Well sports fans, our favorite Democrat drinking buddy – Nancy Pelosi, who just hours earlier had her illegal Guatemalan landscaping crew remove the pig head and Antifa graffiti from her palatial, walled and gated estate with them fancy, highfalutin appliances that hold her stash of Dove bars and Franzia Cabarnet, has done gotten herself re-elected as House Speaker during the 117th swearing in of the House of Reps. Shock. Dismay.
That’s right, peasants and commoners. Under the benevolent guidance of her supreme majesty, Lady Nancy will once again assume the throne of the House in the “Temple of Democracy” (her words; translation: “my castle”) as Speaker. Sleep well knowing she wants to send you $600 bucks for being good little obedient mask wearers during the Chinese Lab Flu pandemic. That can buy a lot of Dove bars.
This was Nancy’s fourth non-consecutive term to lead the House, but her election this time was different. Opposition from not only Republicans but also her fellow Democrats was openly known and voiced before the vote. Pelosi had a slim margin for error, facing the Democrats’ smallest majority in decades and a pandemic that hindered House voter attendance. Some in her social(ist) circle have been quite vocal for new leadership, and Republicans and RINOs were unified against her. She received 216 votes, which was enough considering a handful of members either voted present or the seats were vacant. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy received 209.
But not all Dems voted for Nancy Antoinette. Reps. Jared Golden (D-ME), Rep. Conor Lamb (D-PA) voted for alternative candidates, and Reps. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ), Elissa Slotkin (D-MI), and Abigail Spanberger (D-VA) voted “present” in Sunday’s proceedings. What was interesting is that popular socialist brain surgeon and rocket scientist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her Commie Squad pals, who we’re quite vocal in calling for new (and sober) blood in House leadership weren’t among the Democrats who didn’t vote for Pelosi. They’ve often been more critical of Boxwine Pelosi than Republicans.
Seems as though the well-entrenched Swamp Queen had to call in some cards on this one, along with twisting some arms, cracking some skulls, and getting the ungrateful youth of the party to fall in line.
Long live the Queen.