Speaker Pelosi did not take the inmates because he used Mitch McConnell’s own the limit and the default word against him.
Pelosi uses McConnell’s own words to transcend her ceiling hypocrisy
Pelosi Mitch McConnell used his own words against his own words, “When Trump was president, they didn’t want to throw a wrench, a wrench, an unnecessary wrench into our job growth gear. Today he is threatening to do just that.” pic.twitter.com/rwZmfEWytT
– Sarah Reese Jones (Politics Sarah) September 23, 2021
Speaker Pelosi said in his weekly press conference:
It could – it would cost 6 million jobs, $ 15 delete Wealth of trillions of families. Unemployment is almost double Rate 9% and increase Costs for everyone Americans. It would be a disaster, and This – don’t take it from me. Let me quote Mitch McConnell When this time came Donald Trump year. Says Mitch McConnell Follow He says McConnell said a lot That does not support a debt limit Suspension – this is what he is Said.
Assures Congress will not This kind of throwing unnecessarily Wrench in our work gear Growth and prosperous economy. When Trump was president, they were Did not want to throw a wrench, a Wrench, in unnecessary wrench Our job growth gear. Today he is threatening Yes, that’s it. We need to stop holding And the economy is hostage.
The chicken game with McConnell’s economy won’t end well for Republicans
Republicans can never win this battle. McConnell thinks he can raise the Democrats’ own limits so that he and Senate Republicans can run against Democratic spending in 2022, but the Democrats are not playing.
They are calling McConnell’s bluff and letting him blame if he starts a new recession.
Speaker Pelosi, Leader Schumer and President Biden are giving Mitch McConnell enough ropes to hang on to, and so far the Senate majority leader has shown that he learned nothing from his failed experience while trying to do this with President Obama in 2011.
Democrats do not negotiate with terrorists.
Mr. Easy Managing Editor. He is also a correspondent for the White House Press Pool and Congress for Politics USA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His undergraduate work focuses on public policy, with specialization in the social policy reform movement.
Awards and professional membership
Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association