The daughter of incoming Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi chose a rather disturbing and intense metaphor to describe her mother during an interview with everyone’s favorite fake news outlet, CNN.
The topic of the conversation was Pelosi’s meetings with President Trump to discuss the budget and the government shutdown.
Alexandra Pelosi, a documentary filmmaker, spoke with John Berman where she said the following:
“She’ll cut your head off, and you won’t even know you’re bleeding. That’s all you need to know about her. No one ever won betting against Nancy Pelosi. She’s persevered. You got to give her credit. No matter what you think of her, you have to give her credit because, think about it, think about all these presidents she’s endured, right? The [George H.W.] Bush, the [George W.] Bush, the Clinton.take our poll - story continues below
She’s been through it all. So, she’s been around. This is not her first rodeo, as your friend George Bush would say. She knows what she’s doing, and that should make you sleep at night, knowing that somebody in this town knows what they’re doing.”
Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer have been in a standoff with President Donald Trump over funding for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Pelosi said the Democratic-majority House plans to pass a funding bill without wall funding, and Trump insists that he will not sign a bill that doesn’t pay for the wall.
The two sides met Wednesday for a briefing on border security with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, the first meeting since a holiday period of inactivity during which Pelosi vacationed in Hawaii.
Seems a bit over the top and unnecessarily vicious, doesn’t it? Let’s be real here. Pelosi is completely incompetent and most of the time mumbles and rambles answers to questions she’s asked by reporters during her press conferences.
It’s really hard to imagine that woman being as cunning and conniving as Alexandra describes. She seems far more like your old, slightly senile auntie who recites the National Anthem when you ask her to say grace over Christmas dinner.