As the Democratic Party slides inexorably downward, its leaders don’t seem inclined to question whether infantile leftism is really the path to electoral success. Nancy Pelosi looks back. Regrets, she has a few:
Pelosi added that she got grief from the Left for not impeaching George W. Bush over the Iraq War after the 2006 midterms, where the Democrats regained control of Congress. In fact, she said she never recovered with more progressive voters because of that…
Pelosi doesn’t intend to make the same mistake twice. She thinks it is premature to impeach President Trump after a month in office–there aren’t yet any plausible high crimes or misdemeanors–but it’s only a matter of time, if (a very big if) the Democrats re-take the House:
She still contends that there doesn’t appear to be a case for impeachment right now…but added, “That doesn’t mean nobody is listening to cases that are being made in a very scientific, methodical way as to whether there are grounds for impeachment.”
Scientific! You wouldn’t want to argue with science, would you?
Michael Ramirez weighs in on the Democrats’ seemingly inexorable march to the left. Off the cliff. Click to enlarge: