It’s all-out Civil War in the Democrat Party.
No one is safe.
That became obvious when Elizabeth Warren just hit Nancy Pelosi with a stunning betrayal that no one saw coming.
As Great American Daily reports:
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is an avowed leftist.
But Warren is also one of the many Democrats sounding the alarm about the red wave building towards November.
In a New York Times op-ed where Warren claimed to lay out a path for Democrats to retain their majorities in the House and Senate, Warren took several shots at Nancy Pelosi.
Warren ripped Democrat leadership in Congress – Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer – for failing to deliver on big ticket agenda items like the stalled nearly $5 trillion socialist spending bill.
“To put it bluntly: if we fail to use the months remaining before the elections to deliver on more of our agenda, Democrats are headed toward big losses in the midterms,” Warren added that to win in November Democrats needed to “show we understand the painful economic realities facing American families.”
Warren also cited polling data showing the American people worrying about corruption in Washington to knock Pelosi for failing to take action on banning members of Congress from trading stocks.
“To tackle the urgent challenges we face — climate change, income inequality, systemic injustice — we must root out corruption. To start cleaning up government, members of Congress and their spouses shouldn’t be allowed to own or trade individual stocks,” Warren added.
Warren called out Pelosi by mentioning her position as speaker of the House in calling for a ban on members of Congress trading stocks.
“Whether you’re a Republican senator or the Democratic speaker of the House, it is obvious to the American people that they should not be allowed to trade individual stocks and then vote on laws that affect those companies,” Warren added. “I have the strongest plan and the only bipartisan bill in the Senate to get it done.”
Warren dinging Pelosi in her op-ed called back to comments Pelosi made dismissing concerns about members of Congress using insider knowledge to profit off stock trades.
“We are a free-market economy. They should be able to participate in that,” Pelosi told reporters.
The polls for Democrats get worse by the day.
No one even needs to see the polls to know that Democrats are panicking about their chances to hang on to control of Congress in November.
In this case, actions speak louder than words.
Senator Elizabeth Warren would not publish an op-ed chastising Nancy Pelosi if Democrats felt confident about the chances in the midterms.