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WaPo: Nancy Pelosi “Expected” to Retire This Year


The era of Nancy Pelosi may be coming to an end.

For good.

Just this morning, the Washington Post broke the story that Nancy Pelosi is “expected” to retire.

Given her age, we’re not surprised.

But here’s the most interesting part.

Nancy is expected to retire immediately following the 2022 midterm elections.

This should tell you everything you need to know about the state of the Democrat party.

She clearly thinks the party is tanking.

It’s obvious that the Joe Biden regime is sinking faster than the Titanic.

So we don’t blame Nancy Pelosi for trying to bail out while she can!

The day after the midterms can’t come soon enough!

While Pelosi is reportedly planning on retiring in November, we wouldn’t be surprised if she retires sooner.

Especially if Biden’s regime continues to implode at such a rapid pace.

Breitbart confirms:

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) “is expected” to retire after the 2022 midterms, the Washington Post reported Monday.

While rumors have been swirling for months about Pelosi’s next moves amid projections the Republican Party is to retake the House in 2022, WaPo named several successors to replace Pelosi.

“Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (N.Y.) is the early favorite to become the next Democratic leader, but the maneuvering for power has just begun,” the publication reported, also mentioning as potential candidates Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD), and Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC).

“I think we want leadership that bridges some of the different ideological wings of the party, that is committed to listening to all of the perspectives, that will be capable of helping move the Senate or things that have stalled in the House,” Khanna told the Post. “But whoever it is, I hope they would adopt progressive positions and also listen to the broad caucus and build consensus.”

Though more senior members of the Democrat Party may be favored to win the speakership, Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), who represents the Congressional Progressive Caucus as chair, may also run for the position to cement the far-left atop Democrat House leadership.

The sad thing for Democrats is that their leadership is all very old.

Around Pelosi’s age.

For a party that “hates” old white men, a lot of old white men dominate the Democrat party.

Compare that to Republican party, which thanks to Donald Trump, is more vibrant, inclusive, and fresher than ever!

The red wave is real.

And the red wave is growing.

In fact, it might not even be a ‘wave.’

It might be a tsunami, hurricane, AND earthquake all at the same time.

We’re expecting record numbers this November.

So no wonder all the top Democrats want to retire!

Here’s more details from the Washington Post:

House Democrats are bracing for a turnover in leadership next year that would amount to a seismic event for the party — one that could empower a new, diverse generation of members while also exacerbating tensions over the direction of the caucus and the policies it should pursue.

After almost 19 years as House Democratic leader, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) is expected to step down at the close of this Congress, ending a historic career that included trying to end George W. Bush’s Iraq War, implementing President Barack Obama’s signature health-care law, impeaching President Donald Trump twice and squeezing President Biden’s sweeping agenda through a narrowly controlled House.

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (N.Y.) is the early favorite to become the next Democratic leader, but the maneuvering for power has just begun, and fights over who else should be on the leadership team could pit the ideological factions of the caucus against each other.

Whoever replaces Pelosi will face the daunting task of presiding over the increasingly tense debate about whether Democrats will be the party of the activist left or of a center-left coalition that can appeal to a broader segment of America in the struggle with an ever more populist and nationalistic Republican Party.

It’s a debate that is already raging as Democrats scramble to rescue the main pillar of Biden’s agenda that would expand education, health-care and climate change programs and has led to deep acrimony between liberal and centrist members about what the party has promised voters and what it will actually deliver.

The debate will only get more intense.

All this intra-party fighting can’t possibly be good for the Democrats.

Compare that to the Republicans, who are united behind President Trump!

November 2022 can’t come soon enough!

And after that?!

The 2024 comeback of Donald J. Trump will be here before you know it!


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