House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) cancelled a vote on a Senate-passed $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill Thursday night, after failing to gain the support needed for passage after far-left progressives in her party promised to block the measure until there was agreement to pass the $3.5 trillion spending bill, which they are attempting to pass without Republican support. Speaker Pelosi leaves the Capitol @ 12:01am Friday morning.Asked how disappointed she is there was no vote tonight, she replied “They’ll be a vote today.” pic.twitter.com/kC1ctIuDDw — Jason Donner (@jason_donner) October 1, 2021 Pelosi had insisted all week, even earlier in the day, that vote on the infrastructure legislation would be Thursday after passing a self imposed September 27 deadline for a vote in order to placate far-left Democrats who wanted to vote on the larger spending bill first.
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