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Pelosi Will No Longer Stall Corona Virus Relief Package Cites “Having A New President” As Reason

After months of stalling the Democrat leader is ready to reach a deal on the smaller relief bill


Surprise, surprise everyone 

Democrats have stopped playing thier partisan games, and are finally looking to come to the table and reach a long overdue stimulus deal. 

One that does NOT include bailouts for democratic cities

The reason they feel so inclined to finally stop stalling? 

You guessed it. Biden being named as the president elect 

Check it out: 

Breitbart reported on the story

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday that Democrats would work with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on a smaller coronavirus relief package.

“What was then before was not more than this. This has simplicity. It’s what we’ve had in our bills,” Pelosi said, defending her position. “It’s for a shorter period of time but that’s ok now because we have a new president.”

For months, Pelosi has refused to negotiate anything beyond their $2.2 trillion funding bill that included bailouts for Democrat-led states. She said Friday that the development of an effective vaccine and Biden’s election prompted her decision to cut a deal.

The Red State Observer also had more details: 

Democratic House Speaker Marie Antoinette Nancy Pelosi finally admitted today what Republicans have alleged for months about why she held up an agreement between House Democrats and Senate Republicans on a coronavirus relief package:

She wanted to wait until after the election when presumably Joe Biden would be declared the winner of the presidential race.

The stunning admission was made during her weekly press briefing with reporters this morning where questions were asked about the status of the Wuhan virus relief bill including on how soon she felt both sides could come to an agreement on the particulars.

Prior to the election, Pelosi and other Democratic leaders in the House balked at the Senate’s smaller bill and demanded much more. Now she says she’s open to a scaled-down bill in the interests of getting something passed soon


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