Pelosi blames Trump for chaos engineered by Democrats
08/05/2020 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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Pelosi blames Trump for chaos engineered by Democrats

During a recent segment on CBS‘ “Face the Nation,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) name-called President Trump, blaming him for all of the chaos being engineered by Pelosi and other Democrats.

In discussing Trump’s handling of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic, Pelosi dubbed the president as “Mr. Make Matters Worse,” accusing him of holding full responsibility for society’s continued collapse under the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.

“I have a new name for him: Mr. Make Matters Worse,” Pelosi stated proudly. “He has made matters worse from the start – delay, denial, it’s a hoax, it’ll go away magically, it’s a miracle, and all the rest and we’re in this situation.”

Rather than own up to her party’s complicity in shutting down the economy, Pelosi blamed Trump for the continued wreckage left in wake of her party’s drastic decision to shut everything down and force millions into unemployment.

“There are some suggestions that relate to schools and the rest, we have initiative in California to that respect,” Pelosi stated nonsensically, trying to make some kind of point that never quite delivered.

“What we will not support is the following: what they’re saying to essential workers, you have to go to work because you’re essential. We place no responsibility on your employer to make that workplace safe.”

Pelosi went on to ramble something about how there is “no recourse” for essential workers who decide they do not want to go to work “because we’ve given the employer protection.”

“And if you don’t go to work because you’re afraid of being sick and you have that job opportunity you don’t get unemployment insurance; this is so unfair. Let’s just get to the heart of it.”

Trump responds to “Crazy Nancy Pelosi,” says she “danced in the Streets of Chinatown” when pandemic began

A political shouting match ensued when Trump caught wind of Pelosi’s new name for him, to which he responded back by calling her “Crazy Nancy Pelosi” on Twitter.

Trump called Pelosi out for accusing him of making a mistake when he banned infected Chinese people from entering the United States back in January.

“Tens of thousands of lives were saved, as she danced in the Streets of Chinatown (SF) in late February,” Trump tweeted. “Biden agreed with her, but soon admitted that I was right!”

Pelosi has also called the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) the Trump virus,” blaming him for all of the alleged deaths that have occurred and been classified as “COVID deaths.”

This is an interesting claim to make, seeing as how it was Pelosi who did, in fact, dance in the streets of Chinatown in San Francisco early on during the crisis, calling Trump a “racist” for restring travel from communist China.

It must be her early-onset dementia setting in, as Pelosi cannot seem to get her story straight no matter how hard she tries. Whatever she can say on any given day to try to make Trump look bad, even if it contradicts something she said or did the day before, is open game for Pelosi, who desperately needs to retire.

“I’ve never in my lifetime witnessed a Speaker of the House that shows so much hate and disdain for the President of the United States,” wrote one Breitbart News commenter. “I certainly hope she gets voted out of office, she’s 80yrs old and acts like a spoiled rotten child.”

“In all seriousness, elderly people tend to revert back to childish behaviors and once that starts you take away the car keys,” responded another.

The latest news about the Democrat-imposed destruction of America is available at Collapse.news.

Sources for this article include:

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