Pelosi: This May Not Be a Blue Wave, But a 'Tsunami'


All she cares about is the number 218.....
Pelosi joining in on the Dem's overconfidence about the 2018 midterms that are 20 days away. Clearly, she thinks she's going to be Speaker again. Dems need to pick up 24 seats to take the House.

The presidential party has lost seats in all but three (1934, 1998, and 2002) of the 29 midterms held since 1900.


Fox News
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., seems to have no doubts that Democrats will win big in the upcoming midterm elections, despite recent warnings the party may be overconfident. The only question for Pelosi is how big.

People ask me all over the country, ‘Is it a wave, or is it a tsunami?'” Pelosi said Tuesday during a speech at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. “And I said, well, in either case, it’s little drops of water. And many of them. How many a wave, how many more a tsunami. But they’re all close. They’re all very, very close. These are many close races.

“I think if the election were today, we would win the majority. I don’t know how much water would be involved, but we would win the majority. Wave or tsunami, we’ll see in three weeks.”

Pelosi added that she believes the momentum in the run-up to the midterms is with the Democrats and she has “never seen anything like” the party’s current get-out-the-vote push

“I would much rather, from the standpoint of handicapping, be Democrats than Republicans today,” she said. “We’re in a much better place. Voting is beginning, and so we intend — we have fabulous candidates on the field.”




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