If her constituents actually elect her back to the House, we will be in for more fun and games for the next two to four years.
Let her district keep voting her in, let's at least get the gavel away from her.Pelosi’s statement went mostly without acknowledgement Tuesday night, particularly among legislators proud to have inked the $2 trillion deal designed to buoy Americans left unable to work amid the coronavirus pandemic and boost the country’s chances of surviving an inevitable economic downturn.
But Wednesday morning, as the House gaveled into session, it suddenly became clear that Pelosi did not intend to have House members review the bill; the House went in and out of session in just under three minutes.
“House was in this morning at 10 a.m. and 42 seconds. Out at 10:02 and 37 seconds No business of note. No resignations, etc. Back in tomorrow at 11 a.m.,” Politico’s Jake Sherman reported Wednesday morning.