Once again, it looks as thought the democratic “resistance” to President Trump will harpoon any chance the nation has at reconciling it’s budget crisis, thanks to petulant nuisance Nancy Pelosi.
From the moment that Trump set foot in Washington, D.C., the left has been attempting to thwart his every move. Despite the incredibly support shown to the President by the American people, who are currently in the midst of a wild conservative awakening, the democrats have wholly ignored the will of We The People in pushing their own fantastical ideas of culture and society in the U.S.
Of the egregious and absurd trends that the left is pushing as reality is that idea that Americans are content with illegal immigration, and the economic pitfalls of the practice. Democrats, of course, rely on illegal immigration to bolster their over base in elections, with the 2018 midterms just over the horizon.
Now, as the Senate has made a groundbreaking, bipartisan budget deal, wicked witch of the House, Nancy Pelosi, is looking to sabotage this progress with her incessant diatribes regarding the “dreamers” of former President Barack Hussein Obama’s pseudo-amnesty programs.
“The agreement is likely to be added to a stopgap spending bill that passed the House on Tuesday, aimed at averting a government shutdown Thursday at midnight. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer of New York called the Senate agreement ‘a genuine breakthrough.’
“However, it would not resolve the plight of immigrant ‘Dreamers’ who face deportation after being brought to the U.S. illegally as children. As the Senate leaders were announcing their agreement, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California was holding the floor in the House, declaring she would oppose the measure unless her chamber’s GOP leaders promised a vote on legislation to protect the younger immigrants.
“That introduced doubts as to whether the plan could pass in House, where prominent GOP conservatives are also opposed to the higher spending.
“The Senate agreement also contains almost $90 billion in overdue disaster aid for hurricane-slammed Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.”
Pelosi was quick to pounce on the legislation, however, defying the will of the American people is a longwinded diatribe.
“Pelosi took to the House floor for more than three hours, and said she would oppose that almost-completed budget pact even though it would boost funding for many domestic priorities favored by Democrats. She declared the agreement ‘does not have my support, nor does it have the support of a large number of members of our caucus.’”
To make matters even worse, the House Minority Leader attempted a bit of childish reverse psychology, taunting the President with the phrase “what are you afraid of?” in the context of allowing Congress to debate the measure.