Democrats have not won anything since Trump won and they are not happy about it. Their loss in the Georgia special election this week was particularly painful because they invested so much in it.
Now, many Democrats want Nancy Pelosi removed from her leadership position.
The New York Times reported:
Democrats Seethe After Georgia Loss: ‘Our Brand Is Worse Than Trump’
Democrats scrambled to regroup on Wednesday after a disappointing special election defeat in Georgia, with lawmakers, activists and labor leaders speaking out in public and private to demand a more forceful economic message heading into the 2018 elections.
Among Democrats in Washington, the setback in Georgia revived or deepened a host of existing grievances about the party, accentuating tensions between moderate lawmakers and liberal activists and prompting some Democrats to question the leadership and political strategy of Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader.
A small group of Democrats who have been critical of Ms. Pelosi in the past again pressed her to step down on Wednesday. And in a private meeting of Democratic lawmakers, Representative Tony Cárdenas of California, Ms. Pelosi’s home state, suggested the party should have a more open conversation about her effect on its political fortunes.
Of course, Republicans don’t want Nancy Pelosi to step down.
She’s the gift that keeps on giving!