Speaker Pelosi held her weekly press conference this morning to discuss the race for president and to criticize President Trump. Every Thursday, she trots out and proceeds to throw poison darts to try and damage President Trump. While she claims to want to be bipartisan, she is nasty to the president at every turn. Today was no exception. She criticized the president for his response to the coronavirus outbreak around the world (see below) and then moved on to respond to questions about Socialist Bernie Sanders:
Pelosi has been nudged to the far left by the radical Democrats since the 2018 midterms. She has caved to the radicals on impeachment and now is doing the same when it comes to nominating a Socialist to be president.
During the press conference this morning she claimed unity within the party and said House Democrats would support Bernie Sanders if he’s the nominee:
It’s all about winning at all costs to Pelosi. Keeping her power comes before what’s best for the American people.
Bernie Sanders has a radical Socialist agenda that will destroy America, but Pelosi refuses to denounce him. That says everything.
Pelosi criticized the Trump administration’s “chaotic” response to coronavirus but then went on to claim it’s not a time for name-calling or playing politics.
The only people who are name-calling and playing politics are Pelosi and Schumer. They have politicized the coronavirus outbreak from the beginning.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticizes the Trump administration's "chaotic" response to coronavirus outbreak.
— ABC News (@ABC) February 27, 2020
This is the woman who said the president “doesn’t know what he’s talking about,” yet she points the finger at him for criticism?
"I don't think the president knows what he's talking about — once again," Pelosi on Trump saying Coronavirus is under control. pic.twitter.com/SrTQziHTej
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) February 26, 2020
The president had a fantastic response yesterday to Nancy Pelosi trying to criticize and politicize the coronavirus outbreak.
President Trump: “Instead of making a statement like that, she should be saying, ‘We have to work together because we have a big problem’ …
I hope that it’s going to be a very little problem, but we have to work together.”
"Instead of making a statement like that, she should be saying, 'We have to work together because we have a big problem' …
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 27, 2020
Pelosi spoke about the funding a few days ago saying it’s not enough, and it’s too late…more criticism.
— Carl Higbie (@CarlHigbie) February 27, 2020