Pelosi Blind as to Who Is More Popular than She Is

Barack Obama has had the delusion of self-grandeur. The same is true with Hillary Clinton, Maxine Waters, Charles Schumer and many other Democrats.

However, perhaps none of those are as delusional about their own self-grandeur than Nancy Pelosi. She is so engrossed in her own glory that she believes that Democrats will not only regain control of the House of Representatives after the midterm elections but she also believes that she will be the next Speaker of the House.

Pelosi’s delusion has blinded her to the reality that she is not nearly as popular as she believes she is or that Donald Trump is far more popular than Pelosi.

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Scott McGrew is an anchor on NBC San Francisco’s local news station.

He recently featured a piece explaining that local Congresswoman, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), recently declared that if the Democrats retake the House in the midterms, she will run for the position of Speaker of the House.

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In an interview with the Boston Globe released Tuesday, Pelosi guaranteed Democrats will take back the House in the 2018 midterm elections and that she would seek the speakership again.

“We will win. I will run for speaker,” Pelosi said. “I feel very confident about [it].”

Pelosi was pushed on the possibility of remaining in the minority, and she said she had “made a decision” to win…

If Pelosi had any sense of reality, she would discover that not only is she not nearly as popular as she believes she is but that her continued service in the House is actually damaging the Democratic Party and that many younger Democrats are trying hard to distance themselves from her. She is doing more harm than good to her political party, which isn’t a bad thing for conservatives.




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