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BREAKING: Pelosi's FURIOUS As Kevin McCarthy PREDICTS Dems Will LOSE House(REPORT)!!!


BREAKING: Pelosi's FURIOUS As Kevin McCarthy PREDICTS Dems Will LOSE House House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy boldly predicted Friday that, Democrats will lose the majority in the House of Representatives this cycle with Bernie Sanders at the top of their ticket, because, they focused entirely on impeachment instead of working on issues, and the party has surrendered to the socialists McCarthy weighed in on the warnings from within the Democratic Party that, a Sanders nomination could endanger their hold on the House under Nancy Pelosi

McCarthy would be in line for the speakership should the chamber flip — and he eagerly played up those internal party tensions McCarthy was asked if the Democrats nominate Democratic socialist Sen Bernie Sanders will they lose the House McCarthy said, “that lies with the American public I think they’re going to lose the House because, they made a promise to the American public that they would be different, that they would work with the other side, that they would work on issues, and in the moment in time when they had an opportunity, they squandered it

They selected their committee chairs based upon impeachment They focused the entire time based upon impeachment, and they failed That’s why there’s an internal civil war not just inside Congress itself” “The Democrats have surrendered to the socialists There is a reason why Bernie Sanders is going to become their nominee, and that’s because this is no longer the Democratic Party — this is a socialist Democratic Party

With AOC, Rep Rashida Tlaib, Ilan Omar — they don’t call themselves Democrats They call themselves socialist Democrats” McCarthy said that, ''President Trump allies hammered the message that, his administration and campaign are fighting for America against socialism, represented by Democratic figures like Sanders This is where the party has gone

That’s why they’re going to lose the majority McCarthy touted the accomplishments of the Trump administration, saying that with four more years of President Trump the next century would be ours

'' When asked whether he believed Sanders would be the Democratic nominee, McCarthy said, ''He is a figure that best represents the current state of the party The Democrats are going to nominate who they think best represents them And I think, as today’s socialist Democratic Party, Bernie is their person who represents them best” McCarthy said, many Democrats have expressed displeasure with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep Adam Schiff

He pointed to the defection of Rep Jeff Van Drew from the Democratic Party to the GOP as an example of the Democrats’ displeasure with Democratic leadership McCarthy said, “I mean I talk to many Democrats who come to me, who are very upset with the speaker and with Adam Schiff that Adam Schiff lied to them as well, started with the fruit from the poisonous tree, that he was a failure from the beginning There’s no better sign than seeing that they actually lost a member of their own party move to the Republican Party” "Now that has happened in the past, but not from the basis of moving from the majority to the minority

It’s usually moving from the minority to the majority, and so yeah, that’s a big indication of why they would lose, because they have not accomplished what they promised They did not focus on it, and they lied to the American public” As far as Sanders is concerned, McCarthy imagined what the senator’s cabinet would look like based on those who are supporting him He wondered whether it would be comprised of members of the so-called squad – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, and Ilhan Omar McCarthy said, “Now Bernie Sanders think about what would be his cabinet

AOC, Tlaib, Omar They are those who are backing him Those are the ones who gave Bernie Sanders a rise in the polls That’s just another indication that this is not the Democratic Party we know of the past This is a new socialist Democratic Party, and those aren’t my words

That’s what AOC calls herself, same as Bernie Sanders, and that’s probably where they’re going to end up in the nomination” Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist is leading the Democratic presidential primary field in the delegate count and national polling, prompting warnings from party members and especially his nomination rivals that he could hurt the party down ballot if nominated Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg told MSNBC that, “Sanders will flip the House back to the Republicans” Mayor Pete Buttigieg warned that, ''Sanders' potential nomination would damage Democrats across the board in November I’ll tell you exactly what it adds up to

It adds up to four more years of Donald Trump, Kevin McCarthy as speaker of the House, and the inability to get the Senate into Democratic hands The time has come for us to stop acting like the presidency is the only office that matters Not only is this a way to get Donald Trump reelected, we got a House to worry about We got a Senate to worry about” Sanders, however argues that, his message of government-funded health care for all and drastically expanded benefits covering education, and more resonates with much of the country

