Pelosi’s Very Angry About Consumer Confidence, At An 18-year High

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The aging 77-year old Nancy Pelosi told reporters she is unhappy about unemployment, the crumbs from the tax cuts, and she is especially angry about consumer confidence. She apparently doesn’t know consumer confidence is at an 18-year high. She said:

“Hip hip hooray! Unemployment is down. What does that mean to me and my life? I need a bigger paycheck. This isn’t just about the unemployment rate, it’s about wages rising in our country so that consumer confidence is restored. Because our economy will never fully reach our possibilities unless we increase our consumer confidence.”

Someone needs to tell her wages went up 2.7% this month.

She’s been spouting these lies for so long and getting away with it, she thinks she still can. But this is the day and age of the video, the Internet, and instant replay.

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Pelosi is giving away her platform and that of the Democrat party. She wants to “cut the dark cloud” of tax cuts and raise taxes.

She has also said Bernie’s Socialist healthcare is on the table. Bernie is clueless on the economy.

On June 1, Pelosi was very angry about the great jobs report. She said a great jobs report means little to those suffering from “soaring” costs. It’s not clear what she is talking about since the costs aren’t “soaring”. There are now more jobs than unemployed people, but that is lost on her.

She was also quick to jump in on North Korean talks, condemning the President for being willing to talk to Kim Jong-un. Meanwhile she spoke with Kim about the same issues during a visit to NoKo.

Let’s not forget how she loves open borders. She loves sanctuary cities and wants to keep MS-13 and other criminal aliens here.

She thinks MS-13 have a “spark of divinity” and they are “God’s children”. They are not “animals”, she said. What’s their motto again, “Rape, Kill, Torture”?


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