February 21, 2018
The thing about being Donald Trump is that you can live in a golden tower, fly around the world in jets staying in super-hotels and banging all kinds of hot women and say “I am a man of the people and I am on your side” and have everyone believe it. Because if you are Donald Trump, you are promoting the idea of a social hierarchy, where it is the duty of those at the top to care for those below them.
Furthermore, Trump is respected because he made his money doing actual work – building things – and gave up money to enter the public sector to help the people.
If you are Nancy Pelosi, however, and you are promoting communism, claiming that every person is exactly the same and thus no person deserves anything more than anyone else, then you are in a difficult situation when people point out the fact that you have become extraordinarily wealthy as a politician.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stopped in Phoenix Tuesday to discuss how the “disastrous” tax cuts approved by Congress last year are impacting working families and talk trash about President Trump’s proposed budget.
But Pelosi’s hypocritical comments were apparently too much for one heckler, who called the wealthy career politician out for her duplicity at the Arizona Center for Economic Progress.
“These issues about the tax cuts and then the cuts to initiatives that help people, that’s part of the budget. The national budget should be a statement of our national values, what is important to us as a nation,” Pelosi preached. “Which makes us strong and builds for the future should be reflected in our budget.
“But what we have seen here is the complete opposite,” she claimed. “So this isn’t about Democrats or Republicans. This is about the United States of America and our children’s future. …
“It can’t possibly be a statement of values for us to talk about, as Martin Luther King said, … ‘God never intended for one group of people to live in superfluous inordinate wealth while others live in abject deadly poverty,’” Pelosi said to applause. “So these are kitchen table issues for most of America’s families. Most people are not in deadly poverty, but some are. But most people have to struggle to …”
Who did Martin Luther King say that to, Nancy?
The attendants of one of his days-long drunken orgies, paid for by his church congregation?
Seriously, how long are you people going to have the nerve to keep quoting this coon as a bastion of moral fortitude?
If you want to quote a real nigga who really represents the black community, quote Gucci Mane.
He is a true folk hero of the Negroid community and even Nazis like myself are about to be like “yeah, that nigga legit, he dgaf.”
Gucci Mane never lied about having orgies while he scammed people out of cash – Gucci got money for his orgies from selling drugs like a true nigga.
Anyway, back to Nasty Nancy…
At least one woman wasn’t buying it and shouted from the crowd to cut Pelosi off.
“How much are you worth, Nancy?” the woman yelled.
“No, we’re not talking about that,” Pelosi shot back, raising her voice to speak over the woman. “In any event … I can out … I’m a mother of five, I can speak louder than anybody.”
We’re not talking about that.
She is senile. Anyone who has any idea what is going on would have had a quip ready to respond to that question.
Pelosi’s screed in Arizona is part of a 100-city tour organized by Democrats to frame the recent Republican tax cuts as an assault against low-income Americans in favor of the ultra-rich.
Pelosi, of course, is among the richest of the rich in Congress.
OpenSecrets.org listed Pelosi as the 6th richest member of the House in 2015, with an estimated net worth of $100,643,521. The staggering wealth makes Pelosi the seventh richest person – and richest women – in Congress.
Yeah, I don’t know how you’re supposed to explain where you get that much money as a career politician.
What product or service do you offer, Nancy?
Your salary is less than $200,000 a year.
And while that is a lot of money, and a lot more than a politician deserves, in the context of living between DC and San Francisco it certainly isn’t enough to be stashing away tens of millions.
So then – you must be making money on the side, Nancy!
What services are you offering???