Just remember, the Democrats brought all of this on themselves.
The current war of words between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and progressives like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is being compared to the Tea Party disputes of the Republican Party.
And CNN is highlighting it.
CNN’s Dana Bash gave a report on the falling out between AOC and Pelosi and it seems, at least from a distance, that CNN is taking Pelosi’s side?!
Pelosi tried to put a stop on AOC and her cohorts from always tweeting how they felt on certain issues while trying to try reign in their socialist passion, but Ocasio-Cortez wasn’t having it.
Bash: “I was thinking it’s easy for people to look at this and say it’s women fighting amongst each other. But I could easily see this kind of dynamic going on with John Boehner, Paul Ryan, and the Tea Party,”
“Different players, different topics, but similar dynamics of leaders trying to make people get along and keep people in the fold. And it is a very big challenge. We knew it was going to be a challenge for Nancy Pelosi and other democratic leaders coming into this new majority,” Bash said.
Bash also noted how progressives like AOC are “marching to their own drum and they have a huge following on social media, they have a huge following beyond that and they feel empowered and emboldened by that.”
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I believe the Speaker controls committee assignments, Cortez might end up on some obscure committee that even her fellow representatives have never heard of if she doesn’t back off.
As much as I don’t like Pelosi, I have to agree with her on this one. AOC is just wrong – if she wants to help the children then the funding bill was the best way to go about it. By voting ‘no’ all AOC has done is prove to me that she’s just after the headlines. Not only that, I can’t believe I am about to say this too.
Pelosi is right about Twitter. People think they are important because of the constant praise from their online echo chamber and they don’t know how to handle criticism without attacking back like AOC always does.
Does anyone think this will settle down anytime soon?
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