Pelosi Brags About Her “Operation” To Control Rebellious Citizens

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi revealed late this week that she has a plans to defeat the recall effort being waged against Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom, saying it was “her own operation.”

“We respect this,” Pelosi said about the recall effort to remove Newsom, “But we will defeat it,” Fox News said. “I want everyone to get out to vote,” Pelosi said. “I have my own operation going to get out the vote and call people to defeat this recall of our governor.”

Earlier in the week, Pelosi went to a press conference in San Francisco for the Biden White House’s American Rescue Plan and was asked to speak about the recall election, which is scheduled to start on Sep. 14.

“He has been a great governor, and I would like to see this, what I call a nuisance — but it’s a part of what you can do, so it is something we respect — but we all have to get out to vote,” Pelosi said. “Refuse the recall. It’s not good. It’s not good for our children or other living things,” she said, mentioning Newsom’s “breakthrough” agendas, such as free school meals.

There are 46 total candidates in the California recall race, Fox News said. Some of the Republicans running are conservative radio host Larry Elder, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, former Olympian Caitlyn Jenner, and businessman John Cox.

Pelosi is coming under pressure from both the left and the right. This week, far-left Democrats revealed they will oppose the infrastructure bill as long some Democrats and Republicans block amnesty for illegals.

Swing district House Dems are asking Pelosi to untie the infrastructure bill from amnesty.

These swing state Democrats within the Senate, such as Democrats Joe Manchin (WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (AZ), have warned against the budget including amnesty. And this week, Manchin stated he has “serious worries” with the plan, while Sinema showed her opposition last month.

The amnesty would cost taxpayers about $107 billion, though the price in lost or lowered wages for America’s middle and working class would likely increase that estimate significantly.

Author: Steven Sinclaire