Oh. My. Word.
This from the woman who supports the “right” of women to freely murder their children, and the right of liberals to ignore our immigration laws? It’s absurd, astounding, and infuriating.
During a press conference earlier today, House minority leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) expressed outrage at the executive orders signed by President Trump this past Tuesday. The orders rolled back onerous executive orders that the Obama administration had signed and which had acted as a brake on our economic growth. President Trump clearly recognized the damage that the Obama administration’s energy and environmental policies had done to our economy and remedied those job killing actions toot sweet.
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Needless to say Pelosi did her best to act as if she’d been personally affronted by Trump’s latest actions.
“Shocking, almost sinful, really sinful to be so degrading of God’s creation! The administration’s attack on science and the Clean Power Plan will not bring back jobs to the coal country,” Pelosi continued. “It will only poison our air and undermine America’s ability to win good-paying, clean jobs of the future.”
What’s truly shocking is Pelosi’s hypocritical ability to lean on her faux-Catholic background when she wants to get really fired up for the media. While she and her liberal friends continue jet-setting around the world, living in their gigantic energy guzzling mansions, and traveling in the largest most environmentally unfriendly groups possible, she feigns anger at the President making it easier for lower and middle-class Americans to get jobs and pay for energy.
The level of hypocrisy is simply disgusting.
Republished with permission Constitution.com