Pelosi SNAPS At Simple Question – “I’m NOT”

Pelosi Snaps Over Basic Question

( – Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi appeared on CBS News’s “Face the Nation” last weekend where she refused to discuss whether she planned to remain in leadership after the Midterm elections.

When host Margaret Brennan asked Pelosi if she would remain in leadership when the new Congress is sworn in, Pelosi dismissed the question, saying she would not talk about that. Instead, Pelosi said she was there to talk about how Democrats will win the midterms and “the future of America’s working families.”

Pelosi claimed that Democrats will win “for the children,” adding that seniors, women of childbearing age, and people who care about the planet have a lot at stake in the midterm elections. She said she was pleased with the Democrat Party’s ground game so far with early voting currently underway.

Pelosi claimed that in the home stretch, the election is very close, but she feels confident that the “ownership of the ground is with us,” adding “it’s about getting out the vote.”

She claimed that the Republican Party doesn’t have a plan to bring down the cost of living or prescription drugs, which she laughingly claimed Democrats are working hard to deal with and have the legislation to show for it.

Pelosi claimed that the election has nothing to do with inflation, instead “it’s about the cost of living.”

How is it possible Nancy Pelosi doesn’t know that the rising cost of living has everything to do with inflation?

The 82-year-old Pelosi served as Speaker of the House from 2006 until 2011. Under her first stint as Speaker, Pelosi oversaw the biggest electoral bloodbath since 1994 when the Republican Tea Party revolution swept Democrats out of power.

She took up the Speaker’s gavel again in 2019 and it looks like she will once again oversee the biggest electoral bloodbath since the last time she was Speaker.

With Real Clear Politics average showing the Republican edge over Democrats climbing in the weeks before next Tuesday’s elections, at this point, the question isn’t whether Republicans retake the House, but how big a win will Republicans have.

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