Pelosi Shows True Colors: ‘I’ll Never Forgive’ Trump ‘and His Bullies’

Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has shown her true colors in her latest swipe at President Donald Trump.

Pelosi, a supposed devout Catholic, declared that she would never forgive Trump “and his bullies,” who she claims were responsible for Jan 6.

It was an odd comment considered she once claimed to “pray” for Trump.

“Well, I’ll never forgive,” Pelosi vowed.

“I’ll never forgive former president of the United States and his lackeys and his bullies that he sent to the Capitol for the trauma that was exerted on our staff.

“These are largely younger people who come with idealism to work in the Capitol on either side of the aisle and whatever it is.

“And for us who sign up for this when we run for office, it’s bad enough for our families to see the danger we’re in.

“But for these young people when I came back to the Capitol to say we’re going to open up government in the Capitol that night, we were going to honor our constitutional responsibilities even though they had an assault on that January 6 date fraught with meaning from the Constitution.

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“When I saw what it meant to the staff, the way it traumatized them, it was frightening.

“That’s something that you cannot just say, well, we’ll do legislation to make sure this or that doesn’t happen again.

“You cannot erase that.

“So I have a lot of communication with staff with Capitol Police and the rest, so I know pretty much what people are thinking, not everything.

“And we must always be. It’s like an horizon.

“You’re always moving to make it better, to make it better.

“As far as civility is concerned, it would be a good place to start.

“If they didn’t start threatening the lives of of members of Congress from one of their members to the next and saying nothing about it.

“But civility is very important.

“I just met with the spouses and commended them for the role they play in civility because it really is just as you suggest to really important not only to the well-being in our communication, respect for each other, but also in terms of security,” she said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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