Over the last several decades we have witnessed a very united Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party, especially during the time Pelosi has been Speaker. The last 18 months have been different. The difference has been the way AOC, Omar, and Talib, have been able to stay in the headlines. This has given the image that their ideas are popular. Perhaps they are, even though polls would indicate otherwise.
Nevertheless, Pelosi has been forced, or at least thinks she must bend the knee to this contingent. The contingent is calling for complete open borders, no limit on abortion including infanticide up to what age is yet to be defined, a Green New Deal that would revolutionize the United States while bankrupting the our country and subordinating our sovereignty to a Globalist dictatorship, universal healthcare, housing, income, to bring about total income equality, government control of all aspects of business including products sold, wages paid, benefits provided, and management makeup. This contingent is calling for a complete and total socialization of the United States.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is working to pacify her fractured caucus ahead of a three-week legislative sprint that threatens to further expose the divisions simmering among House Democrats.
Pelosi and her lieutenants have planned a series of votes this month to satisfy both wings of the party, desperate for a reset heading into the recess beginning in August as fallout from a messy border spending feud continues to roil the caucus.
The House could vote as soon as next week to hold two top Trump administration officials in criminal contempt over the 2020 census — a move designed, in part, to appease Democrats itching to launch impeachment proceedings against the president.
To further placate progressives, Pelosi unveiled a package of immigration bills on Tuesday that contains many of the priorities scrapped from the $4.6 billion humanitarian aid bill that left liberals fuming at the end of June. For moderates, the House plans to vote on election security legislation and a controversial resolution condemning the boycott movement against Israel.
In addition, other potentially dicey situations — including former special counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony next week and contentious budget negotiations — could derail Democratic leaders’ effort to preserve the peace.
The impact of this socialization of America has moved into the senate, many state governments including but not limited to California and New York, and to, what the left calls, the campaign for General Secretary (president) of the United States. Those Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) candidates for General Secretary are trying to see who can out Lenin Lenin who can out Marx Marx, who can out Stalin Stalin, who can out Mao Mao and on and on. So far they are all doing an incredible job.
The hard core of the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party is dead set on nominating the candidate who moves farthest to the left. The real question seems to be if the rank and file of the Democrat party will support the candidate of the Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party. It looks like the candidates have a lot of lying and deceiving to do in order to get many to go along with their efforts to socialize the United States. The polls, at this point are not in their favor. Will Trump have an even larger victory this time around? Will the house swing back to the Republicans and the margin in the senate become larger? Time will tell, but it looks like AOC, Omar, and Talib, wittingly or unwittingly, are doing their best to aid that happening. That would be very positive for the United States and yes even for all those who so vehemently oppose Trump.
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