Nub_DanishFigglebottomPelosi having to fight harder means she must have someone to fight against (republicans/trump), saying it's the best the senate could do further implies that the other branches of government were opposed to it. I don't know how little you know about the political landscape, but the speaker of the house of opposition party is generally in direct opposition to the president as long as it is politically beneficial. Maybe mustard was trying to say Pelosi didn't want a better relief bill, but idk why'd you say fought if that's what you meant.Nub_Danishmustardoverlordwhat the fuck are you talking about, I literally didn't even mention trump's name lmaoI think the implication of your comments was pretty clear, but we can pretend you didn't mean it if you want :)
>be pelosi, democrat house majority leader
>different party and branch of government than trump
>gets criticised by some neet degens in a video game forum
>somehow an attack on trump???
canadian trump supporters sure are a special breed aren't they lmfao
idk much about mustard's political views but this idea that the politicians aren't actually fighting for the party's interest is not an uncommon one (e.g. the tea party movement labeling the moderate republicans as RINOs - republicans in name only). Trump being in favour of a less generous stimulus package although is something I would disagree with is something to be expected - he is a member of the GOP and they are traditionally in favour of less government intervention, so I don't think it's unsafe to assume that the criticism was directed towards Pelosi for not being ambitious enough.