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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green of Georgia has revealed some 'personal dirt' on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Greene said on Twitter that Pelosi was on her way to South Florida to "home search" last week.
If accurate, Pelosi may believe the Democrats will lose control of the United States House of Representatives in the 2022 midterm elections.
Many people also believe that if the Democrats lose control of the House, Pelosi will step down.
“Nancy Pelosi went house hunting last week in south Florida. She was actually on my plane. She wants to retire in Florida to enjoy low taxes, mask free hair salons, and Republican freedom policies, while literally destroying all these good things for the American people,” Greene tweeted.
Nancy Pelosi went house hunting last week in south Florida.— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) November 6, 2021
She was actually on my plane.
She wants to retire in Florida to enjoy low taxes, mask free hair salons, and Republican freedom policies, while literally destroying all these good things for the American people.
Democrats can see the red tsunami coming, and one of the party's top figures looks to be quitting.
Pelosi is reportedly telling people she is retiring, according to Human Events Senior Editor Jack Posobiec.
“Hearing Pelosi is telling people she is not running for re-election tonight. Doesn’t want to be tied to 2022,” he said.
Hearing Pelosi is telling people she is not running for re-election tonight. Doesn't want to be tied to 2022.— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 3, 2021
Last month, a report from The Atlantic declared that Democrats may already have her replacement if they keep the House majority next year.
“Democratic members of Congress won’t talk about any of this publicly, as if Pelosi might suddenly appear and pull their hearts from their chests,” it said. “Pretty much every Democrat in Congress and beyond is confident that Representative Hakeem Jeffries of New York will be the next speaker of the House if Democrats manage to hold on to their majority next year.”
She spoke to CNN host Jake Tapper on a myriad of subjects a week ago and, among those, was her possible election campaign for 2022 when the host asked her if she intended to seek the position again.
“You think I’m going to make an announcement right here and now?” she said.
“You’re gonna run for re-election though, yes?” the host said.
“Why would I tell you that now?” she said as she left.
Democratic House Nancy Pelosi won't say whether or not she plans to run for Speaker again if Democrats keep the House, telling @jaketapper she will that conversation with her family first. pic.twitter.com/BrvnGmcMsr— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) October 24, 2021
“It’s not just me, it’s the American people. It’s the world. This is an international show,” he said.
“Probably I would have that conversation with my family first if you don’t mind,” she said.
During the interview, she postulated that Democrats could ac alone to raise the debt ceiling again in December using budget reconciliation.
“That’s one path. But we’re still hoping to have bipartisanship,” she said on “State of the Union,” CNN reported.
But there could be other reasons for her not seeking election again in 2022, as her poll numbers have cratered.
“It is impressive that the least popular politician in the country has somehow managed to become even more unpopular,” said Mike Berg, a spokesman for the NRCC. “We are going to ensure voters know that Nancy Pelosi is the running mate for every vulnerable Democrat who backed her for Speaker of the House.”
With a razor-thin majority in the House, Pelosi's unpopularity might act as a stumbling block for the Democrats in the 2022 midterm elections, causing them to lose their control in the House.