The polls are looking grim for Democrats.
Now one surprising source just drove the final nail in the left’s casket.
And Nancy Pelosi heard the three words that will put her out of a job in November.
Socialist Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush is one of the leftist radicals dragging the Democrat Party far to the left.
In the 2020 election, Republicans posted a clean sweep of all 27 tossup House of Representatives races.
Republicans gained 14 seats in the House when Nancy Pelosi bragged Democrats would pad their majority by 15 to 20 seats in her pre-election prediction.
The GOP defied all the “experts’” prognostications in large part because Donald Trump campaigned on a law-and-order platform.
By contrast, Democrats – led by pro-Black Lives Matter radicals like Cori Bush – threw their lot in with the “defund the police” movement.
After Democrats suffered devastating defeats across the board in the House of Representatives, Democrat Party leaders hoped one painful electoral lesson would be all that was necessary to stash the “defund the police” slogan in mothballs.
But Cori Bush is a radical ideologue who won’t give up on her plan to turn America into a lawless socialist dystopia.
Congresswoman Bush told Axios that despite polls showing a tough midterm environment for Democrats she would still promote defunding the police.
In fact, Bush blamed her Democrat colleagues for not defunding the police prior to Bush winning election to Congress in 2020 for why she would not give up her anti-police crusade.
“I always tell [fellow Democrats], ‘If you all had fixed this before I got here, I wouldn’t have to say these things,’” Bush told Axios.
Despite polls showing crime is a major issue for voters and the fact that her party is on the defensive over 12 Democrat-run cities setting records for murders in 2021, defunding the police was not a political anchor tied around the ankles of Democrats.
“‘Defund the police’ is not the problem,” Bush continued. “We dangled the carrot in front of people’s faces and said we can get it done and that Democrats deliver, when we haven’t totally delivered.”
Bush explained she would double down on pushing legislation to defund the police knowing that if Republicans win control of Congress in November, stripping away funding from law enforcement is dead.
“If [Republicans] take the majority, it’s just done as far as trying to get the legislation across,” Bush added.
“If we couldn’t get George Floyd done back when millions of people were marching in the street, then how do we expect to get more than one thing done [on policing] over the next few years?” Bush continued.
Bush admitted her colleagues urged her to drop this political loser.
“Oh, absolutely,” Bush responded when asked if other Democrats want the issue to go away.
But much to the joy of Republicans, Bush explained that she would use defunding the police as a litmus test issue for Democrats in 2022 and beyond.
“What is a ‘progressive’ here in the House? We need to hone in more on what that really is,” Bush concluded.
Cori Bush is determined to make sure voters see Democrats as the party of defunding the police.
And that could spell the end of Nancy Pelosi’s reign as speaker.
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