Sen Elizabeth Warren too argues that such a progressive message is widely popular, while making the case that she's the better choice to accomplish it The liberal media are terrified of the truth, especially when it leads to uncomfortable questions about their own leftist worldview Democrats pulled off a huge upset in the House in the 2018 midterm elections, flipping 40 previously GOP-held House seats, and allowing Democrats to both pursue important legislative initiatives and impeach Trump But as Sen

Bernie Sanders gains momentum in the race to win the Democratic nomination for president, some Democrats fear his unprecedented candidacy could end up hurting Senate, House, and state legislative candidates all the way down the ballot To put it simply, it's far too early to decisively declare whether or not a Sanders candidacy would be a killer for down-ballot Democrats, and cost them control of entire legislative chambers While Sanders seems in the strongest position at the moment, only three states accounting for about 3% of delegates have voted in the Democratic nomination process so far, meaning his nomination isn't close to being guarateed yet House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and the minority leader Senator Chuck Schumer hear constant warnings from allies about congressional losses in November, if the party nominates Bernie Sanders for president Democratic House members share their Sanders fears on text-messaging chains

Bill Clinton, in calls with old friends, vents about the party getting wiped out in the general election Others in the party view Mr Sanders as such an existential threat that they see stopping him from winning the nomination as less risky than a public convention fight Many feared that putting Mr Sanders on the top of the ticket could cost Democrats the political gains of the Trump era, a period when the party won control of the House, took governor’s mansions in deep red states and flipped statehouses across the country

Representative Josh Gottheimer of New Jerse said, “Bernie seems to have declared war on the Democratic Party — and it’s caused panic in the House ranks” Speaker Nancy Pelosi facing deep alarm among moderate Democrats who worry that, Senator Bernie Sanders will win their party’s presidential nomination only to cost them control of the House, has begun distancing her caucus from the race for the White House in an effort to insulate her rank and file, and preserve the party’s majority At a closed-door meeting, Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged Democrats to keep our eye on the ball, and focus on winning their own seats and defeating the president, and she mocked President Trump’s skin color: The ball has an orange face But amid the laughter, Pelosi must manage the anxieties — and political calculations of the 40 or so House Democrats known as front-liners who flipped Republican seats in 2018, many of them in districts won by Mr Trump

She is playing the dual role of den mother and general, trying to assuage her members’ fears and keep them focused on their own races, all while staying assiduously neutral in the presidential contest A string of Democrats said in interviews that they believed Mr Sanders would be disastrous as a nominee, and that Pelosi was well aware of their feelings Pelosi told reporters, “My responsibility is to make sure that those we elected last time return to Congress, keep the majority and add to our numbers The presidential is its own race, and contrary to what you may be hearing or writing, we are all unified

Whoever the nominee is of our party, we will wholeheartedly support” She said Democrats would win again with a message of a bold progressive agenda that is mainstream and nonmenacing But she brushed aside a question about whether Mr Sanders’s agenda fit that description and has given little hint, even to her closest aides and allies of whom she favors in the presidential race — or whether she favors anyone at all When Ms

Pelosi was asked if she felt comfortable with Mr Sanders as the nominee, she offered a succinct reply: “Yes” Mr Sanders’s progressive backers have grabbed onto the comments as perhaps the best argument for uneasy colleagues Representative Mark Pocan, a vocal supporter of Mr

Sanders, said in an interview that, “Nancy sent a pretty clear message yesterday of unity, saying she is comfortable with Bernie being the nominee People should be comfortable if Nancy is I think a few may just be overthinking or not thinking” Republicans have already begun working hard to convince voters that, there is no distinction between Mr Sanders and Democratic members of Congress, despite the fact that fewer than 10 House Democrats have endorsed the Vermont senator, and many have long records of disagreement with him

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