Nancy Pelosi Announces Rule Changes To Push Her Dangerous Agenda

( Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is so blindly determined to force through that garbage $3.5 trillion phony “infrastructure” bill, she’s willing to change House rules to do it.

Earlier this week, Pelosi changed the rules in order to have one single vote on the current budget proposal that would include a “deem and pass” provision that allows her to add the $3.5 trillion boondoggle, along with that ridiculous “John Lewis voting rights bill,” and the bipartisan infrastructure bill into the budget resolution vote.

What this rule change means is by the House voting to pass the budget resolution bill, all House members will also be voting to authorize as passed, the additional bills as well.

Meanwhile as this grand plan was put in place, Pelosi and the rest of the Democrat leadership, went to work strong-arming the 10 moderate Democrat holdouts who objected to the $3.5 trillion pile of garbage.

Democrats allegedly used threats to force those ten moderate Dems to turn on their constituents – including threatening to redistrict them out of a job, and even threatening the job of a relative working in the Biden administration if the Democrat voted no.

In the end, Pelosi’s underhanded tactics succeeded. All ten holdouts caved, and the budget resolution/”deem and pass” cleared the first hurdle 220 votes to 212.

Not one Republican voted for this scheming witch’s resolution. So there was some good news.

Now the only hope to stop that crippling $3.5 trillion pile of trash is to have the reconciliation process between the Senate and the House derail.

And the only way that will happen is if either Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) or Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) vote No on the final reconciliation bill.

On Monday, Senator Sinema’s office said that she remains opposed to the $3.5 trillion boondoggle. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who plans to pass this monster bill via a simple majority vote cannot afford to lose a single Democrat Senator.

Unfortunately, after seeing how easily those ten House Democrats caved, there is little comfort in knowing that the only hope for defeat is in the hands of a Democrat Senator.

Ultimately, Congress hopes to have the final votes on these massive, debt-producing bills by October.