NANCY PELOSI IS IN DISARRAY AFTER BEING REJECTED BY HER BELOVED PARTY

Speaker Nancy Pelosi is in disarray, after being rejected the chance to run unopposed in the primaries by her beloved Democrat Party.

Happening for the first time in her 33-year congressional career, Speaker Pelosi will be challenged by a fellow Democrat for her San Francisco seat in a general election, who calls her insufficiently progressive.

In a press release by Townhall: Pelosi’s opponent, Shahid Buttar, is a left-wing activist, lawyer, DJ, and poet. Buttar finished second in the primary and represents Pelosi’s first general election challenger from within the Democratic Party in 30 years.

According to Buttar, Pelosi stands in the way of progressive agenda items like Defunding the Police, canceling rent, the Green New Deal, and Medicare for All, to name a few. Buttar has already earned the coveted endorsement of Hollywood idiot Susan Sarandon.

The far-left tweets in support of Pelosi’s challenger show just how crazy the Democratic Party has become. They’re not attacking her for letting her district become a homeless shelter, ignoring the coronavirus while dragging the nation through a futile impeachment hoax, or eating gourmet ice cream while the lockdowns forced millions out of work. They’re attacking Pelosi for not being a socialist.

Buttar has been frustrated in trying to get Pelosi’s attention and went so far Saturday as to hold a debate with an empty chair. An online petition, “Tell Nancy Pelosi: Stop Dodging Debates,” had attracted 6,200 supporters by Monday.

Nancy Pelosi’s lack of interest to debate Buttar is nothing personal. Over her long career, she has declined to debate Republicans and independents, too.

But finally, it seems she will have to face her running opposition in a debate, as she is out of an option in trying to wiggle her way out of this dilemma. What’s your take on this, PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT IN THE COMMENT SECTION BELOW AND BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO WATCHDOG FOR MORE NANCY PELOSI UPDATES.

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