Nancy Pelosi Overly Self-Important
The bible tells us not to think too highly of ourselves. We are no different than anyone else. We are each created in the image of Almighty God. We are to love our neighbor as we love ourselves and to do that we must first be comfortable in our own skin.
Shortly after Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States he called to the Oval Office congressional leaders House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer along with Vice President Mike Pence to talk about his agenda for America. What I most distinctly remember was Pelosi telling the President, “You don’t know the importance I bring to this meeting.” Her tone, manner of delivery and arrogance was plain for all to see. It was as if she were calling members of congress into her office, instead of being summoned into the office of the President of the United States.
The former Speaker of the House had been the highlight of Nancy’s “career” and I use that term loosely because never should public service become a career path toward retirement or with benefits after leaving office. She was now the House Minority Leader which meant she was the ranking Democrat in the House of Representatives as the Republicans held the political high ground.
Nancy came from a family of politicians and rose to the US House of Representatives for 33 years with more than 16 years as the most powerful woman in Congress representing the state of California. She was even inducted into the National Woman’s Hall of Fame in 2013.
Speaker Pelosi was the architect of the Affordable Care Act and most likely thought it should have been called Pelosi Care. She was so adamant to get it passed that as Speaker and with Democrats inside she had the chamber doors locked with Republicans outside until the bill was passed on the floor. Over the years and as her biography states Pelosi fought for the rights of American women workers and for gay rights.
Nancy Pelosi is a prime example of one who never lets go of power once it is in her grasp. She is what I call a homesteading politician. They will have to pry the speaker’s gavel from her cold, lifeless hands.
I firmly believe that after the election of 2016 Nancy Pelosi and others conspired with high level politicians concerning the derailing of the incoming President-Elect Donald Trump. This fits the definition of what constitutes an insurrection or a soft-coup to prevent, delay or resist the new president from successfully executing the office of the Executive Office.
Even before the inauguration there was talk of Impeaching Donald Trump which continued the entire 4 years of his administration. This resulted in 2 never before heard of Impeachments of the President of the United States and in both cases Trump was acquitted.
After the 2020 election the stakes were even higher as Speaker Pelosi was asked about Trump getting re-elected, she responded on camera to a reporter’s question with “He will not be President in 2021 one way or the other.”
The push was then for Trump to concede and acknowledge that Joe Biden had won the election. Trump would not. The stakes went even higher. Biden spouted a banner in his basement that said “The Office of the President-Elect” as he urged Trump to concede.
President Trump asked about deploying the National Guard for security in DC and it was Speaker Pelosi who said no, it would present bad optics. Prior to January 6th President Trump announced a MAGA rally in DC and urged his followers to walk to the Capital Building and watch the reading and certifying of the Electoral College ballots.
Something was in the wind, but nobody knew exactly what until a certain group of people were let into the Capital with instructions to be peaceful and orderly at all times. This group may have been thought to be part of the MAGA crowd. They were not. Violence irrupted inside the Capital and an unarmed veteran named Ashli Babbitt was shot and killed by a Capital Police Officer as she climbed through a broken window.
It was Speaker Pelosi who called for the activating of the National Guard. It was Speaker Pelosi who contacted the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Milley to not let the president near the nuclear launch codes. There is nowhere in the Constitution or job description whereby the Speaker of the House can give instructions or orders to the military or to a presidential cabinet member behind the back of the President of the United States without it amounting to circumventing the presidential chain of command. It amounts to a coup or at best an Insurrection or maybe even crossing over the line to Treason.
Clearly Speaker Pelosi overstepped the bounds of her office and violated the constitutional separation of powers expressed in the Constitution. Without remorse Pelosi continued devising ways to “punish” the former president by attempting to remove privileges afforded to a former president.
After being inaugurated as the 46th President, Joe Biden began dismantling the livelihood, national security and safety of our nation, while not a peep of objections came from Speaker Pelosi. As the XL Pipeline and the construction of the border were stopped, the border was ordered open by President Biden calls for Impeachment continued to be called for by Republican members of the House and were promptly ignored by Speaker Pelosi.
When President Biden abruptly withdrew US troops out of Afghanistan, leaving money, equipment, weapons of war AND American citizens behind there was not a peep out of Speaker Pelosi. There has been no action on the calls to Impeach Biden.
Speaker Pelosi recently got a rude awakening as she made a formal congressional visit to London and was met with taunts and signs “Trump Won” and “Go Home to Epstein Island.” Clearly dashing any hopes she had of comparing herself to Queen Elizabeth.
As beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, Nancy Pelosi is simply a legend in her own mind. I think it’s time to Impeach Speaker Nancy Pelosi. – I am the Real Truckmaster!
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This woman is pure evil in it’s most cloaked form. Let us hope that in the near future, there will be a visitor at her front door wearing a hooded robe, carrying a sickle. Is it okay to say that?
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