As The Horn News reported Monday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., narrowly pulled out a win in her bid to remain the top dog among Democrats.
On the surface this may seem like a win for Pelosi and company.
But it was actually a gift for Republicans in Congress — a late Christmas gift with red bow on top.
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Pelosi’s narrow victory means she comes out of the vote vulnerable and weak.
Political pundits are already chattering that her slim victory has paved the way for the GOP to take over the House.
And according to critics, it could happen as early as 2022.
HotAir’s Karen Townsend reported on rumors that have already started over whether or not the longtime Speaker, at 80-years-old, will even be able to finish her term.
All eyes on 2022, where a dramatic shift in power is threatening to take place.
Liberal lawmakers are clinging to a narrow grip on the House majority in the first place thanks to Pelosi’s botched job back in the November elections when she let the radical agenda run many of the Democrats’ campaigns into the ground.
She very nearly paid the price among her Democratic cronies for it.
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But she didn’t seem to have learned from her mistake, as liberals picked up right where they left off, recently introducing a wonky bill to officially eliminate gendered family terms such as father and mother.
Townsend explains that policies like this, along with other Biden and radical-inspired propositions, will be the undoing of the Democrats’ hold on the House.
It’s almost as if Pelosi and the gang are trying to give the majority to the GOP.
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