“We must face the existential threat of our time: the climate crisis,” House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said in January in her opening address to Congress. “The entire Congress must work to put an end to the inaction and denial of science that threaten the planet and the future.” But that’s for you people. See, there are different rules for Pelosi and her Democrats than there are for you, the hoi polloi. After spending all their time trying to impeach President Trump, the Democrats in the House headed out on a two-week vacation. And what Pelosi likes to do when the House is in recess is travel the world on the taxpayers’ dime. They’re called congressional delegations, or CoDels for short. Wiktionary gives a handy definition: “Government-paid trips abroad, designed to give lawmakers first-hand knowledge of matters relevant to their legislation.” And perhaps they once were that. But nowadays, an awful lot of CoDels end up in Venice or Paris or Rome. Of course, CoDel participants travel first class, often in government planes, and they don’t stay at the Days Inn. So, with the fate of America hanging in the balance, Pelosi and more than a dozen Democrats find… Read full this story
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