For Nancy Pelosi this was a surefire way to gain a Democrat victory.
But it ended up backfiring horribly on her.
Nancy Pelosi betrayed Democratic voters with one underhanded political move.
Nancy Pelosi predicted before the election that she would expand the number of Democrats in Congress but she made a serious miscalculation.
More Trump supporters showed up to vote for him than last time and while the Democrats managed to find a number of Democrat votes in the inner cities rural America voted for Trump.
The Democrats have lost at least 10 seats in Congress.
Nancy Pelosi should take this as a huge personal rebuke of her leadership.
During the weeks leading up to the election she was holding up coronavirus aid to people whose lives have been affected by coronavirus lockdown policies.
Pelosi is getting through the lockdown with her $24,000 fridge filled with $12 ice cream and broke coronavirus restrictions in order for her to get a haircut.
She doesn’t understand the suffering that many people in America are feeling or she wouldn’t have blocked a GOP bill trying to alleviate lockdown suffering.
There are a number of American people in serious need.
“Last week, my local food pantry served 884 families,” Bethany Mandal wrote for the Washington Examiner. “Every week for the past three weeks, it had 100 more families than the week before coming to collect a box of processed food and produce from the county and donations. Before the pandemic, the same pantry served 80 to 100 families a month. Now, the distributions are weekly instead of monthly, and serving 10 times as many families. The recipients of the aid, according to officials at the pantry, are usually immigrant families, often newly jobless service workers. The response to COVID-19 of closing every restaurant and office has left them out of a job, and because of their immigration status, most didn’t even receive the initial stimulus checks — $1,200 that was supposed to make up for a lost job for six months and counting never even landed in their bank accounts.”
The coronavirus is especially hurting lower income minorities and women.
“Female-dominated industries, including healthcare, education, elder care, service, and hospitality, have been among the hardest hit by the COVID-induced recession,” Time reported in October. “When the pandemic first overwhelmed the U.S. in March and April, hospitals began furloughing nurses and medical assistants who primarily worked on elective procedures. Daycares, struggling with plummeting enrollment and skyrocketing overhead costs, laid off 250,000-plus workers. By April, 72% of housekeepers had reported being abandoned by all their clients. Restaurants, which lost all their dine-in business overnight, laid off their servers — 70% of which are women.”
Pelosi’s refusal to pass coronavirus relief hurt her constituents who are less fortunate than she is.
Her lack of compassion has seriously hurt congressional Democrats.
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