Nancy Pelosi and her fellow Democrats flew to Guatemala to promise that country security and prosperity. It would have been nice if they had done the same for West Virginia or Baltimore in this country, but then again, Americans are not their base constituency, illegal aliens are. Pelosi made the claim that her trip was bipartisan. The only Republican on the trip is the representative of American Samoa, a non-voting member of the House, who probably accepted because it was an all-expense-paid free trip. Pelosi is bitter because the government of Guatemala cut a deal with President Trump that severely curtailed the number of illegal aliens traveling to our border.
Nancy Pelosi and a delegation of Democrat lawmakers are currently in Central America visiting future voters.
Pelosi promised the people of Guatemala economic opportunity and security.
When was the last time Pelosi and her cohorts traveled to West Virginia or Mississippi to promise economic opportunity?
It was a pleasure to meet with Guatemalan humanitarian, civil society and business leaders yesterday to discuss our common desire to create economic opportunity and security for the people of Guatemala. https://t.co/6izDSGcOEl pic.twitter.com/b6jAeqzt9V
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) August 9, 2019
The bipartisan(**) delegation is traveling to the Northern Triangle this week to renew their commitment to helping the people of Central America.
Democrats are actively campaigning in Central America.
A bipartisan Congressional delegation is traveling to the Northern Triangle Countries in Central America & the U.S. Southwest border to renew our commitment to helping empower the people of the Northern Triangle to build a better future at home. https://t.co/vOWNDx0etw
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) August 8, 2019
Pelosi called the delegation “bipartisan” because American Samoa Rep. Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen, a Republican, tagged along with the other Democrats for the tour of Central America.
Author: Steven Ahle
Source: David Harris Jr: Pelosi and Democrats Go to Guatemala to Recruit New Voters