Nancy, we didn’t know you.
Just kidding. Just kidding. You were hopelessly obsessed with Donald Trump from at least the moment he and Melania rode down that Trump Tower escalator on June 16, 2015, to announce Donald’s candidacy.
Nance, how can you say that?
Don’t let the door hit cha. You are the only thing that will make the House of Representatives work again.
The semiannual Pelosi deathwatch — congressionally speaking, of course — has been in a thing for several congressional terms, with Pelosi, in cockroach-like fashion, steadfastly refusing to “die.”
Reports suggest that Pelosi may be reelected. Finally “step down next year,” at the end of the 117th United States Congress.
Daily Mail reports that Pelosi, who has been in Democratic leadership for nearly 20 years, will step down as president in January 2023. Rep. Hakeem Jefries, the odds-on favorite, is set to take over the House Democrats.
Nancy Pelosi expected to ‘step down next year’: Democrats prepare for civil war between factions with Rep. Hakeem Jeffries the favorite to become the new leader https://t.co/VoDF82dQjP
— PatKane444 (@PKane444) January 4, 2022
It’s not surprising that the news is good, considering Pelosi had, in December, pledged to run for reelection. previous pledgeTo step down next year. It raises the musical question: “What the hell is happening here?”
While it doesn’t take a proverbial rocket scientist to understand the current state of the Democrat Party, the House Democratic Caucus, and the disastrous Biden presidency, the thought of Pelosi throwing in the towel is antithetical to everything we’ve seen from the Speaker we’ve come to know and loathe.
Here’s more, via Daily Mail:
Jeffries of N.Y. is the preferred candidate, however, Pelosi-Calif.’s debate about who will replace her could expose the wide divide between moderates or progressives.
The party’s future leaders may have differing ideas about how they will counter the GOP as they anticipate serious losses in midterm elections.
Interviews with over two dozen Democrats revealed that Pelosi still holds the respect of her leaders. However, many of them expressed desire to transcend the octogenarian leadership of Pelosi and Majority Leader Steny Hyer (Md.) as well as Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (S.C.).
In addition, the combined ages These areThree stooges at 244
Insufferable Rep. Pramila Jayapal, chair of the Congression Progressive Caucus, said she wants “more decentralized leadership.” Is it any wonder? Take note This “greatest hit”?
Check out what Congresswoman Pramila Japal was trying to do #railroad Trump in the 1st impeachment w/THE LIE Trump held back funds & pressured the Ukraine president to “manufacture evidence” against Joe & Hunter Biden?
— poetWOAgun (@poetWOAgun) January 4, 2022
Jayapal’s reference to “more-decentralized leadership” was as hilarious as it was a lie.
I think there was a ‘holding of power’ model that worked very well for a long time, and I think now it is more about a recognition of different centers of focus within the Democratic caucus that have to be brought in and brought together. Acceptance of decentralized leadership is necessary.
“More decentralized leadership.” Ain’t that something? If memory serves me, that’s pretty much what socialists-turned-communists-turned-totalitarian-dictators have said for nearly 175 years — from Karl Marx to Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Nikita Khrushchev, and on and on.
While I’m not suggesting (maybe) that the likes of PrAmila Jayapal, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Pressley, and other far-left loons are calling for full-blown Soviet-style totalitarianism, I amIt is clear that they want to end America’s existence as it exists now They will never stop.
Having said as much, I’m pretty sure that in the end, Pelosi was given an “either-or.” Who’d a thunk it? Particularly after the six years of TDS-filled years.
Similarly, noted Daily Mail, Illinois Rep. Brad Schneider — a so-called “moderate” in today’s age of admitted socialists and rabid left-wingers in the Democrat Party — said he wants to see a leader “who can pull the party together” like Pelosi.
It should be someone capable of pulling the party together. As Pelosi says: ‘Our diversity is our strength, and unity is our power.’ I want to make sure it’s someone who can hold that unity.
To be fair, Jeffries has clapped back at the party’s rabid left, telling The New York Times in August:
While the vast majority of voters are mainstream Democrats, the extreme left obsesses over talking about the mainstream Democrats on Twitter. [who are better, how?]At the polls.
In the post-Trump era, the anti-establishment line of attack is lame — when President Biden and Democratic legislators are delivering millions of good-paying jobs, the fastest-growing economy in 40 years, and a massive child tax cut.
Also, a typical Democrat. RedState colleague, streiff, asked this question early last year. Are Hakeem Jeffries Raving Lunatics or Mad because Someone Peed in His Office?
Hakeem Jeffries, a New York Representative is the House Democrat Caucus Leader. He’s a hardcore progressive and an ardent race-baiter. In short, Jeffries represents the Democrat caucus politically, and he’s not some loudmouth trying to make a career off social media postings.
By any standard, this is just batsh** crazy. There were no “enemy combatants” involved in the demonstration in the US Capitol than there were involved in sacking businesses across the country over a period of months this summer.
This is the same man who instigated riots and chaos all summer to try to undermine governments […]A small group of people disrupted a vote scheduled for the next day, causing upset.
Streiff goes on to detail “batsh** crazy” after “batsh** crazy” example of far-left lunacy of the likely next Democrat Congressional Leader.
She is now ready to leave (2021). New York’s own, Hakeem Jeffries is waiting in the wings ! pic.twitter.com/XDTa6ZVrJ7
— KRDport (@KeithRDavenpor1) October 25, 2020
Yes, America. Now you’re aware.
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