When you see Nancy Pelosi’s new position, you’ll be furious


The upcoming elections in November are giving Nancy Pelosi and her Democratic allies in Congress serious anxiety. But Pelosi is getting help from Joe Biden.

And when you see Nancy Pelosi’s new promotion, you’ll be furious.

Less than two months remain until the 2022 midterm elections, and Democrat politicians and media mouthpieces are scrambling to gain support.

Biden’s entire radical agenda could be put on hold if they lose their razor-thin 50-50 majority in the U.S. Senate.

And the possibilities for the Left in the US House of Representatives are substantially worse.

According to recent estimates from the left-leaning The Economist, the Republicans will win 223 seats in November, which is 10 more than they’ll need to capture a majority.

You can guarantee that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is going crazy about the prospect of having the Speaker’s gavel snatched away from her.

As a result of “Squad” members like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Left is becoming more radical by the day, which increases Pelosi’s chances of losing her position as Minority Leader.

Joe Biden is stepping forward to give Nancy Pelosi an entirely ill-deserved promotion as a result.

The House Speaker is interested in serving as the United States’ ambassador to Italy, according to Maria Bartiromo of Fox Business.

“President Biden is holding the Italy ambassador position for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as she plots her next move after the 2022 midterm elections,” she wrote.

“Biden is holding the spot for the speaker, sources say, which is one reason he has yet to fill the position since taking office. Speculation earlier this year that a Pelosi ally and former Wall Street executive wanted the job has shifted with the increasing likelihood that the GOP takes the majority,” Ms. Bartiromo continued.

Presidents frequently serve as ambassadors for the allies that supported them in elections, according to Bartiromo.

“About a quarter (27%) of the 194 ambassador positions are currently without a Senate-confirmed official. Presidents typically reserve ambassador posts in the most desirable locations for the people who have helped propel them to the White House, such as political operatives and donors,” Ms. Bartiromo said.

The November elections will, of course, determine everything. The old-guard liberal leadership, like Nancy Pelosi, might go in droves if the Democrats lose control of Congress.

Americans have the power to fulfill the Left’s worst nightmare as election day draws near.

Priests for Life’s national director, Rev. Frank Pavone, echoed this idea and stated:

“For many Americans, this election is not just about issues, but about freedom itself, about saving our nation. We agree, and we’re approaching the election with the vigor that such a situation deserves.”