Nancy Pelosi doesn’t realize it, but she can be a terrific asset to the Republican Party and to Donald Trump in particular.
Her speaking engagements are becoming increasingly bizarre and unfortunately, very sad.
It seems abundantly clear that this poor woman isn’t well, so maybe we shouldn’t be harping on her…but hey, at least we didn’t “behead” the President of the United States and call it “art.”
Anyway, maybe Republicans need to compile a list of “Nancy Pelosi’s Greatest Hits” and release it at election time with a caption that asks the question:
“Is this the sort of person you want running the country?”
It’s getting just that bad.
Her latest criticism is that President Trump is not visiting foreign nations in the correct order, and no, we didn’t make that up. These are her comments, not ours.
From Conservative Tribune:
“According to The Daily Caller, the remarks came during the House Minority Leader’s weekly press briefing on Thursday, where she was asked her ‘impressions of President Trump’s trip so far.’
That seems like a pretty straightforward question, but the Democrat literally acted as if she’d been called upon to summarize Hegel’s ‘Phenomenology of Spirit’ in 100 words or less.
‘After a meandering introduction that focused almost exclusively on Pelosi’s travels abroad, she then questioned Trump’s choice of Saudi Arabia as a first trip overseas.
”It was unusual for the president of the United States to go to Saudi Arabia first,’ Pelosi said. ‘Saudi Arabia? It wasn’t even alphabetical. I mean, Saudi Arabia.'”
What the hell…?
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“What was the decision-making process to go to Saudi Arabia first? That’s a question that I have,’ she concluded.”
Oh, we have some questions of our own, Nancy.
But she didn’t stop there; then she said Trump should’ve visited Mexico and Canada first because it would’ve been “the neighborly thing to do.”
…what? Is she living in some parallel universe where countries are like streets in the ’50s and we’re all “neighbors?” WOW.
But getting back to the original issue, the Republicans just need to keep Nancy talking, preferably in a discussion with the equally obnoxious and unbalanced Maxine Waters.
The Republicans could just play these conversations as campaign ads and save a fortune on production costs.