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Vote From Home: Pelosi Says House Democrats Don’t Have To Show Up to Work for 6 More Weeks


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Meanwhile, Biden COVID adviser and 'architect of Obamacare' calls for more masking, less travel, bans on indoor dining

"It's time for Americans to get back to work and fill our great downtowns again," President Joe Biden said during his State of the Union address on March 1. "People working from home can feel safe to begin to return to the office."

Months have passed, but Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) refuses to take the president's advice. The leading Democrat announced on Friday that House members could continue to work from home and vote remotely until June 28, at which point she will consider an additional extension.


Pelosi, who is best known for violating COVID restrictions to get her hair done at a fancy salon and flaunting her $24,000 freezer stocked with $12 pints of luxury ice cream as ordinary Americans struggled to make ends meet, previously extended the remote working period on March 28, four weeks after Biden's remarks.

A Washington Free Beacon investigation found that as of March 18, many Democratic offices on Capitol Hill and throughout the country remained closed. In April, the Free Beacon reported that Senate cafeteria workers were at risk of losing their jobs because so many Democrats refused to show up to work. Unlike Pelosi's colleagues in the House, however, senators are still required to vote in person.:snip:


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