Moments after the Derek Chauvin jury was announced, the breathless media wanted a statement from Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and as usual, Nancy delivered.

Pelosi immediately thanked the deceased Floyd for dying: “Thank you George Floyd for sacrificing your life for justice!” Pelosi said from under her mask.

Nancy Pelosi wasn’t always such a fan of BLM…In August 2016, Guccifer 2.0 leaked documents showing a memo from Nancy Pelosi to her minions about how to “handle” the Black Lives Matter terror group.

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In the memo, Pelosi was very careful to tell the DCCC staff to talk to BLM members but make sure not to meet with them in large numbers. In other words, feed the animals—but keep them at an arm’s length.

This is exactly the kind of rhetoric you would expect from 5-star Nancy (whose net worth is listed at $74.11 million). Keep them engaged so you don’t lose the Black voting block, but don’t let them get too close…

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Most notable is advising Democrats not to say ‘All lives matter’ or to talk about ‘black-on-black crime’ as this is the ‘worst thing’ to say to Black Lives Matter activists.

It describes BLM as “radical”, which is pretty accurate and notes that it extends beyond questions of police brutality to “criminal justice reform”. What they leave out is they don’t want reform, they want to eliminate prisons and police.

Notice also it advises: “Don’t offer support for concrete policy positions”. In other words, listen and pretend you care, while offering nothing.

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