Pro-Abortion Nancy Pelosi “Pretty Comfortable” She Will be Speaker if Democrats Take Over the House

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Oct 22, 2018   |   1:05PM   |   Washington, DC

Here is yet another reason to vote pro-life this November. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said she was “pretty comfortable” that she would be speaker of the House if Democrats take it over.

“I am a great legislator,” Pelosi told CNN’s Dana Bash. “And one reason I am is because I recognize the contributions of others, our committee chairs and all the rest. … I am also politically astute. I took them to a victory in 2006, I know how to do this.”

“It is up to them to make that decision, but I feel pretty comfortable where I am,” Pelosi told Bash.

Pelosi also said the Democrats would come out on top if the midterm elections were held Monday.

“If the election were held today, the Democrats would handily win the House,” Pelosi said. “I can only speak in the present tense because you never know.”

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Pelosi earlier this year strongly opposed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, saying he would overturned Roe if confirmed.

“A vote for Judge Kavanaugh is a vote to destroy Roe v. Wade,” Pelosi said during a press conference with abortion groups and the Congressional Pro-Choice Caucus. “It’s a vote to roll back a generation of progress for women and their families. But we don’t agonize, we organize because we know that a Democratic Congress can stop much of the Supreme Court’s awful assaults.”

“We have to work to say that we shouldn’t be appointing someone to the court that does not support stare decisis – previous decisions of the court,” she said.

Meanwhile, Cecile Richards called Nancy Pelosi one of the best abortion activists ever.

Richards, who left the abortion giant Plnned Parenthood in May, wrote a glowing profile for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) in Time’s 100 Most Influential People of 2018 list praising her as a woman who “has done more than anyone else in office to advance women’s equity and opportunity, and to build a stronger future for generations to come.”