House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Cannot Answer Question When Asked “Who Is The Leader Of The Democratic Party?” (VIDEO)
SHE COULD NOT ANSWER BECAUSE THERE IS NO LEADER OF THE DEMOCRAT PARTY, ITS A RUDDERLESS SHIP …
How can it be that asking the question, who is the leader of the Democrat party be so difficult to answer? Such was the case for Nancy Pelosi when posed the question. Surprisingly, San Fran Nan could not even name herself. After all, she is the House Minority leader. In an attempt to answer this trick, gotcha question (sarcasm intended) she named former president Barack Obama, the man who lost the House, Senate, Governorships and state houses during his eight years and Hillary Clinton, the individual who lost a presidential election to a so-called unelectable opponent. The correct answer, there are no leaders. The Democrat party is in chaos with no direction, as the far LEFT socialist Bernie Sanders wing of the party battles the establishment.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi — who regularly alternates ‘least popular Congressional leader’ championships with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer — was asked by Anderson Cooper about the state of the Democratic Party. Who is its leader, the host asked, indirectly referencing the reality that voters have relegated Democrats to minority status virtually everywhere but a small handful of states. The first two names to pop into Pelosi’s mind were an ex-president who decimated the party over his tenure in office, and a failed presidential candidate who managed to lose to an allegedly unelectable opponent. Plus there are some other people, and stuff:
WOW … At Town Hall Nancy Pelosi Tells Adopted Woman Its About Choice, ‘Your Mom Should’ve Had The Choice To ABORT You’ (VIDEO)
WOW, WHAT A VILE AND CLUELESS WOMAN …
At a recent CNN town Hall, House Minority leader, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) made some bizarre comments to a question from a college student about abortion. The student is a young woman named Brianna Kristyn Roberts who happens to be adopted and tells her story about how she was given the chance to live and thrive. Brianna Kristyn Roberts asked, “Don’t you think everyone needs the ability to thrive and succeed in life?” Pelosi’s response … “You said my mother chose, my mother chose. And we want other people to have … that opportunity to choose as well.” Meaning, Pelosi just said to this woman that she should have had the choice to abort you too. Sick!
Brianna Kristyn Roberts: “I am part of the pro-life generation.I believe that abortion is not the answer for unplanned pregnancy.
“My birth mother was faced with a decision that many women today are facing. Without the means of properly raising a child, she chose the most ethical decision and chose adoption. With her courageous and unselfish decision, I now have the ability to thrive and succeed in life.
“Don’t you think everyone needs the ability to thrive and succeed in life?”
Nancy Pelosi: “You said my mother chose, my mother chose. And we want other people to have … that opportunity to choose as well,”
Nancy Pelosi Addresses Media after House Democrat Leadership Elections, Nov. 30, 2016 After Winning Minority Leader Again
Good Grief, all one has to do is watch and listen to the video below of Rep. Nancy Pelosi below and scratch your head as to how this woman was put back in power again for the Democrat party. In a time where America says drain the swamp, Democrats kept the status quo across the board. During a presser after the House Democrat Leadership Elections on Nov. 30, 2016, Pelosi blabbered on about something. Is this the change that America wanted? Hardly.
The Democrat party is now the party of the tone deaf and power-establishment elite.
TRUMP SAYS DRAIN THE SWAMP AND DEMOCRATS STAND FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT STATUS QUO …
If you ever want to know why Democrats lost the 2016 elections one has to look no further than how they have handled themselves following the election. Yesterday, in a closed door vote, House Democratic minority leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) held off a challenge to her long leadership reign, defeating Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) 134 votes to 63. After Democrats got hammered in the 2016 elections seeing them lose the White House to Donald Trump, continue to be in the minority in the House and Senate, lose governorship’s and state house elections, the party that refuses to listen to the people opted to keep Pelosi and her top lieutenants, Reps. Steny Hoyer (MD) and Jim Clyburn (SC). This is just remarkable. The Democrat party is no longer the party of the middle class and blue collar people, its the party of the power elite who are so far out of touch with the American people. Democrats in Washington appear to like the swamp and just voted back in the establishment just after a referendum election against the establishment. Just how clueless is the Democrat party, the GOP is certainly rejoicing.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Wednesday fended off a challenge to her long leadership reign, defeating Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) in a closed-door vote prompted largely by Donald Trump’s unlikely ascension to the White House.
Pelosi got 134 votes to Ryan’s 63 — winning 68 percent of the votes after declaring before the election that she had the support of two-thirds of the caucus. The victory sends a message that while there’s a growing appetite for major changes in the party’s leadership structure and messaging tactics, it’s not strong enough to loosen Pelosi’s grip on a liberal-heavy group that’s rarely challenged her authority.
Ryan and his supporters had argued that the Democrats’ grim performance in this year’s elections — the latest in a string of cycles planting Republicans firmly in the majority — was a clear signal that Pelosi’s leadership strategy has failed to attract the broad coalition of voters required to return the Speaker’s gavel to the Democrats’ hands.
The critics pointed, in particular, to the party’s alienation of the middle-class Rust Belt workers, who flocked to Trump and secured victories for a long list of vulnerable Republicans down the ballot. Ryan, who represents an Ohio manufacturing district that’s struggled to keep pace with globalization and rebound from the Great Recession, said he was the right fit to make inroads with those voters.
Most Democrats disagreed, opting to keep Pelosi and her top lieutenants — Reps. Steny Hoyer (Md.) and Jim Clyburn (S.C.) — in charge of efforts to improve the party’s fortunes heading into the 2018 midterm elections.
NOW IF THE NEW YORK TIMES WANTS TO WRITE ABOUT DISARRAY, THEY MIGHT LOOK TO THE LEFT AND THE DEMOCRATS …
The House Democrats delayed their leadership elections until after Thanksgiving, Wednesday, November 30. Democrats are scrambling after the 2016 elections that saw them lose the White House and continue to be in the minority in the House and Senate. If the New York Times wants to write about a party in disarray, they might want to focus on the Democrats. It was supposed to be a glorious night and an all but sure thing, with a Hillary win, recapturing the Senate and picking up 10 to 20 House seats. None of it happened. Now Democrats are scrambling. They are looking for a new DNC chairperson and possibly new leadership in the House. Note to NY Times, that would be called disarray.
Nancy Pelosi’s hold on the House Democratic Caucus is being tested.
Fresh off an Election Day embarrassment, and facing an uprising from her rank-and-file members, Pelosi grudgingly agreed to postpone leadership elections scheduled for Thursday. Democrats will now vote for their leaders on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
The delay is designed to give Democrats time to figure out why they failed to make bigger gains against a Republican ticket led by Donald Trump. Instead of picking up the 10 to 20 seats they had once hoped — or even the majority they secretly dreamed about — Democrats have netted only a half-dozen seats so far, with some races still to be called.
This poor showing has led to a serious round of finger-pointing among Democrats. The culprits range from Hillary Clinton to FBI Director James Comey to their own leadership’s failure to craft an economic message that would appeal to rural white voters.
Pelosi doesn’t appear to be in any serious danger of being ousted. For starters, no one has come forward yet to challenge her, though Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) is cautiously weighing a bid for minority leader.