Opinion| It is no secret that President Donald Trump and the Speaker of The House of Representatives, California’s, Nancy Pelosi, are not fans of one another. For years and years the two have traded barbs with one another.
Pelosi’s trash talking about Trump dates back to before he was even elected President. While the Obama Administration’s law enforcement apparatus was …. investigating members of the Trump campaign (some may use some much more harsh language) Pelosi seemed very, very confident that Donald Trump was not going to EVER become President.
Do you recall this clip?
How about this one? I wonder why these people were so confident that Trump would never win?
Nancy seemed to be just as sure (if not even more so, if that was possible) that Trump was going to lose the 2020 election. The Speaker of the House was quoted by Reuters as saying ‘There is a process. It has nothing to do with if the certain occupant of the White House doesn’t feel like moving and has to be fumigated out of there because the presidency is the presidency,” House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in an interview with MSNBC.’
‘“Whether he knows it yet or not, he will be leaving,” Pelosi said. “Just because he might not want to move out of the White House doesn’t mean we won’t have an inauguration ceremony to inaugurate a duly elected president of the United States.” You can watch the clip for yourself below. As you do, maybe think about what made her so confident …
Now that Joe Biden has been hailed at the next President of the United States by the media, Pelosi can not help but continue to debase her office by threatening to physically dominate and toss Trump from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Im sure this was just a metaphor Ms. Pelosi was using when, according to Politico, she stated:
‘“I’m counting down the hours ‘til he’s gone,” Pelosi told her leadership team as they strategized this weekend. “I plan to pull him out of there by his hair, his little hands and his feet.”
The relationship between the four congressional leaders isn’t much better. Even after they announced a deal, bitter recriminations have continued to fly from both ends of the Capitol. That does not bode well for bold, bipartisan deals next Congress, especially with razor-thin majorities and lingering mistrust among leaders.’
Nancy is lucky that she is not a Republican or supporter of President Trump, for if she was, the odds are that her words very well may have been treated as threat of physical violence, or as encouragement for others to attack the POTUS. Once again, while we expose the character of the ‘public servants’ in Washington, it is more important than ever that we remain peaceful and refrain from physical violence at all costs.