Most agree the behavior of Pelosi during the State of the Union was reprehensible, but she stooped even lower during her weekly press conference.
Still hanging on to her rage from Tuesday night, Pelosi accused Trump of being drugged up during his SOTU speech.
Pelosi Goes on the Attack
At this point, Speaker Pelosi is talking out of both sides of her mouth.
She tells everyone she was extending a hand of friendship to Trump, yet she just led an impeachment effort and has called Trump every name in the book.
She claims that she is “always dignified” with Trump, but I think we have all seen her conduct herself otherwise.
There is no hand of friendship because, at this point, we can only hope these two can put their differences aside long enough to get back to the business of governing this country.
Even that may now be in jeopardy, though, considering Pelosi just accused him of being on drugs during the SOTU address.
Pelosi stated, “It was also an act of kindness because he looked to me like he was a little sedated.
“He looked that way last year too.”
Democrats have stooped to this level before, with former Obama White House Spokesperson Josh Earnest accusing Trump of having “snorted his way” through debates during the 2016 presidential election.
The Rage Will Continue
I have a feeling our exuberance over the acquittal of Trump will be very short-lived.
Rep. Nadler (D-N.Y.) has already stated he plans to continue these investigations as well as announcing he wants to issue a subpoena for John Bolton to appear before a House committee.
Pelosi’s conduct at the SOTU and her ensuing comments afterward have made it pretty clear that as long as Dems have power in the House, they will use it to do nothing more than to try to stop Trump.
Source: Washington Examiner
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