We’ve talked about how Nancy Pelosi has a shrinking window of time to get her radical plans done. Well, it looks like that window is shrinking even smaller.
Currently, Democrats hold the House by a slim margin. The difference is only a handful of seats. In only a year, Americans will be voting on new representatives. Democrats lost seats in 2020, as Republicans gained. It won’t take much for Republicans—who are on a roll—to capture enough seats to ensure Pelosi will never again be Speaker of the House.
That’s the main reason Democrats appear driven like hell to get their agenda done now. It’s why they are burning every bridge with Republicans and voters to force through massive spending plans. And it’s why they are goading Joe Biden to support radical, far-left plans a moderate like him would have never dreamed of supporting.
But all these insane measures aren’t helping Democrats. Americans are growing angrier by the day, watching Democrats sabotage our country. Many will be champing at the bit to vote them out. And now, Pelosi will have even fewer candidates going into 2022. Because so many Democrats are abandoning ship.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) hopes of maintaining her slim majority are dwindling as droves of vulnerable far-left Democrats look to exit the House.
A growing list of vulnerable House Democrats who face major redistricting or tough reelections look to exit the House, potentially costing Pelosi her already very slim majority…
Rep. Charlie Crist (D-FL) is the latest Democrat to explore a House exit…
Another blow to Pelosi’s hopes was the retirement of Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-IL), who was a former Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) chairwoman and one of Pelosi’s top lieutenants…
Pennsylvania Democrats Reps. Conor Lamb and Chrissy Houlahan are both considering Senate bids in the open seat after Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA) retires in 2022…
Earlier this year, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-AZ) and Rep. Filemon Vela (D-TX) announced their intent to retire, which would open the seats up for a competitive race. [Source: Breitbart]
I could go on, but you get the idea. Countless House Democrats are leaving their seats to either retire, pursue jobs outside of Congress, or seek doomed campaigns in the Senate or governorships. That means these Democrats, some of whom come from swing states and red districts, will be leaving their seats wide open for Republicans to grab them.
On top of that, we are looking at major redistricting in the coming year. After the census, several blue states lost seats, while red states gained. Conservative state legislatures will be drawing congressional districts, meaning even a few Democrats who aren’t leaving might lose their seat, as districts change.
Pelosi has more than an uphill battle to fight. She is facing impossible odds. Many of those exiting Democrats won’t have another liberal waiting in the wings to replace them. Meanwhile, in the last election cycle, thousands of young, up-and-coming conservatives registered to run for Congress. They will be ready to take these empty seats, giving Republicans a strong majority in the House.
Author: Tim Wesmere