In most democracies, defeated party leaders resign and allow new ones to emerge.
And we know — since we saw Pelosi lead Congress in the last two years of President George W. Bush — that she will stop Congress from doing anything.
Obamacare cost Pelosi the Speaker’s gavel in 2010.
If the upper chamber remains as closely divided as it is today, Democrats would just need a few defections from swing-state Senators to impose government health care on America.
In sum, Speaker Pelosi 2.0 offers a do-nothing Congress, whose agenda will be to remove Trump — by impeachment if possible, by election if necessary.