Elise Stefanik Puts Pelosi On Notice: “We have strong conservative women who are running in the 2022 election to fire Nancy Pelosi once and for all”

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) put Nancy Pelosi and the Dems on notice saying the GOP has ‘strong conservative women who are running in the 2022 election to fire Nancy Pelosi once and for all.’

Elise said: “There is nothing more terrifying to a Democrat than conservative women. There is nothing more terrifying to Nancy Pelosi than strong, outspoken, conservative women. We saw in the 2020 election cycle that Republican women led the way in flipping a number of seats, and, remember, this was sort of a sleeper win for the House in the election cycle.

“They thought Nancy Pelosi was going to pick up seats, when, in fact, Republicans won 15 seats, 11 of which were flipped by Republican women. We are building on that success in 2020 and have strong conservative women who are running in the 2022 election to fire Nancy Pelosi once and for all.

“When I talk to women, and just generally voters in my district, on every single issue, Democrats have failed them.

 “Whether it’s inflation, they’re seeing that Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi’s failed policies and reckless spending have led to historic inflation, and that hurts families the worst.

“I’m a new mom. I have a three-month-old, Sam, and education was very important to me as I grew up, and it was something that my parents instilled in my brother and I, giving us the best educational opportunities, and that’s what I want for Sam, and I’m already thinking about that and he’s only three months old.

“I think moms and dads want to make sure their kids get the best education possible to succeed in America and what we’re seeing is this far-left agenda being pushed through national organizations, whether it’s teaching of the critical race theory in teacher training programs or integrating it into curriculums. 

“We’re also seeing school districts withhold curriculums from parents, which, by law, they’re required to have parental engagement plans to make sure that parents are able to have transparency into what their kids are being taught in schools.”

“You saw parents really get engaged in this process, and these weren’t typically political families,” Stefanik said.