Here’s a question for Speaker Nancy Pelosi: Have you heard of Albert Einstein’s definition of insanity? The one where he says it’s “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results?”
To judge by your conduct, I’m guessing you haven’t. Either that or you think Einstein was an idiot, too.
Yesterday she did it again.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tore a copy of President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech in half Tuesday shortly after he concluded his address in the House chamber.
This drew a volcanic backlash.
When Fox News asked why she did it, Pelosi said: “Because it was the courteous thing to do considering the alternatives. I tore it up. I was trying to find one page with the truth on it. I couldn’t.”
Speaker Nancy Pelosi on why she ripped up President Trump’s speech: “Because it was the courteous thing to do considering the alternatives.” pic.twitter.com/nYTjAZAwGo
— Jason Donner (@jason_donner) February 5, 2020
After her lame excuse, Don Jr. decided to react and exposed what the Speaker of the House really shredded:
This is what Nancy Pelosi ripped up. A truly shameful move, even for her. pic.twitter.com/I7mNMZn4sj
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 5, 2020
Hey Nancy if you had an ounce of decency and respect for something other than your own power, you would apologize. Better yet, take a hike and give your job to somebody who wants to help make America better, not tear it up.
House Republicans must immediately demand a censure vote, making clear their strong disapproval of Pelosi’s temper tantrum. Let Democrats show where they stand on such reprehensible conduct.
In one sense, Pelosi’s distress is understandable. Trump’s address was long because he had a long list of big accomplishments to cite, and every Republican standing ovation had to drive her closer to the edge. She often seemed to be talking to herself, and finally snapped.
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