December 7, 2022 10:51 PM

REVEALED: Nancy Pelosi’s Staffs Reported Fleeing Ship Thanks to Rumors of Her Exit





As it looks increasingly likely that Nancy Pelosi, who invests in stocks and real estate investments, is preparing for a permanent retirement, reports are circulating that her staff are on the run, trying to abandon the sinking ship and find a new job as it sinks forever.

For example, according to Breitbart, “Nancy Pelosi’s executive director for Congress, Jorge Aguilar, is the latest person to leave Pelosi’s side after he’s been with her for about a decade. Aguilar will join thegroup, a strategy and communications company. Breitbart adds that his departure is likely a sign that Pelosi is retiring, as the departure of staff and aides is often taken as a sign that the politician retires.




And while Aguilar, an aide who has worked with Pelosi for a decade, including leading her re-election campaign, is the latest to jump Pelosi's ship, he is far from the only one to do so.

Breitbart adds that his departure is likely a sign that Pelosi is retiring, as the departure of staff and aides is often taken as a sign that the politician retires. And while Aguilar, an aide who has worked with Pelosi for a decade, including leading her re-election campaign, is the latest to jump Pelosi's ship, he is far from the only one to do so.




According to Politico, the problem of attrition has skyrocketed and gotten so bad that it's now double what it was last year, putting his office in the 90th percentile in terms of revenue: "[Aguilar's departure] was the last in a series of recent departures from Pelosi's land that have propelled the speaker into the 90th percentile of the highest home sales, according to data from LegiStorm.

The Speaker's office skyrocketed in 2021, a trend he followed in anticipation of this being his final term. According to LegiStorm data, his office ranked 42nd out of 439 chamber offices in invoicing, and its turnover rate was .69, almost double the average turnover of 0.38 for offices as a whole last year."




However, Politico adds that Pelosi's office has downplayed the turnover rate, citing issues such as the pandemic and January 6 as the reason for the increased turnover. Still, her office turnover rate has been exceptional and is likely an indication that she is ready to retire.

Otherwise, longtime attendees and staff are unlikely to go, especially in such large numbers. If she leaves, Pelosi will join the growing list (now 24) of Democratic members of the House of Representatives who will retire rather than face re-election campaigns in 2022.



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