Why is Nancy Pelosi going to Iowa?
The House Minority Leader, who says she will run again for Speaker if Democrats recapture the House minority, will be the keynote speaker at the Polk County Democrats’ spring dinner tonight.
The Des Moines Register reported in March:
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi will headline the spring dinner of the Polk County Democrats in May, the organization said Monday.
Pelosi will be joined at the dinner on the night of May 6 with an Iowa House update from Assistant Minority Leader Brian Meyer and an update on organized labor from Iowa State Education Association President Tammy Wawro, the political group said.
According to the event registration, the festivities will also include “an update on the fight at the statehouse from Planned Parenthood of the Heartland President Suzanna de Baca.”
Tables for the dinner are $1,500 a piece.
Regardless of what Pelosi’s intentions are, a recent report may be a sobering reminder of how ineffective she may be campaigning for herself or others. The Bay Area NBC affiliate ran a startling report that is sure to trigger another Pelosi face spasm.
Citing a report in the Boston Globe stating that Pelosi will run for Speaker if Democrats recapture the majority in the House this November, NBC Bay Area brought a little reality to the situation: America doesn’t like Nancy Pelosi.
“We may like Nancy Pelosi in the Bay Area, but America doesn’t,” the reporter said.
The report then listed several things the mainstream media and liberals like us to believe are more deplorable than Pelosi when in fact, they’re not.
“Things that are more popular, according to an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll,” the report says:
- The National Rifle Association — 37 percent.
- Current Speaker Paul Ryan — 24 percent.
- Donald Trump — 37 percent.
The report then revealed Pelosi is liked by a paltry 21 percent of Americans.
“Even Donald Trump,” the reporter exclaimed, “is far more liked than Nancy Pelosi.”