her time has been over for a number of years. Nancy, thank you for your service but please retire. You are in the way.
No matter what someone may think of Pelosi personally, she is a drain on the party. She is so disliked by so many that all they need to do is mention her name to turn people against Democratic candidates.
Let me annotate: I used to be a Democrat voter, and I am no longer, so I can speak on this issue.
I'm not comfortable with the Paul Ryan 3rd in line to be President… but can't let Dems win back house… it will be Nancy Pelosi nooooo… pic.twitter.com/zIMt7MbPkM
— Redeemed Harvey † (@Har_vey007) August 25, 2017
Time for her and all elderly politicians to be gone!
We need young, educated, clear-speaking, healthy politicians with fresh ideas for the future for America because these elderly fools on both sides of the aisle won’t even see the future due to their ages!
One more thing, I can be honest about both sides with this statement which comes from the bottom of my heart: It’s really time for “all” of those dinosaurs, on both sides, to pass the torch.
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