House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the planet is on the ballot in the upcoming midterm elections and encouraged Democrat voters to make their vote count this midterm election cycle.
Pelosi, in her first public appearance since the brutal attack on her husband, rallied grassroots activists Friday, saying that the midterm elections are a fight for democracy and are “very winnable.”
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“There’s no question that the planet is on the ballot.” Pelosi said. “They call it a hoax, but it is scientifically, significantly a challenge to us all.”
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The speaker’s comments come as Democrats face fierce competition in races for control of Congress in the midterm elections Tuesday.
“Abortion is on the chopping block.” the speaker warned. “Make no mistake!”
The speaker shifted to discuss “young people issues” such as individual rights, abortion, and LGBTQ rights.
“I do not know how anybody could say, ‘I care about the planet, I think I’ll vote Republican.” the speaker said. “Oh, really? Oh, really?”
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