For the past year, the leadership of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (House Minority Leader) has been in serious trouble, with many younger Democrats blaming her for the failures of their party.
If Democrats manage to take control of the House after the midterm elections, its doubtful that Pelosi will continue as the party’s leader in the House (Speaker of the House).
In the Senate, believe it or not, most of the questioning of leadership has centered around Mitch McConnell, Senate Majority Leader.
Personally, I believe that McConnell has done a terrible job in his leadership role with the fault of failing to pass a replacement for Obamacare resting squarely on his shoulders.
Now it seems that Chuck Schumer’s leadership (Senate Minority Leader) is also beginning to crumble as one Democrat running for a Senate seat says he will not support Schumer for leadership if Democrats regain control of the Senate.
(Fox News) – Tennessee Senate candidate Phil Bredesen promised voters he would not vote for Chuck Schumer as majority leader if he’s elected and Democrats take control of the Senate.
“We need to get new leadership,” Bredesen, Tennessee’s former governor, said during a debate Tuesday night. “I can tell you right now, that if I’m elected, and when I’m elected and go to Washington, I am not going to be voting for Chuck Schumer.”
A Democrat from New York, Schumer is currently the minority leader in the Senate.
Still, throughout the debate, GOP nominee Marsha Blackburn attempted to align the Democratic candidate to Schumer and reiterated multiple times his campaign is “bought and paid for” by the minority leader…
If Democrats regain control of the Senate and/or the House, it will spell doom for America and the American people.
Someone recently said that if Democrats win, it will show that God is judging America.
I responded that God is already judging America.
All one has to do is read Romans 1:18-32 and you will see that God has already judged us by turning us over to the perversities that we see in America today.
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