Mark Steyn delivers a reality check to ‘Queen’ Nancy during a segment on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ that’s priceless!
The topic was about when Pelosi claimed she prays for President Trump all the time. This was during the same rant where she also claimed since she’s Catholic that she doesn’t hate anyone. She had been asked by James Rosen of Sinclair news if she hates President Trump and went ballistic pointing her finger at Rosen to claim she’s not guilty of hate.
Steyn lets Pelosi have it! He delivers an honest takedown on her phony self-righteousness and sickening ‘false piety’.
“300 million people across the country know that Nancy Pelosi isn’t praying for the president.” – Mark Steyn
Pelosi’s church is the church of leftism since she thinks it’s just fine to abort babies. She’s no Catholic.
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON NANCY’S RANT TO JAMES ROSEN:
Earlier today, Nancy Pelosi announced that the House Democrats will move forward with impeachment against President Trump. “Sadly, but with confidence and humility…today I am asking our chairmen to proceed with articles of impeachment,” Pelosi told the media while lying through her teeth.
Later, a visibly ruffled Nancy Pelosi, who usually gets softball questions from the media during her weekly press conferences, lashed out at Sinclair reporter James Rosen, who asked the Democrat Speaker, Do you hate the President, Madame Speaker?”
“I don’t hate anybody. As a Catholic, I resent your using the word hate in a sentence that addresses me. I don’t hate anyone.”
A very perturbed Nancy continued to prove her Catholicism to Rosen,” I was raised in a way that is a heart full of love, and always pray for the President. I pray for the President all the time,” she continued. “So, don’t mess with me, when it comes to words like that!” Pelosi warned Rosen as she stormed off the stage.
Pelosi unleashes on reporter: "I don't hate anybody. As a Catholic, I resent your using the word hate in a sentence that addresses me. I don't hate anyone."
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) December 5, 2019
Hmmm…that’s not what Nancy’s own daughter, Alexandra Pelosi thinks about her mom.
After becoming Speaker of the House again in 2018, CNN asked Pelosi’s daughter what she thinks about her mom becoming Speaker of the House again for a second time. Alexandra responded by saying, “She’ll cut your head off and you won’t even know you’re bleeding.” “That’s all you need to know about her. No one ever won betting against Nancy Pelosi.” Nancy’s daughter warned. Pelosi added, “This is not her first rodeo. She’s been around.”
Yesterday, in an effort to make Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi look like a victim, Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer whined to the media, saying that President Trump called Speaker Pelosi a "third-rate politician." But is Rep. Nancy Pelosi a "victim," or is she really a wolf in sheep's clothing?Nancy Pelosi’s daughter was asked by a panel of CNN hosts about her darling mother, she responded: “She’ll cut off your head and you won’t even know that you're bleeding."
Posted by 100 Percent FED Up on Thursday, October 17, 2019
In 2013, the Vatican Chief Justice said that because of Nancy’s status as a Catholic, she must be denied holy communion in the church.
CNS – Because of her longstanding support for abortion, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), a Catholic, must be denied Communion under the law of the Catholic Church, said Cardinal Raymond Burke, head of the highest court at the Vatican.
Cardinal Burke referenced his remarks about Pelosi to Canon Law–the law governing the Catholic Church–and specifically Canon 915, which says those Catholics who obstinately persevere “in manifest grave sin are not to be admitted to Holy Communion.”
“Certainly this is a case when Canon 915 must be applied,” said Cardinal Burke in an interview reprinted on Sept. 5 in The Wanderer, a national Catholic weekly. “This is a person who obstinately, after repeated admonitions, persists in a grave sin–cooperating with the crime of procured abortion–and still professes to be a devout Catholic.”
“This is a prime example of what Blessed John Paul II referred to as the situation of Catholics who have divorced their faith from their public life and therefore are not serving their brothers and sisters in the way that they must–in safeguarding and promoting the life of the innocent and defenseless unborn, in safeguarding and promoting the integrity of marriage and the family,” said the cardinal.