Nancy Pelosi’s Latest Move May Have Put Her Relationship With Biden On Ice

The Democrat Party has been suffering from some serious internal battles the last few weeks.

This hasn’t been the cakewalk many on the Left had hoped for, and it looks to be getting worse with each passing day.

And Nancy Pelosi’s latest move may have put her relationship with Biden on ice.

Joe Biden was hopeful his $3.5 trillion socialist spending bill would give a boost to his poll numbers.

Unfortunately for Biden, he didn’t account for those in his Party that fear holding onto their seats come the 2022 midterms.

Nancy Pelosi knows she has almost no wiggle room in the House and finally surrendered on the $3.5 trillion price tag.

This dashed any dreams Biden had of a boost in the polls.

To add to it, Pelosi also made the decision to make the scope of the bill narrower, telling her caucus the legislation would only focus on a select few priorities and would fund them for a longer period of time.

Originally, Pelosi tried to spread the money around to every radically leftist policy under the sun, but only funding them for a few years.

This move by Pelosi doesn’t make passing the outrageous spending bill any easier.

The infighting is only going to get worse as Democrats start feuding over whose pet projects are more important and should get funding.

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Narrow margins in both the House and the Senate opens the door to derailing Biden’s dream bill very easily.

The radical leftists in the Democrat Party are refusing to work with the more moderate Democrats and it doesn’t look as if that will change anytime soon.

This doesn’t look good for Joe Biden, and it looks even worse for Democrats in swing districts.

Some say 2022 is still a long way away, but with the way the Democrats are bickering they could be seriously destroying any chances of retaining control.

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