Stuart Varney: Democrats treating Republicans' speaker election fiasco like a 'comedy movie'
Stuart Varney: Democrats are treating Republicans’ speaker election fiasco like a ‘comedy movie’
FOX Business host Stuart Varney argues Republican holdouts want to impose their minority views on the entire House GOP conference.
During his latest "My Take," "Varney & Co." host Stuart Varney discusses the House Republicans' infighting on public display as they failed to elect the next House speaker, arguing the "Democrats are treating it like a comedy movie."
STUART VARNEY: My colleague Brian Kilmeade had a good analogy about the speaker election fiasco.
He said it’s like going into the locker room to decide who would be captain of the team.
There's a fight.
They can't decide who is to lead the team onto the field, but the game can't start until the team has a captain.
THE VOTE FOR HOUSE SPEAKER
That’s exactly where the Republican "team" stands right now. They are fighting each other.
They don't have a captain.
So, there's no legislation, no debate, they can't even swear in the members.
The Democrats are treating it like a comedy movie; they've broken out the popcorn.
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