House Democrats have reelected Rep. Nancy Pelosi as House Minority Leader despite her third consecutive failure at winning a majority. The Washington Examiner's Salena Zito says that they turned their backs on voters upset about the economy, the impact of Obamacare and the plight of working-class Americans. Since 2008, the party has lost over 1,000 legislative seats nationwide, and yet they rarely speak of it. Salena says that they are still not getting the message. Barrack Obama pulled off a rare feat when he drew voters from a wide variety of social, political and racial groups, winning two times. Hillary Clinton and the Democrats just don't have that appeal and have effectively given up on vast swaths of the country. Originally aired on Cam & Co 12/05/16.