As Nancy Pelosi prepares to move onto a life devoid of speakerships and gavels, her time in Congress will forever be remembered…but not in the way she would have hoped.
Pelosi has been a constant target of conservatives everywhere, with her personal behavior being only slightly less incorrigible than her political actions.
This week, a heckler was able to ask Pelosi a couple pointed questions that she appeared to have no real response for.
There’s a video going viral of her getting shouted at in San Francisco. A man asks her why they’re giving $150 billion to Ukraine while there are so many homeless on the streets in San Francisco.
He also asks her for “stock tips” for semiconductors in Taiwan and if her son was involved with Hunter Biden.
I’m not sure whether he just left or her people helped him to the exit.
Pelosi didn’t appear to handle it well.
But the real kicker here was her response, which was a bit hard to hear. It’s “about your freedom,” Pelosi claimed in reply to the Ukraine question. That’s like it’s “for the children” — it’s the catch-all excuse when you want to shove things through without giving any real answers. Meanwhile, there’s a never-ending stream of our money pouring out while we have an endless string of issues in this country that are not being addressed, that are indeed caused, in part, by the bad policies of the Democrats. It’s never about “our freedom” — it’s always about their power.
Video of the incident can be seen below:
Heckler confronts Nancy Pelosi in San Francisco while she’s having a drink about corruption in her family, Ukraine wasteful spending and stock trading tips!
Nancy incoherently blabbers something.
She’s has single handedly bled a America dry for decades— vile pic.twitter.com/xs2PzraDoZ
— Derrick Byron (@derrick_byron) February 26, 2023
Pelosi has been receiving unending criticism over a series of stock maneuvers executed by she and her husband that preceded major congressional action that affected these stocks’ price.
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