As we’ve reported previously, Nancy Pelosi seems to have settled on a Dem midterm strategy of campaigning against an improving economy, and that effort continued during a Q & A with reporters this week:
Pelosi: ‘Hip, Hip Hooray, Unemployment is Down, What Does That Mean to Me?’ https://t.co/22d9lylure
— CNSNews.com (@cnsnews) June 7, 2018
I simply can't imagine Negative Nancy Pelosi being Speaker Of The House. #Crumbs. Out of touch and tone deaf
Downplaying and being deceitful in these statements. Wages are actually increasing (fact) just reported with last jobs report. Food… https://t.co/wvclHrZsNd
— Ed (@EdOffner) June 8, 2018
Nice try, and good luck with that approach, Rep. Pelosi! *Eye roll*
Nancy Pelosi downplays the low unemployment rate by saying consumer confidence is what really matters & only the Democrats’ plan can increase it.
Consumer confidence is at an 18-year high. pic.twitter.com/4RA7j1k8Yz
— Ryan Saavedra ?? (@RealSaavedra) June 7, 2018
Pelosi also said she’d like to see less dependency on government. Anybody buying that one?
— Foghorn Leghorn, PhD (@APMcKeownTX) June 8, 2018
It's Negative Nancy at it again. https://t.co/oMy9uo34Fn
— Jerry Adams (@Wreckingcrew777) June 8, 2018