Nancy Pelosi Says She Wants To Keep Attention On Trump’s “Slobbering Self” During SOTU Address

Pelosi Says She Wants To Keep Attention On Trump’s “Burping,” “Slobbering Self” During SOTU Address

Nancy Pelosi Says She Wants To Keep Attention On Trump’s “Burping,” “Slobbering Self” During State of the Union Address

According to Daily Mail:

The Democrats-in-black protest is seemingly enough for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who instructed her members not to walk out of the State of the Union or make a commotion during President Trump’s speech.

Scroll to the bottom to see Pelosi in action with Chris Cuomo!

‘Let the attention be on his slobbering self,’ Pelosi said, according to Politico’s sources. ‘If you want to walk out, don’t come in.’

The top House Democrat gathered her troops – dozens of female lawmakers, and some male ones too – for a photo-op showing their black outfits for tonight on Tuesday afternoon.


For the State of the Union, the lawmakers sported pink ‘RECY’ pins too.

Pelosi, according to Politico, warned her colleagues that the bar would be set low for Trump’s speech – as his Congressional address last year, which he read from a teleprompter, was met with accolades by pundits for the president acting presidential.

‘If his nose isn’t running and he isn’t burping, he did a great speech,’ Pelosi said during the closed-door House Democratic Caucus meeting Tuesday morning.

Pretty strong words from someone who can’t say 2 sentences without stuttering, calling someone the wrong name or can’t recall the proper title for something.

Speaking of which, this was Pelosi last night:

Watch the full interview:

That’s pretty easy, Pelosi makes my point for me. Democrats need to drag that woman out of office or she needs to retire. Listening to her is like finger nails on a chalkboard. 

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