Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (CA) has a reputation for jumbling up words and sentences. She also has a reputation for gloating after major victories over Republicans, like the time she paraded through lawmakers with a giant gavel to celebrate the passing of the disastrous and unconstitutional Obamacare mandate.
Yesterday, during another one of her victory lap speeches, Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (CA) wished everyone a “Happy Valentine’s Day.” Pelosi started by telling Americans that Democrats were saluting THEIR victory (because, as we all know, it’s never about their constituents…it’s all about the power of the party), suggesting Republicans and President Trump caved to their demands. With all of the theatrics we’ve become accustomed to seeing when Nancy addresses reporters, Pelosi told them, “We saluted our victory – or the victory for the American people – earlier with chocolate. Chocolate from California, I call it the champagne of chocolate. So again, I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving.” Happy Thanksgiving?” How in the world is anyone supposed to trust that this woman is capable of being third in line for President of the United States?
Pelosi then told everyone they should now go home to their loved ones.
California Rep. Pete Aguilar, who is standing to the right of Pelosi can be seen attempting to correct her, as he laughs, asking, “Thanksgiving?”
Watch the incredible moment here, captured and tweeted by CBS reporter Bo Erickson.
In his tweet, the CBS reporter mocked Pelosi, saying: Speaker Pelosi must be so thankful for this funding bill she wished those gathered tonight “Happy Thanksgiving”
Speaker Pelosi must be so thankful for this funding bill she wished those gathered tonight "Happy Thanksgiving" pic.twitter.com/mNYm65QeVI
— Bo Erickson CBS (@BoKnowsNews) February 15, 2019
What do you think? Is this woman capable of being third in line for the presidency? Is it worth the risk to have a dimwit like Pelosi representing the Democrat Party? We’d love to know what you think about Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in the comment section below.