With less than three weeks before the 2018 midterm elections, we’d like to give Nancy Pelosi a shout out, and thank her, for helping to keep the intolerance and close-mindedness of the Democrat mob in the forefront of the news…
The Republican Party can’t buy this kind of PR.
During a conversation with the rabidly, anti-Trump NYT’s op-ed columnist Paul Krugman, House Minority Leader, Democrat Nancy Pelosi, hilarioulsy attempted to take credit for gay marriage. Pelosi was forced to immediately backtrack when she discovered her conversation was being taped, and that the legalization of gay marriage was actually a ruling by the Supreme Court and not a law passed by the Democrats.
As usual, Nancy Pelosi just can’t help but embarrass herself and the Party she represents. Nancy ironically, yammered on incoherently, about “total clarity”, as she touched on divisive issues, like gun control and man-made climate change. On the topic of climate change, Pelosi then explained how she wants to form a subcommittee to address “storms and such”. She told the audience that Krugman’s former mentor Bill Nordhouse, who won a Nobel Prize for his work on climate economics, suggested that creating new jobs in the phony climate change industry would boost our economy. Pelosi relayed Nordhouse’s theory, saying “We need to pass an overwhelming number of jobs in order to protect all of our society” explaining how adding government jobs would boost the “prosperity” of our nation. Hmmm…where have we heard that before?
Just as Krugman was about to ask a question, Pelosi interrupted to say: “So, anyway, I think that we owe the American people to be there for them—for their financial security—respecting the dignity and worth of every person in our country. And if there’s some collateral damage for some others who do not share our view, well, so be it. But it shouldn’t’ be our original purpose.”
Watch the incredible exchange here:
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 18, 2018
Here’s a longer version of Pelosi’s conversation with Krugman on Youtube: