Democrat Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, a long-long time civil servant who is known for her comments while bragging about her expensive chocolate ice cream, showing her callousness toward the suffering of the American people, and who also famously described President Donald J. Trump’s $1000.00 tax break as “crumbs,” has now gone on the record as taking credit for feeding Americans with a $600.00 “stimulus.”
Are you feel pampered by your queen yet America?
PJMedia reported on an exchange with CNN news card reader Wolf Blitzer where Pelosi went on a bumbling rant and attempted to take credit for saving America:
“This could be a sign the media has decided she needs to go. This would look similar to the trashing of Sen. Dianne Feinstein. She made the critical mistake of being civil to Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham during the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett. As if on cue, leaks from those close to Feinstein, allegedly, painted the picture of a woman in significant cognitive decline.
Now we have CNN host Wolf Blitzer taking Pelosi to task for dragging her feet on pandemic relief when so many Americans were suffering. This is not the first time she has been forced to address this, and she actually admitted during a recent press conference that her willingness to negotiate now was linked to having a new president. However, this appearance was even more astonishing.
Blitzer appears to be asking Pelosi about the content of the stimulus bill that has worked its way through Congress. The current bill provides significantly less relief than President Trump had on the table before the election. For example, the version that has passed provides Americans making less than $75,000 a year with a $600 payment. The previous version provided $1200. It seems like a reasonable question since Pelosi has admitted to holding up the previous bill.”
Madam Speaker these are incredibly difficult times right now. And we’ll leave it on that note. Thank you so much….
Pelosi: No. No, we’ll leave it on the note you are not right on this Wolf. I hate to say that to you. But I feel confident about it and I feel confident about my colleagues. And I feel confident in my Chairs.
Blitzer: It’s not about me, it’s about millions of Americans who can’t put food on the table, who can’t pay the rent and are having trouble…
Pelosi: And we represent them. (Blitzer attempts to respond and Pelosi gets repetitive) And we represent them. And we represent them. And we represent them. We know them. We represent them and we know them. We know them. We represent them, yes.
Blitzer: Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good as they say here in Washington
Pelosi: It’s nowhere near perfect.
Blitzer: Madam Speaker
Pelosi: Always the case but we’re not even close to the good.
Blitzer: All right. Let’s see what happens because every day is critically, critically important. Thanks so much for joining us.
Pelosi: Thank you for your sensitivity to our constituents’ needs.
Blitzer: I am sensitive to them because I see them on the street begging for food. Begging for money. Madam Speaker, thank you so much….
Pelosi: Have you fed them? We feed them. We feed them.
Blitzer: We’ll continue this conversation down the road for sure. We’ll take a quick break and we’ll be right back.