Nancy Pelosi was out bashing Republicans today, only one day after a near-massacre of two dozen Republicans.
Day in and day out, Democrats hatefully rip apart Republicans, the Tea Party, Donald Trump, all things right. Everyone on the right is an Islamophobe, homophobe, racist, sexist, and woman haters according to them. Republicans want the air and water to be dirty when they aren’t killing people with bad healthcare, they say. However, Nancy Pelosi hasn’t seemed to notice the Democrat hate.
Pelosi, after making yesterday’s near-massacre about her, insisted Republicans decided on the “politics of personal destruction” in the 1990s. That’s funny coming from the woman who calls all Republicans “racists” and the “e coli club”. A woman who has led a party that calls Republicans jihadists, arsonists, and terrorists, among other, more vulgar things should be more reserved in her criticism of Republicans.
Just listen to Tom Perez and how he refers to Republicans and you’ll hear the hate.
Nancy Pelosi was bashing away only one day after a near-massacre of Republican leaders while two are fighting for their lives.
“I told you I’ll have this conversation another day, but I think any review of the incidences and the — I told you about my hacked messages. I handed them over to the Capitol Police which I wanted them to hand it over to the Secret Service.
I don’t know what happened to them but I do know that they were horrible and completely consistent with the calls that had been made to my home all night, all day. I could never have any of my grandchildren ever answer a phone for the foul language that would be there. And so I’m just talking about my own experience.
But let’s all say, let’s examine our conscience, let’s see how we can rid ourselves of our negative attitudes that go to a place that is like this. We’ve had— it didn’t use to be this way.
Somewhere in the 1990’s Republicans decided on the politics of personal destruction as they went after the Clintons and that is the provenance of it and that is what has continued.
She must have forgotten how divisive the Clinton were.
Again, I feel as if we’re having a family moment that is very, very serious and we’re talking about things that — we can save the discussion for another day.
But if the President says, “I can shoot somebody on Fifth Avenue and nobody would care”, when you have people say, “Beat them up and I’ll pay your legal fees, when you have all the assaults that are made on Hillary Clinton, for them to be so sanctimonious…is something that I really am almost sad for myself that I had to go down this path with you. Because I don’t think it’s appropriate for us to have the fullest discussion of it. It will be for another day.”
Only yesterday she was praying for Republicans and for unity.