Don’t Stop Believing: Pelosi Claims ‘She Will Be Speaker Again’, Smells a Good ‘Midterm Election’

God help us all!

It is looking like Nancy Pelosi might not be going anywhere and its the Republicans fault.

As the GOP is failing to deliver on key promises to their constituents, Pelosi thinks Democrats’ will end up becoming more successful with their prospects. Ultimately leaving this ‘Queen-bee’s’ dusty old-ass in the speaker’s chair.

Real Clear Politics reporter A.B. Stoddard, in an interview with Fox Business Network, said the 77-year-old House Minority Leader “believes she will be Speaker again.”

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“Democrats had their chance to get rid of Nancy Pelosi in November and they didn’t do it and that was their window,” Stoddard said.

“It’s too late now. She can smell a good midterm election for Democrats. She’s not going to step down. She believes she’ll be Speaker again,” the reporter added.

She isn’t the only one who believes it either. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich recently predicted she would win in 2019 if Republicans failed to pass sweeping changes for Americans.

During the interview Gingrich stated Republicans MUST focus on economic growth.

“They have got to pass by Thanksgiving, and get signed into law, by Thanksgiving, a very large tax cut, retroactively designed back to January 1 to make sure that we have enough economic growth in 2018. That Republicans can run as the party of prosperity, of jobs, of higher take home pay, and of economic growth,” Gingrich said.

Republicans “highest focus” should be getting the tax bill passed, said Gingrich.

“If we don’t have economic growth next year, I think we’re in real danger of having Speaker Nancy Pelosi in 2019,” Gingrich said.

Only if there is economic growth will Republicans retain power; according to the former speaker.


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