The mainstream media has Nancy Pelosi on the hot seat as she continues to fail to win elections for them.
The House Minority Leader appeared on CBS this morning, and she did her best to shift the focus to the moral victory she believes Democrats won in the four special election losses.
“This Morning” ran a montage of House Democrats calling for Pelosi to step down as their leader.
At the conclusion, she dismissed their opinions.
“You’ve got me here and we’re hearing all these other people,” she said. “They had their time on TV.”
She added, “This is such a small item. It isn’t about me.”
As the panel demanded answers about why Pelosi and the House Democrats keep losing elections.
She said while some focus on the gains Dems have supposedly made by narrowing losses in those districts, she said, “Me? I like to win.”
After saying “the people in Georgia worked very hard,” Charlie Rose interjected, “But they lost.”
Continuing to be on defense, Pelosi shifted to offense — against her Democratic colleagues.
“These people were against me last November (in the leadership election),” she said.
Pelosi went on to continue defending herself.
“I’m a master legislator, I’m experienced in terms of knowing institutional members of the Congress.
“If Hillary Clinton had won, I might have gone home,” Pelosi claimed.