VIDEO Should Nancy Pelosi Be Removed From Office?

By BREAKING NEWS - April 30, 2021


In remarks implying there is no progress in closing a budget gridlock that has shut down the government for about fourteen days, House Speaker-assign Nancy Pelosi told President Donald Trump that he would get "none" to subsidize his southern border divider.


On NBC's Today show, Pelosi, a Democratic delegate from California, was asked if she would give Trump a portion of the $5 billion he is seeking to build the wall. "Nothing for the divider," Pelosi said emphatically. "We're talking about defense on the outskirts." This is something we can learn both forward and backward. 
No, it's not true. How many more times are we going to be able to say no? "Nothing for the divider," says the divider.

Before the shutdown began on December 22, Trump said in an enraged meeting with Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, that he will take responsibility for any government shutdown. At the event, Trump said that he would be "pleased to shut down the legislature for outskirt defense."
Since then, Trump has sought to blame the shutdown on Democrats for refusing to agree to a spending plan that includes some of the $5 billion in funding Trump is seeking for his border wall. 
He argues that this would prevent illegal immigrants from entering the country.

When the new group of Congresspeople is approved after the November midterm elections, Democrats will undoubtedly be the majority party in the House of Representatives. They hope to pass legislation to subsidize the government departments that have been shuttered.
Although they have stated that they do not support the divider, they have indicated that they will contribute an additional $1.6 billion to outskirt defense. Regardless, Trump and the Republicans need more—and specifically for the construction of the divider, not just for fringe protection. 
According to CBS News, Schumer told journalists after a meeting at the White House on Wednesday, "We demanded that the president bolster the bills that we bolster that would open up government."

"We request that he provide us with one valid reason—I asked him directly, 'Mr. President, please provide me with one valid justification why you should continue with your shutdown of the eight bureau offices while we address our differences on national security.' He couldn't come up with a clever retort "remarked Schumer.
The Senate is controlled by Republicans, who should support the budget proposal as well. Despite the fact that the House has flipped back to the Democrats, Republicans have increased their Senate majority after the midterm elections.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the House Democrats' budget package a "nonstarter" and urged them to come up with something "genuine" if they want to break the impasse.

"It's exactly the kind of thing you'd expect if the incoming House Democrats were planning a political circus rather than doing their job of overseeing the nation. At the end of the day, it's a complete no-no "According to The Hill, McConnell told the Senate.  
President Trump tweeted that congressional pioneers had a "imperative" meeting on border protection, but there was no sign that the shutdown would be ended.

"The two parties must work together to pass a funding bill that protects this country and its people– this is government's first and most important responsibility," Trump wrote on Twitter. "I remain ready and willing to work with Democrats to pass legislation that secures our borders, supports the experts and officers on the ground, and protects America. We should finish it!"
"Unfortunately, there can be no REAL Border Security without the Wall!" the president added later.  
He also said at a meeting with his bureau that he is fine with the shutdown going on "for as long as it takes" because he believes "the general population of this country believes I'm right."  

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