Nancy Pelosi to Americans: You’re getting screwed over in favor of the rich — American: How rich are you? — Pelosi: This isn’t about ME!

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At a DNC town hall, Nancy Pelosi again tried to sock it to “the rich” and the Republicans who love them, but this is what happens when you try to inject some self-awareness into sniffy’s latest shoveling of BS:

Rep. Nancy Pelosi was heckled by a woman at a town hall event Tuesday after she continued blasting President Trump and Republicans’ tax cuts.

“God never intended one group of people to live in superfluous inordinate wealth while others live in abject deadening poverty,” the House minority leader said, adding that the quote was from Dr. Martin Luther King.

As she finished her sentence, Pelosi was interrupted by a woman in the Phoenix, Arizona, audience who asked “how much are you worth, Nancy?”

“Are you in abject poverty?” the woman shouted at Pelosi, who is routinely listed among the wealthiest members of Congress.

Pelosi and her husband Paul Sr., a Georgetown-educated businessman who runs a venture capital firm, are worth about $100 million.

“We’re not talking about that,” Pelosi responded, saying that she can talk “louder than anybody” because she is a mother of five grown children.

Has Pelosi accused this heckler of being a Russian “bot” yet?

It’s impressive though that the Dems were able to hold a town hall even after “Armageddon.”

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2 thoughts on “Nancy Pelosi to Americans: You’re getting screwed over in favor of the rich — American: How rich are you? — Pelosi: This isn’t about ME!”

  1. Only someone worth more than $100 million dollars could describe $1,000 as a crumb. I think it was very generous of Leader Pelosi to make that remark in public and thus save hundreds of Republican candidates the time and expense of producing TV ads for the campaign.

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