Bad News For Nancy

WASHINGTON – Congressman Ralph Abraham, M.D., R-Alto, today called for the expulsion of Representative Nancy Pelosi from the U.S. House of Representatives and introduced a House resolution to that effect. The resolution, H. Res. 620, would also vacate the Office of the Speaker of the House.

“Nancy Pelosi’s vicious crusade against our lawfully-elected President is nothing more than a politically-motivated witch hunt and it must be stopped. She has disgraced the people’s House and weaponized the Speaker’s gavel for her party’s political gain,” said Abraham. “House Democrats spent nearly three years obsessed with election meddling only to dwarf any such efforts with their own deceitful plan to nullify the 2016 election and prevent President Trump from winning in 2020. I have introduced a resolution calling for her to be expelled from the House and for the Speaker’s Office to be vacated.”

Because expelling members of the House and vacating the Speaker’s Office are considered matters internal to the House, they do not require the consent of the Senate or the President.

Who Is Nancy Pelosi?

Nancy Pelosi began her political career as a volunteer and gradually moved up the ranks, making the leap to public office in a special election for California’s Eighth District in 1987. She became the first female Democratic leader of the House of Representatives and the first female speaker of the House.

Nancy Pelosi was born Nancy D’Alesandro on March 26, 1940, in Baltimore, Maryland. Pelosi carries on the family tradition of being involved in politics. Her father served in Congress and was the mayor of Baltimore for 12 years, and her brother Thomas later served as mayor of Baltimore as well.

In 1987, Pelosi made the leap to public office, winning a special election for California’s Eighth District, which includes San Francisco. As a member of the House of Representatives, she has served on the Appropriations Committee and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Pelosi has been a strong supporter of increased funding for health research and for other health care and housing programs and initiatives. She is also an advocate for human rights and the environment.

Pelosi remained House speaker until November 2010, when Republicans gained control of the House and elected John Boehner to the role, relegating Pelosi to minority leader.

As the House’s top Democrat, Pelosi endured criticism for her party’s losses and challenges to her leadership. Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan sought to replace her as minority leader in 2016 but was unsuccessful.

Nancy can be seen talking politics.

A young picture of Nancy Pelosi shows how she looked. Do you think she has changed much?

All the boys seemed to think she was when she was younger.!

Her daughter is also very pretty as you can see in the below picture.

Alexandra Pelosi, left, director of HBO Documentary Films’ “Fall to Grace,” poses with her mother Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives, before a screening of the film at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Nancy has also spoken out this week on the important of wearing masks.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is asking chairs of House committees to require members on their panels to wear masks during proceedings amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Pelosi is asking the chairs to “enforce rules of decorum and exclude members who fail to comply,” a senior Democratic aide familiar with the matter told The Hill late Tuesday.

Nancy has also been spotted wearing a pink mask created by Donna Lewis. Would you wear a mask or do you feel safe not wearing a mask?

Let us know in the comment section below.

Share this article with family and friends if you found it interesting!

Load More Related Articles
Load More By Stephen
Load More In Pets
Comments are closed.