Nancy Pelosi does it every week! She delivers a press conference full of lies and distortions about the latest newsworthy topic. Maybe she’s counting on the low information voter to be ignorant of the facts. We really don’t know why someone doesn’t stop her but it’s to the advantage of Republicans that she keeps it up.


AMERICAN MIRROR REPORTS: Calling the policy “barbaric,” and ignoring the fact that the Obama administration did similar things, Pelosi said, “Do they have any idea of the impact on children, on families? Prob— Well, maybe they do, maybe they don’t care.”

She continued, “Never mind these moms took these children to escape possible death, rape, gang violence where they lived and they have no alternative.”

Pelosi claimed Republicans said they know how to parent the children better than the actual parents, before citing a professor who appeared at an event organized by Democrats.

“Think of the stress of these children,” she said. “You take a baby away from a nursing mother. You tell someone you’re going to give the baby a shower or a bath and then they take the baby, put them in a car seat and drive them away.

“This is not normal,” she declared.

“In fact, it’s barbaric. It has to stop.

“Now, what they’re saying is, well, we’ll find a way not to separate them. One of their ways not to separate children is not to let them even seek asylum, which is a right that people have in the world–to seek asylum. So that’s not a solution,” she said.

“A solution is not to tear children from their parent— Don’t stick peas up your nose. Don’t stick a stick in your ear. What is it that they don’t get about how stupid and wrong an immoral this is?” she wondered after making her strange analogy.

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