Nancy Pelosi started foaming at the mouth when she saw what Republicans just did to her


Pelosi’s fall from grace has been sudden and brutal. Now she’s facing an even harder fight.

And Nancy Pelosi started foaming at the mouth when she saw what Republicans just did to her.

Nancy Pelosi used to wield some of the greatest power in the world.

As Speaker of the House, she directed the agenda for the entire Democrat Party in the House.

Love her or hate her, she was able to forge some of the most formidable majorities ever seen. Democrats feared stepping out of line.

Then came the progressive uprising.

She was ousted by Hakeem Jeffries as the Speaker and has, for the most part, been relegated to fundraising and voting.

In her stead, Democrat after Democrat are being brought to justice for their crimes – something that rarely happened under her leadership.

Now another Leftist has been added to the list.

On Wednesday, the House Ethics Committee announced that it had voted to open an investigation into claims of campaign finance law violations leveled against Rep. Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (D-FL).

The committee said in a statement that members will probe claims that Cherfilus-McCormick “may have violated campaign finance laws and regulations in connection with her 2022 special election and/or 2022 re-election campaigns; failed to properly disclose required information on statements required to be filed with the House; and/or accepted voluntary services for official work from an individual not employed in her congressional office.”

Despite the fact that Republicans control the House, the vote to initiate the probe was bipartisan.

It occurred after the Office of Congressional Ethics recommended possible infractions to the committee in September.

Rep. Andrew Garbarino (R-NY) will lead the probe.

The committee declined to share specifics about the claims, as is customary, before issuing a report on its conclusions.

Cherfilus-McCormick was elected to fill the vacancy vacated by the death of the late Rep. Alcee Hastings in January 2022.

In November of that year, she was elected to a full term.

“As the Ethics Committee said in its statement, the mere fact of establishing an investigative subcommittee does not itself indicate that any violation occurred,” Cherfilus-McCormick’s office said in a statement on the inquiry.

“Regardless, the Congresswoman takes these matters seriously and is working to resolve them.”

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