Pelosi Walks Out on Impeachment Questions


Nancy Pelosi shut down the impeachment questions Thursday and walked off, cutting her presser short.

Nadler started up impeachment again today, announcing the mock impeachment. The press understandably has questions.

When asked about impeachment proceedings, Pelosi said impeachment is “very divisive.”

“Impeachment is a very divisive measure, but if we have to go there, we’ll go there. But we can’t go there unless we have the facts,” she added.

“I stand by what we have been doing all along. I support what is happening in the Judiciary committee because that enables them to do their process of interrogation and their investigation. And I salute them for that work,” Mrs. Pelosi said.

“That’s all I’m going to way on the subject and there’s nothing different from one day to the next,” she added.

“I’m not answering any more questions about a possible inquiry, investigation, and the rest,” Pelosi tersely told reporters.

“Why is it you are hung up with a word over here when lives are at stake over there?” the California Democrat said.

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Jules P Guidry
Jules P Guidry
4 years ago

I’m thinking she is bidding her time, hoping the Nads gives up on the impeachment thing. Which he won’t. He is that nuts with his long time hate of the POTUS.
She is still trying to figure out how to deal with the squad.
Both seem to have her baffled. Might be her age catching up to her, or something like that.
Maybe just the debil in her popping out.
Just sayin’.

Robert Howard
Robert Howard
4 years ago

She is downplaying the possibility of impeachment proceedings until the general elections are over with. She knows that the electorate are sick and tired of hearing the word impeachment; but make no mistake, she would impeach Donald Trump in a heartbeat if she could.

Old man watching
Old man watching
4 years ago

What’s wrong with her eyes? And the way she talks so robotically, it’s good enough for an SNL skit. It’s surreal. Am I the only one who thinks that way?