Fox News host Sandra Smith asked Democrat Rep. Debbie Dingell if she believes House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi needs to be replaced.
Dingell appeared on “America’s HQ” on Wednesday to discuss the recent special election in Georgia where Democrat Jon Ossoff lost to Republican Karen Handel.
Democrats have now lost special elections in Kansas, Montana, and South Carolina.
“I don’t think this is [about] one person,” Dingell said, adding that Democrats need to find a way to come together as a party and come up with an appealing message before November.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Pelosi, 77, is the face of a Democrat Party that voters have soundly rejected. Some Democrats are clamoring for Pelosi to retire and allow a fresh face to represent the party.
It’s a notion that Pelosi has been dreading to hear, but it is one that Democrats should consider answering if they want to win.
Pelosi, who often gets confused, should consider it, too.
Of course, we are not complaining. If Democrats want to keep Pelosi and all the other Democrat losers around, let them.
No matter what happens, the Democratic Party is in bad shape and that is good news for the Republican Party. If they continue pushing forward with disliked and old leadership, the Republican Party will continue to win elections and will be provided with the opportunity to properly run this country.