Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi appeared on ABC’s “This Week” with Democrat Party cheerleader and host, George Stephanopoulos, where she proved Democrats couldn’t care less about the Iranian protesters filling the streets of Iran, as they risk their lives to defend their human rights.

During her appearance, Stephanopoulos asked about the thousands of anti-Iranian regime protesters who are filling the streets in Iran, “We’re seeing now demonstrations in the streets of Iran against the regime.”

The “This Week” host asked Pelosi if she supported the Iranian protesters:

“Do you support the protesters, and would it be a good thing if they brought the regime down?”

Pelosi shamelessly responded:

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“Well, the protesters are—are protesting, as I understand it —this brand of protesters, about the fact that that plane went down…and many students, uh, were on that plane and these are largely students in the street. I think the Iranians should have not had commercial flights going off when there was…”   

Stephanopoulos interrupted Pelosi:

“They’re calling out the regime for lying. They’re saying ‘Death to Khamenei as well.'”

Nancy responded:

“No. Well, whatever it is, but the fact is this there were protesters in the streets before against the regime. After the taking out of Soleimani, there were protesters in the street joined together, as you know, against us.  That wasn’t good. Taking down this plane was a terrible, terrible tragedy, and they should be held accountable for letting commercial flights go at a time that was so, so dangerous.”

Shameless hack politician, Nancy Pelosi, didn’t disappoint with her final response. She made it crystal clear that the Democrat leadership is not willing to throw their support behind the protesters fighting for human rights:

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“But there are different reasons that there are people in the streets.”


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