Democrat Doesn’t Want Nancy Pelosi’s Help In Special Election

Nancy Pelosi is the albatross around their necks and Conor Lamb is one Democrat who does not want the same fate as the Ancient Mariner. He is running for Democrat House Representative from  Pennsylvania’s 18th District. In his campaign rhetoric, Mr. Lamb is very critical of the House leadership which is Pelosi. Ironically, he claims that it is nothing personal, he just thinks things could be handled more efficiently. Right.

As Written and Reported By Victor Skinner for the American Mirror:

Democratic leadership is supporting former federal prosecutor Conor Lamb in a March special election to replace Tim Murphy in Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district, but Conor Lamb doesn’t support Democratic leadership.

Lamb told the Pittsburg Post-Gazettethat if elected, he’ll work to replace House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who has come under increased attacks from members of her own party in recent months.

“I think it’s clear that this Congress is not working for people,” Lamb told the news site. “I think we need new leadership on both sides.”

Lamb, who will square off against Republican state Rep. Rick Saccone March 13, insists his desire to replace Pelosi “is not personal,” but rather a matter of getting things done.

“It’s more about the fact that I expect leaders to get results,” he said, “and the result of our Congressional leadership has been to have people in the district dissatisfied with their performance.”

Many political pundits are watching the Pennsylvania contest closely as a bellwether for the midterm elections, and Lamb’s comments beg the question: Will Democrats campaign against Pelosi in 2018?

Lamb acknowledged that the 77-year-old career politician from San Francisco raises a lot of money for the party, but said “I don’t think that changes the fact that people are ready for a new ………


‘Not personal’: Dem congressional special election candidate campaigns against Pelosi – The American MirrorThe American Mirror


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