Pelosi In “Fear” Once Republicans Take The House And Senate

( )- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) thinks that Republicans are adversaries of democracy. She is concerned about the future of “American democracy” if Republicans take control of the House in this year’s midterm elections.

Under what political framework does she believe the Republicans operate?

The Democrats are set to be trounced in the midterms, needing only to flip five seats in the house. Historically, the incumbent president’s party struggles, but most analysts believe there will be a significant “red wave.” The Republicans will regain congressional power and win these seats democratically.

It’s disturbing that a speaker of the house would characterize the GOP as a danger to American democracy when traditionally, the right is for respecting the founding documents of this nation. Meanwhile, the left repudiates everything this country is built upon, including the constitution.
Pelosi evoked “January 6th”, holding that day up to illustrate how critical the midterms are. How that ties in is anyone’s guess.
Speaker Pelosi dismissed the idea that Democrats face an uphill battle to maintain their slim House majority. While most are pessimistic, Pelosi has predicted the improbable. She says the Democrats will gain seats.
She reasons that the Supreme Court decided to allow more Democratic-friendly redistricting plans in North Carolina and Pennsylvania earlier this month.
Furthermore, Democratic-controlled state legislatures, such as New York and Illinois, have completed congressional redistricting that favors their party.
Pelosi said that the predictions were wrong. Redistricting was supposed to favor the Republicans, but it hasn’t.
“If anything, we’ll pick up seats rather than lose 10 to 15, which conventional wisdom said we would. There’s nothing conventional anymore, and it certainly ain’t wisdom,” Pelosi said.
Republicans refer to issues like Biden’s approval rating as indicators that they will win in November. An NBC News poll showed Biden’s approval rating has dropped to 40%, the lowest administration level during his presidency.
If gas prices are high, inflation is high, and the overall misery index is high, you’d have to be high to think the people will ask for more Democrat party rule.