It’s already shaping up to be a very happy new year, after all. Biden’s approval rating is taking the entire Democratic party down with him and rumor has it, we could all be rid of Speaker Nancy Pelosi once and for all.
I first saw this on Breitbart, and a quick search showed this same “rumor” is circulating everywhere. Pelosi is reportedly planning to finally retire—Someone pinches me.
“Rumors of Pelosi’s retirement come as two staffers abandoned Pelosi’s office in December, a pattern that suggests Pelosi may retire after the 2022 midterms.
The Post is not the only media outlet to speculate about Pelosi’s retirement. CNN reported in November Pelosi may honor her promise and retire because of the unlikelihood of the Democrats’ ability to retain the House.
In August, Atlantic magazine reported Pelosi will resign from her leadership role. “Sometime in the not-so-distant future, probably after next year’s midterm elections, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will announce that she’s stepping down” the article read.”
“Former top Pelosi staffer Nadeam Elshami also told CNN Pelosi is keeping her reelection plans “close to the vest” and that “[n]o one knows” if she will run for reelection, despite suggesting she would not.”
“If Pelosi does not run, her daughter has been rumored to have interest in Pelosi’s San Francisco House seat. Of course, the daughter would not be the speaker of the House upon winning, yet it would presumably make sense for Pelosi’s daughter to run, having her mother’s campaign funds at the ready and name ID.
Pelosi’s daughter could also presumably function as her mother’s lasting voice in Congress.”
“Republicans are expected to flip the House by a large margin. With Democrats holding approximately a five-seat advantage, Republicans must win at least six seats to retake the House. State redistricting and failed Democrat policies of high crime, immigration, inflation, and the coronavirus are reportedly factors in Republicans’ chances.”
Put a little pep in your step, patriot. This is the year to turn this whole mess around. First with the midterms and then on to the 2024 election.