Can you imagine if this was a Democratic Congresswoman and a Republican Speaker of the House? But then I don’t think there are any Republicans with so little class.
Republican Rep. Claudia Tenney claimed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stopped her son, an active duty Marine, be there for her swearing-in ceremony — but Pelosi’s office tells Fox News the reason for this was due to COVID-19 restrictions put in place by the House Sergeant at Arms and the congressional Attending Physician. The race for New York’s 22nd Congressional Race, Tenney’s district, wasn’t decided until this week—after more than three months since the November election and dozens of days in court. REPUBLICANS WIN THE LAST DISPUTED CONGRESSIONAL RACE FROM NOVEMBER’S ELECTION BY PRUDENTIAL FINANCIAL ¿Qué tipo de seguro de vida es el adecuado para tu familia? Entiende los diferentes tipos de seguro de vida que tienes a tu disposición. See more Tenney, R-N.Y., defeated Democratic incumbent Rep. Anthony Brindisi by 109 votes, a New York State Supreme Court justice ruled last week. Tenney was first elected to Congress in 2016, with Brindisi ousting her in 2018. Tenney was set to be sworn in on Thursday on Capitol Hill, and said she requested to have her son, a graduate of the Naval Academy and an active duty Marine, join her for the ceremony. “I just would have loved to have my son with me. I raised him as a single parent,” Tenney said on “Fox & Friends” Friday. “We’ve been with each other, nothing greater day than his graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy, it was such an honor and now he is serving our country.”GOP congresswoman claims Pelosi stopped her Naval Academy son from attending swearing-in | Fox News