Man, Pelosi has really got some nerve.
Not only is she throwing stonewall after stonewall in the COVID-19 bill, but she also blatantly lying about doing so.
During an interview with CNN, Pelosi actually stated that nothing in Democrats far-left COVID-19 bill was unrelated to the virus.
How is the Kennedy Center related to coronavirus?
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Speaker Pelosi says on her bill that "everything we are suggesting just relates to Covid-19. It is not about making [policy] for the future… It is not changing policy except as it applies here." pic.twitter.com/jDIosbXcWa
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Pelosi earlier this week actually prevented the bill from passing when she had a last-minute “wish list,” filled with all sorts of outlandish demands.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is reportedly why Democrats suddenly opposed an emergency coronavirus relief bill that had bipartisan support in the Senate.
According to Ben Williamson, the chief of staff for Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), Pelosi returned to Washington, D.C., on Sunday with a wish list of sudden demands, striking down the bipartisan agreement made by the Senate.
“Senate spends all weekend negotiating a bipartisan deal. Agreement reached. Pelosi flies in from California, whips out her unrelated ‘wishlist,’ and says no. Senate Democrats then vote against proceeding on a bill they negotiated. Jaw dropping,” Williamson explained. [The Blaze]
She’s a real piece of work.
How anyone can buy what this loon is talking about is beyond me.
This piece was written by Sophie O’Hara on March 25, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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