Dem: Attack On Nancy Pelosi Was “Sexist”
You know Democrats are in the wrong when they start throwing out words like racist, bigot, homophobe, sexist, and others
On MSNBC’s “Politics Nation” late Monday, Schakowsky was asked to react to Rep. Tom Marino’s (R-Pa.) comments toward Pelosi in which he suggested she bore some of the blame for the border crisis.
“I would say that it’s sexist and that it was patronizing. ‘Do the research, Madam Leader.’ And he got exactly what he deserved. And then for him to claim, ‘I was the tough guy. I’m a street fighter.’ Really? On the floor of the House?” she said.
First of all, it wasn’t an “attack”: it was a legitimate policy debate, with Pelosi have a snit fit, going apoplectic, and breaking House rules to force a confrontation. Second, Pelosi didn’t do the research. Remember, this was the same lady who said we had to pass the bill (Ocare) to find out what is in it.
Pelosi has some pretty thin skin for someone who has been in politics for such a long time. Furthermore, Nancy Pelosi has shown a mean streak many, many times, along with being out in La La Land. Hey, remember the time she said she thought it was unAmerican to enforce immigration law? Or accused ICE of terrorizing illegal aliens? She’s the one who said that 500 million jobs would be lost if the Stimulus wasn’t passed. She and her party have referred to Republicans as jihadists, terrorists, and arsonists. She and her party attack Conservative women willy nilly. A Democrat strategist just attacked Mitch McConnell’s wife
A Democratic operative deleted her Twitter account Monday following a series of what some called racist remarks about Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s wife, Elaine Chao.
Chao, former U.S. Labor Secretary under President George W. Bush, is Asian.
Kathy Groob, who describes herself as an “advocate for women in politics,” sent a series of tweets related to Chao at a political event Saturday.
According to WKMS, Groob sent the tweets in response to comments McConnell made at the event, in which he referred to his wife as “the only Kentucky woman who served in a president’s cabinet.”
Was it racists? No. Sexist? Possibly. Was it a typical Democrat blankhole comment, intolerant? You betcha.
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