Monday, Oct 03, 2022 - 05:43:44
11 results - (0.001 seconds)

Pelosi’s turn:

latest news at page 1:
1
    At a Saturday night rally in Des Moines, Iowa, former President Donald Trump came out swinging against a range of Democratic policies, calling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “a nut job” for pushing the $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill. WATCH: “What they are going to do by passing this thing that’s going to kill our nation,” Trump told a crowd of applauding supporters. “All Americans of common sense — Republican, Democrat, and independent — must stand firm and you must really stand strong and firm against Biden, crazy Nancy Pelosi. She’s a nut job. And the extreme power grab.” “We must declare with one united voice that we cannot allow America to ever become a socialist country. That’s what they’re doing. And I really think it’s a step beyond. I think it’s going to be a communist country,” Trump said before saying that American voters will never allow that to happen. (RELATED: Sen.Kennedy: ‘Biden And Yellen Are On A Mission From God To Please Pink-Haired Wokers Who Carry … Ziplock Bags Of Kale) “The Democrat bill, contains billions and billions of...
    Top Republicans are making an effort to turn the tables on the select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 riot ahead of the investigative panel's first hearing by taking aim at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. "We had many failures within the leadership" on and in the lead-up to Jan. 6, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said. House Administration Chairwoman Zoe Lofgren "did not come to the Capitol for more than six months,” he said. Minority Whip Steve Scalise said that Reps. Jim Banks of Indiana and Jim Jordan of Ohio, who McCarthy recommended for the committee but Pelosi rejected, were "canceled by this new cancel culture" because they raised "some very tough questions" about Pelosi. CHENEY TO GIVE AN OPENING STATEMENT AT START OF JAN. 6 COMMITTEE HEARING “In December of 2020, Nancy Pelosi was made aware of potential security threats to the Capitol, and she failed to act,” said Rep. Elise Stefanik, the No. 3 House Republican. Reps. Rodney Davis of Illinois and Troy Nehls of Texas, two other representatives who would have sat...
    REPUBLICAN lawmakers have turned on Marjorie Taylor Greene and slammed her "evil lunacy" after she compared mask mandates to the Holocaust. Their ire was struck after Rep. Greene's appearance on the conservative cable network Real America’s Voice earlier this week in which she slammed Nancy Pelosi and likened masks to badges worn by Jews in Nazi Germany. 10Their ire was struck after Rep. Greene's appearance on the conservative cable network Real America’s Voice earlier this weekCredit: Real America's Voice This is evil lunacy. https://t.co/xHeUgbx7wa— Liz Cheney (@Liz_Cheney) May 22, 2021 "This woman [Pelosi] is mentally ill," she began. "You know, we can look back in a time in history where people were told to wear a gold star, and they were definitely treated like second-class citizens — so much so that they were put in trains and taken to gas chambers in Nazi Germany. "This is exactly the type of abuse Nancy Pelosi is talking about," she spouted. Greene, a former follower of Q-Anon who previously claimed 9/11 was a hoax, has been widely panned by Democrats since she...
    Democrats are moving to prioritize radical policy proposals, tackling amnesty, gun control, a $15 minimum wage, and H.R.1, which would ultimately lead to the federalization of elections. According to Politico, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) this week previewed her intention to “turn her chamber the next two weeks into a factory for Democratic priorities.” “They’ll move everything from election reform to a policing overhaul to gun control, plus women’s and union rights and a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers,” the outlet reported. The House is voting on one of their most radical proposals Wednesday,  H.R. 1, or the “For the People Act,” which Republicans warn would federalize elections, stripping states of their power to enact their own statutes requiring photo ID and other basic requirements. “It’s a federal micromanagement of the election process, and everything that folks on the left want to reduce the integrity [and] the security of the election process is in there,” Hans von Spakovsky, manager of the Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative, explained during a January appearance on Breitbart News Daily. “If you’re a state like Alabama or...
    House Republican leaders sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday demanding that she turn over security decisions her office made leading up to and during the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol. House Democrats, along with 10 Republicans, impeached former President Donald Trump for one article of incitement of insurrection over the riot at the Capitol. Only seven Senate Republicans joined all 50 Democrats in the upper chamber, allowing Trump to be acquitted by falling 10 votes short of a conviction over the weekend. Nevertheless, while Democrats blame Trump and the Republicans whom they say enabled him for the violence at the Capitol that day, GOP members point fingers at Pelosi. "It has been widely reported and confirmed by multiple sources that when Chief [Steven] Sund requested the National Guard be activated ahead of the January 6th Joint Session of Congress, the response from the [sergeant at arms], acting on your behalf, was that the 'optics' of having the National Guard on-site were not good and the intelligence didn’t support the move,” top Republicans on...
    Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders dodged a question from ABC’s Jon Karl on Sunday morning’s “This Week” about whether it was “a mistake” for Democrats to turn down Republicans’ initial $1.8 trillion coronavirus stimulus offer. After months of stalled negotiations that included Democrats turning down the $1.8 trillion offer from Republicans, both parties agreed on Dec. 21 to a package of around $900 billion. “This is a $900 billion bill,” Karl told Sanders. “The administration before the election had proposed a $1.8 trillion bill and Democrats wouldn’t move on it. Was that a mistake in hindsight? Should Democrats have taken them up on the offer of a $1.8 trillion relief bill?” WATCH: Instead of answering Karl’s question directly, Sanders stated that the current bill “is simply not enough.” “We should have been talking about at least double that, maybe even more,” he said before suggesting that the bill should have been more like the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill passed in March. Sanders went on to predict that President-elect Joe Biden would be “following up on what we’re doing here” if...
    Democratic Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin suggested on Tuesday that Democrats likely stalled on another COVID-relief package “because an election was coming.” After months of stalled negotiations, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday expressed willingness to agree to around $900 billion, a significantly smaller coronavirus stimulus package than she had turned down earlier this year. During a Tuesday afternoon appearance on CNN’s “The Lead,” anchor Jake Tapper asked Durbin about whether it was a “mistake” to turn down President Donald Trump’s initial, much larger offer. WATCH: “Senator Bernie Sanders said that Democrats turned down a deal from the White House for $1.8 trillion because Schumer and Pelosi wanted $2.2 trillion,” Tapper said. “Now you’re looking at a compromise deal of about a half of what the White House offered, $908 billion. We don’t even know if we’re going to be able to see that passed. Looking back, was it a mistake for Pelosi and Schumer to turn down $1.8 trillion?” “There was some exuberance involved because an election was coming, and they were both bidding one another and trying to...
    DEMOCRATS have turned on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and urged her to "take the deal" after her rebuff of President Trump's offer put another round of $1,200 stimulus checks in doubt. The backlash comes after Pelosi said the $1.8trillion package proposal from Trump's office was "insufficient" and still failed to address several key issues - despite it being the biggest package proposed so far. 5Democrats are urging House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to 'take this deal' as Americans have been hoping for a second round of stimulus checksCredit: The Mega Agency 5The $1.8trillion package proposal from President Trump's office was dubbed 'insufficient' by Nancy PelosiCredit: Alamy Live News 5Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has urged Congress to 'immediately vote' on a relief packageCredit: Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. Speaking to House Dems in a Saturday letter, Pelosi denounced Trump's proposal on Saturday as "one step forward, two steps back." Pelosi explained: "When the president talks about wanting a bigger relief package, his proposal appears to mean that he wants more money at his discretion to grant or withhold, rather than...
    Madison Summers September 30, 2020 0 Comments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is knocking President Donald Trump after Tuesday night’s presidential debate in Ohio. The House speaker, during an MSNBC interview on Wednesday, called the first presidential debate a “sad night for our country” and blasted Trump for not disassociating himself from white supremacist and militia groups, as she put it. “I lost a lot of sleep last night over that one fact,” Pelosi said. She continued to declare that Trump has “never respected the dignity of his office and he demonstrated that last night.” Pelosi added: “One thing he did present was the authenticity of who he is with disregard for bringing our country together with any knowledge of the challenge we face in the coronavirus crisis, with catering to his base by saying what he said about the Proud Boys. […] This was a very sad occasion. Watch Pelosi’s interview below: Pelosi was also asked if there should be more debates, to which she responded, “We know what his behavior was going to be like....
    Raab at a joint press conference with US Secretary Mike Pompeo on September 16 – Reuters Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, has urged US politicians to pressure Brussels into publicly ruling out a hard border on the island of Ireland, after the UK’s own position was criticised by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.  On the third day of a visit to Washington DC that risked being overshadowed by the very public warnings from Democrats over Brexit talks, Mr Raab used a CNN interview to try to turn the spotlight onto the European Union. “I think it would be helpful for all those concerned about this to elicit the same unilateral, absolute commitment not to require any infrastructure at the border between the North and the South. So far it’s actually only the UK that has said that,” Mr Raab said. He added: “I think actually if the EU did come out and make the same commitment it would also help the negotiations. So I hope our American colleagues will reinforce that point on both sides.” The call for...
    NBA says providing COVID-19 tests to public important part of our restart The evolution of Kylie Jenner through every season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians S&P 500 and Nasdaq Turn Lower as Tech Shares Stumble Stocks turned mixed Monday with declines in tech shares leading the S&P 500 and Nasdaq lower. © TheStreet S&P 500 and Nasdaq Turn Lower as Tech Shares Stumble The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 187 points, or 0.68%, to 27,620, the S&P 500 fell 0.2% and the Nasdaq slumped 1.06%, led by declines in Tesla and Nvidia . Load Error The Dow rose 3.8% last week, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq racked up gains of 2.5%. Stocks had opened with solid gains Monday after President Donald Trump issued executive orders - which include continued payments of up to $400 a week of supplemental federal unemployment benefits and a payroll tax deferral - as Democrats and Republicans in Congress failed to bridge significant gaps in their stimulus negotiations and as the U.S. topped 5 million cases of coronavirus over...
1