Well, I don’t know with other Democrats, but Nancy Pelosi is sure will already have contingency plans should the 2022 midterms go sideways for Democrats.
The California Democrat is readying her next job should the Republicans retake the House, and it’s far from the Capitol Building.
Pelosi wants Biden to nominate her for the vacant position of U.S. ambassador to Italy — one of the most Catholic countries in the world, home of Vatican City, and Pope Francis, who has grown increasingly frustrated with her pro-abortion activism, for which she was finally excommunicated by the San Francisco archbishop in May.
So, ambassador to Italy? Perfect job for Pelosi? Not made in heaven.
As we’ve seen for years, Pelosi’s hypocrisy knows no bounds, and her hypocrisy begins and ends with the “very Catholic person” Speaker’s staunch support for abortion, including on-demand abortion until birth, which she has called “sacred ground.”
In other reports, the US Ambassador’s residence in Italy has a pool, private gardens, and a wine cellar.
Here’s what Fox Business reported:
Sources tell FOX Business’ that Pelosi wants President Biden to nominate her to become the next U.S. ambassador to Italy if the GOP takes the House majority in the midterm elections.
Biden is holding the spot for the speaker, sources say, which is one reason he has yet to fill the position since taking office. Speculation earlier this year that a Pelosi ally and former Wall Street executive wanted the job has shifted with the increasing likelihood that the GOP takes the majority.
There was no clarity yet on how a new Senate will react to a Pelosi nomination, but there was a mixed reaction to her in the role from sources this week.
According to a report from Politico, Pelosi traveled to Italy for a vacation with her extended family in July.
Pelosi brought her extended family to a lavish Italian holiday in Forte dei Marmi in July, and Roman observers are split over whether that’s proof of her warming them up for Villa Taverna, or just an indication that America’s most powerful Italian-American can get her dose of la dolce vita through short trips instead.
Whatever the reason for the empty chair, “not having an American ambo in Rome in times of Italian turmoil is simply absurd and self-defeating for Washington,” one highly placed Italian source complained to Global Insider. “I’ve seen good ones from both Democrat and Republican ranks and how they operate, influence, pass messages, pull strings. There’s an audience for them. But they need to be on location.”