Nancy Pelosi is at it again. A media storm ensued after a 2010 picture surfaced, depicting a meeting between Pelosi and Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak—proof they have in fact met (something she has denied).
The Democrats and the media have been attempting to create a narrative that Trump’s administration has been colluding with the Russians, making the former Speaker of the House photo (and lie) extremely ironic—and would-be hypocritical.
The revelation couldn’t have come at a more opportune time for the Trump administration—just recently after Democrats majorly attacked Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who they are accusing of lying under oath in a cover-up involving the exact same ambassador. The difference between Pelosi and Sessions is she’s actually guilty of lying.
Nancy Pelosi should have her mental health checked.
Nancy Pelosi is known for giving wild statements. Just a few weeks ago, she was quoted as saying Obamacare “succeeded in every way.” Her statements are so out of touch with reality that there are many people who’ve wondered if she is mentally ill. In an ironic twist, she has actually recently backed up a call for a mental-health evaluation for President Trump.
“A version of the idea was first put forward by Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. He told the Washington Post editorial board last week he wasn’t ‘talking about some of the rhetoric that’s flying around’ about Trump, but ‘If you’re going to have your hands on the nuclear codes, you should probably know what kind of mental state you’re in.’”
Pelosi echoed that thought at her press briefing on Thursday. “I can’t wait until he introduces that legislation, to be able to join him as co-sponsor of that,” she said. “I think it’s a very good idea.”