Pelosi's Announcement About Running Again in 2024 Gets Ratioed to the Moon

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After the Republicans won the majority back in the House, one of the consequences of that win that pleased me and so many other people was that Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) got her walking papers as Speaker of the House. She was still in office, but without the same power and position from which she launched a thousand failures. And you would think that at 83 years old, she might finally want to trundle off into the sunset. 

But unfortunately, Pelosi announced on Friday that she intends to run again for election. Pelosi said:

Now more than ever our City needs us to advance San Francisco values and further our recovery. Our country needs America to show the world that our flag is still there, with liberty and justice for all. That is why I am running for reelection — and respectfully ask for your vote.

I think the only good thing about that statement was she didn’t say that she was “doing it for the children.” 

It seems like Pelosi has been in office since the year one. It must seem like that to Joe Biden as well, who said that she had helped “rescue the economy” during the “Great Depression.” 

Remember, Joe Biden is younger than she is — so that means everything is fine, according to Pelosi. 

Yes, she’s been around a long time but not quite that long. And it’s long since time that both she and Joe Biden retire. Why anyone over 80 would want to be in such jobs is beyond me, when they could be enjoying themselves. But perhaps it’s about being addicted to money and power. Perhaps she thinks that Joe Biden will win in 2024, and she can be Speaker again, winning back her power. I wouldn’t bet on that if I were her. 

She wants to “further our recovery”? How long has she been in office and what exactly has she done to improve anything? She can’t further a recovery if she hasn’t done one thing for a recovery. She’s been in office for more than 36 years, since 1987. 

But let’s talk a little bit about those “San Francisco values” that Pelosi mentions. Her district is a pit hole of drugs and crime, a once beautiful city overrun because of bad Democratic policies. She wants to share those horrible values with the country. Meanwhile, she insulted millions of Americans who support former President Donald Trump saying that “we” don’t share “their values.” 

As Ari Fleischer noted on Fox, we don’t want her “San Francisco values” in the rest of the country. 

But there’s more. It’s not about holding onto her power, you see; it’s her gift to the people that she’s running again. 

As someone suggested to me after reading her quote, that probably should be spelled “grift,” not gift.

Need we remind her that workers are being told to stay home from the federal building named after her in San Francisco because it’s too unsafe for them to go to work? That’s what she’s done to San Francisco; that’s her legacy. 

Reactions are flooding in, and I think it’s safe to say many think she should have left long ago. She got ratioed, big time. The hidden replies to her announcement are the best.  

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