Nancy Pelosi has no idea what is coming.
It could spell the end of her reign.
And Nancy Pelosi will hate what secret Democrats are discussing behind closed doors.
Democrats erupted in anger at West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin over Manchin refusing to support Biden’s nearly $5 trillion socialist spending welfare bill.
Many on the left falsely claimed Manchin was a Republican and should join the GOP.
That led to speculation Manchin would actually consider ditching the Democrat Party if he wants to win re-election in 2024 in West Virginia – a state where Donald Trump trounced Joe Biden 69 percent to 29 percent in 2020.
“Fox News Primetime” host Brian Kilmeade brought this rumor to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
McCarthy offered up a surprising response that hinted at massive discord within the ranks of Congressional Democrats.
House Minority Leader McCarthy hinted that more Democrats than just Manchin considered switching parties.
“[R]emember, we had an individual reregister from Democrat to Republican, and I think there are a few other Democrats out there that are thinking about it. Why? Not because they changed, but the party has changed. The Democrat Party is no longer the Democrat Party of old. This is a socialist Democrat Party. Bernie Sanders says it, AOC and others. And that is out of step with the mainstream of America. That is their problem — they are letting that wing of the socialist wing of the party dictate their policy, dictate the intimidation. Lucky for us, Joe Manchin stood up to it,” McCarthy stated.
When members of Congress switch party affiliation ahead of an election it is the canary in the coal mine as to which way the election will tilt.
In 2019, New Jersey Democrat Jeff Van Drew abandoned the Democrat Party in the middle of the Ukraine phone call impeachment hoax.
Van Drew ran for re-election in one of the more right-leaning districts in New Jersey and figured his only path for political survival lie with ditching the Democrats.
The following November, Van Drew’s gamble paid off as Van Drew won a close election against a Democrat challenger.
But Van Drew’s party switch also signaled that the public turned against congressional Democrats.
In addition to Van Drew’s race, Republicans won every single toss-up House race in the 2020 election.
Republicans stunned the so-called “experts” by picking up 14 seats in the House of Representatives when all the polling supposedly showed Democrats on the verge of a massive rout.
That never happened.
And Van Drew leaving the Democrats should have been the first hint Republicans were in a far better electoral position than anyone thought.
With polls currently showing Republicans leading Democrats by as many as ten points in the generic 2022 ballot it would not surprise anyone if Democrats are weighing their options about switching to the GOP.
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