Nancy Pelosi Devastated After Democrat Lawmaker Withdraw Election Challenge

Against the advice of the GOP and Democrats alike, Nancy Pelosi has been chasing an elusive reversal in a state election in Iowa.

Her desperation has raised eyebrows on both sides of the political aisle over concerns about her lust for power and decision making ability.

But the fight is over.

According to Breitbart News, “Rita Hart, the Democrat, withdrew her challenge to Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks for an Iowa House seat.”

“After many conversations with people I trust about the future of this contest, I have made the decision to withdraw my contest before the House Committee on Administration,” said Hart.

Pelosi must now return to failing at her other job as Speaker of the House.

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8 Responses

  1. Pelosi must now return to failing at her other job as Speaker of the House.
    Did some say she “..must return..”? This useless member of the House has NEVER been Speaker! She was always an incompetent noise maker trying to impeach and accuse everyone about incidents that never happened. This old hag should be escorted to the edge of Washington DC and told to disappear and to NEVER return! Let her go live the homeless in her district after declaring her house as uninhabitable!

  2. Nancy Pelosi is a fine, selfless American, who only wants what is best for America. She is not a power hungry hypocrite who lies to advance her agenda.
    If you don’t believe me, just ask Santa or the Easter Bunny.

  3. She has been there way too long & is after anyone who might disagree with her. Term limits for all would solve that issue.

  4. I want to see the end of that traitor, and jealous power-grabber. When we were kids, we played (Pull the monkeys Tail). Guess what the monkeys tail was dipped in. I have a strong hatred for her and her stupid ideas.

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