Schumer Tells Dems They’ll Probably Lose House Majority

Nancy Pelosi is ‘in trouble,’ Senate majority leader warned

Getty Images

• September 15, 2022 1:00 pm

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) warned fellow Democrats at a private dinner that they’ll likely lose the House majority and that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) is “in trouble,” Punchbowl News reported.

Schumer on Monday night told a gathering of Democratic senators that if elections were held today there was “a 60 percent chance we hold the Senate, and a 40 percent chance we hold the House.” Sources told Punchbowl News that patrons overheard Schumer loudly make the comments at a dinner at Trattoria Alberto, a restaurant near Capitol Hill. Other Democratic senators at the dinner included Chris Coons (Del.), Mark Kelly (Ariz.), Chris Van Hollen (Md.), Tom Carper (Del.), John Hickenlooper (Colo.), and Dick Durbin (Ill.).

Schumer also said Sen. Joe Manchin’s (D., W.Va.) claim that taxes on the rich are akin to “inflation” was “ridiculous.”

This week’s Labor Department report showing persistent inflation, which caused the stock market to plummet, struck a hard blow to Democrats’ hopes for an improved economy, which remains the top issue for American voters.

Schumer has given $15 million from his campaign coffers to Democratic Senate campaigns, and his Senate Majority PAC put $3.2 million into the New Hampshire Republican primary in hopes of taking down the moderate Republican in the race, Chuck Morse.

Source link

Friends, this isn’t the time to be complacent. If you are ready to fight for the soul of this nation, you can start by donating to elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris by clicking the button below.


Thank you so much for supporting Joe Biden’s Presidential campaign.

What do you think?

Written by Politixia

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Biden calls deal to avert strike ‘a win for tens of thousands of rail workers’

Disgraced Lincoln Project co-founder claims DeSantis would ‘kill his political opponents’