Nancy Pelosi Digs Her Heels In And Tells Democrats To WHAT?

Major Democrats really want to convince their constituents that they have their best interesting at heart, but if we go by their words and actions both in public and what’s known behind the scenes, one could easily argue that anything is further from the truth.

Take Nancy Pelosi, for example… instead of DOING HER JOB! She’s telling her colleagues to vote NO on everything this year. Hinder the process, I guess she thinks this will somehow win her more voters.

As Written and Reported By Hannity Staff:

Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is gearing up for battle with her Republican colleagues in 2018; reportedly telling her fellow liberal legislators to “vote no” on every GOP proposal heading into the pivotal midterm elections this fall.

The House Minority Leader sent a scathing letter to her left-wing lawmakers late Sunday evening, instructing them to “show the country how the Trump budget is not a statement of our values.”

“Tomorrow, President Trump will release his 2019 budget and perhaps his infrastructure plan.  This occasion presents us with a pivotal moment in the governance of our country,” writes Pelosi.

“This week, we must pivot aggressively to show the country how the Trump budget is not a statement of our values, and how the Trump infrastructure plan harms taxpayers and consumers,” she adds. “And we must continue showing the public how unfair the GOP Tax Scam is to the middle class and halt the GOP assault on the Affordable Care Act.”

Nancy’s comments come just hours before the President is set to reveal more details of his highly-anticipated infrastructure bill. The new proposal calls for Congress to allocate roughly $1.3 trillion to help ….

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NANCY DIGS IN: Pelosi Tells DEMS to ‘VOTE NO’ on EVERYTHING in 2018 | Sean Hannity

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