She continues to outdo herself. Wacko Nancy Pelosi now claims that she has a following that is unsurpassed by anybody, unless they're running for president. Whatever that means.
"I have a following in the country that's unsurpassed by anybody, unless they're running for president," Pelosi said, leaving many wondering.
The comments were made while Pelosi was doing an interview with the Associated Press. The response came when the 78-year-old was being questioned about her leadership. According to a report form NBC News, there were over 50 Democrats that would oppose Pelosi were she to make a run at retaking control of the House of Representatives.
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"This is not anything to make a big fuss over, it's politics," Crazy Nancy said.
The Washington Free Beacon identified 22 Democrats from NBC's list who have accepted campaign contributions connected to Pelosi but have either said they do not support her for speaker or dodged questions about the matter. Those Democrats accepted cash to their campaign committees from PAC to the Future (Pelosi's leadership PAC), Nancy Pelosi for Congress (her campaign committee), or both.
Other Democratic leaders have noticed the swelling support to replace Pelosi as speaker. Third-ranking House Democrat James Clyburn (S.C.) said he would run for speaker if Pelosi is unable to secure enough votes of support.
"I think we're in different territory now," Rep. Tim Ryan (D., Ohio) said. Ryan challenged Pelosi's leadership after the 2016 election and won about one-third of Democrats. "It's time to turn the page."
Rep. Seth Moulton (D., Mass.), a longtime Pelosi critic, called on her to resign now so Republicans couldn't use her against vulnerable Democrats in elections.
"It’s far better for her to graciously step down before the election, so that Republicans can’t use that attack against Democrats, than to wait until after the election," Moulton said.
Pelosi once referred to Moulton and Ryan as "inconsequential."
While the Democratic Party is gently nudging her out the door, Pelosi claims her following is unsurpassed. She continues to become more and more out of touch.