The hypocrisy of former House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is simply breathtaking.
As the damning evidence against President Joe Biden and his hot mess of a son, Hunter, continues to mount, Pelosi — whose rabid years-long pursuit of former President Donald Trump has been based largely on half-truths, debunked dossiers, and her own political agenda — claimed any effort to impeach Biden is “frivolous” and a “divisionary tactic” by the GOP because they just can’t handle how awesome Joe Biden truly is.
Pelosi appeared on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on Friday and snapped when Mitchell, who called the allegations against the president “unfounded,” broached the subject of impeachment.
“How do you feel about the push by the House Republicans – many of them – the Speaker certainly, you know, certainly flirted with this idea of impeachment proceedings against President Biden because of unfounded allegations that he was involved with his son Hunter’s businesses?” Mitchell asked.
“As you well know, you were very cautious about starting impeachment proceedings for the very reason that once you start in a special committee or the judiciary committee, it’s very hard to stop that process,” she added.
“With all due respect to your question, this is frivolous,” Pelosi clapped back. “This is a diversionary tactic.”
“They just can’t stand the fact we have a job report of over nearly 200,000 jobs today, that unemployment is three-and-a-half percent, that 18 straight months of unemployment under 4 percent,” she claimed. “We’re talking about 13.4 million jobs created with Joe Biden in the White House and working with the Congressional Democrats.”
“They have to change the subject, and they have nothing to offer the American people in terms of jobs and the rest,” Pelosi continued. “They talk about it, but then they change the subject when it’s time to deliver.”
— BPR based (@DumpstrFireNews) August 3, 2023
The 83-year-old lawmaker went on to say that Democrats “fully intend to take back the House” in 2024 “so we don’t have to deal with the frivolity — the waste of time of the Congress — for them to go down this path.”
“It’s really sad. I wish the Republican Party would be – somebody would take it back, that we’d have a real Republican Party,” she stated. “It’s up to them to decide what it is. But it shouldn’t be a cult.”
“It shouldn’t be a cult to somebody frivolous with the law and his puppets,” she said — a clear reference to Trump and his millions of loyal supporters.
On X, Americans who were dragged through two Trump impeachments and a sham of a January 6 investigation under Pelosi’s watch were left gobsmacked and angry.
“To Nancy, frivolous is a word of convenience and opportunity,” wrote one user. “It’s all a game.”
To Nancy, frivolous is a word of convenience and opportunity. It’s all a game.
— David Buell (@dbuell62) August 4, 2023
Pelosi has absolutely no room to talk. She embodies the term frivolous.
— Peter McKenna (@petemckenna38) August 4, 2023
She impeached Trump over a phone call that we now know had complete merit but Biden receiving cash from foreign countries and having a prosecutor fired by threatening to withhold funding is frivolous? These people are not serious.
— WhatsNewsHere (@WhatsNewsHere) August 5, 2023
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