Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is well known for her varied word salads, and perhaps one of her more bizarre recent word salads pertained to “religious voters.”
During an appearance on the ultra-woke MSNBC, Pelosi responded rather bizarrely when asked to provide “some advice to those” who remain “frustrated” by current politics.
The response was especially bizarre given that the host, Joy Reid, who is well known for her radical views, also urged the former House Speaker to order people “to vote not on how politics will impact [their] religion, but how it will impact [their] life.”
What a bizarre request, Reid. Has it ever occurred to her that more than one religious individual lives their life by their faith, which means that impacts on their religion absolutely constitute an impact on their life?
Seriously, what a bizarre demand to make!
… A demand that good old Pelosi was more than willing to satisfy.
“It’s not important what religion I believe in. What’s important is what America I believe in … And that’s what we have to be thinking in terms of taking it to people,” Pelosi boomed.
Yeah, that’s great. And guess what, Ms. Pelosi? Many people don’t believe in the transgender militancy, nor do they believe in ultra-violent BLM “protests.”
In fact, the America that many individuals “believe in” can absolutely be traced to the traditional values that originate from religion, rather than the horrific “values” emerging from Marxist universities with strong ties to Beijing.
Pelosi also took time to bash “bigot” Trump voters, as if bigotry were somehow automatically connected to religion.
“I do think that many of the people who fell for what’s-his-name’s line, because they just didn’t see a path in the future, in the economy the way it was. I think many of them are really patriotic. I think some of them are racist and bigots, but I think many of them are very patriotic,” Pelosi sneered.
Way to go, Pelosi. Referring to a former president as “what’s his name.” Is she still mentally in high school?
Plus, assailing a huge swathe of voters as “racist” and “bigots” is a real classy move, one clearly to be expected from an 80+ year old “mean girl.”
Incredibly, Pelosi made other remarks regarding religion as of late, including the outrageous fantasy regarding the “real power” held by priests, power that she clearly thirsts after.
“Every day [priests] have the power … of turning bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ, that is real power, now we’re talking power, and that’s why I was more attracted to that than being a nun,” Pelosi declared, clearly salivating over the idea of absolute power.
Clearly, obtaining a nine-figure net worth due to her decades of alleged “service” to the public isn’t enough for Ms. Pelosi.
Furthermore, Pelosi apparently has no qualms about attempting to order the Pope around on a global scale, and her demands are quite remarkable considering that the Pope operates from a totally different nation with its own set of rules.
“On the other hand, maybe women will be able to do that as well, that’s something to think about, something I was hoping the pope would do,” Pelosi continued angrily.
Interesting commentary, Ms. Pelosi. How would you define “women” these days anyway, given your rather obvious subservience to the militant transgender movement?
Furthermore, what right does she have to rant and rave against the Pope? Does she seriously expect the whole of the Vatican to bow down to her (woke) demands?
Even more ironically, Pelosi is likely fully in favor of Disney fully self-regulating itself with regards to a transgender agenda, yet she can’t accept the same for the Vatican.
Regardless, Pelosi’s persistent insistence upon all these “opportunities” for women, while simultaneously refusing to acknowledge what a woman really is, would be humorous, if it weren’t so downright dangerous in practice.
Author: Ofelia Thornton
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