Drunk Nancy Pelosi Tries to Revive Trump-Russia Narrative in Desperate Attempt

Apparently the Democrats are tired of coming up with new anti-Trump narratives so they’ve resorted to recycling one of their favorites even though it’s already failed them once!

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has seemingly been tasked with trying to bring back the debunked “Russiagate” conspiracy which Democrats used to claim Donald Trump had colluded with the Russians to become president in 2016.

Pelosi sat down with Biden’s former press secretary Jen Psaki on her MSNBC show and used to opportunity to peddle the failed narrative.

The longtime Democrat insinuated that Putin must have some kind of leverage over Trump that is causing him to urge NATO countries to pay their fair share, rather than rely on the U.S. to fund the majority of the alliance.

 

“What does [Putin] have on Donald Trump that he’d have to constantly be catering to Putin, telling Putin, go into these countries?” Pelosi questioned aloud.

“NATO countries! NATO was there to stop Russia. To keep Russia out. They have been successful for nearly 75 years.”

“And then we have, what’s his name, I usually have him nameless, saying that he doesn’t support NATO,” Pelosi added.

At one point, Psaki asked Pelosi what kind of “blackmail” she suspects Putin has on Trump.

“I don’t know what [Putin] has on [Trump], but I think it’s probably financial,” Pelosi responded. “It is probably financial. It’s either something financial [Putin] has on [Trump] or something on the come, something that he expects to get.”

The insinuation that Putin wants Trump in office because he could easily control him with some kind of dirt couldn’t possibly come at a worse time considering that Putin himself just recently endorsed Biden’s reelection by saying he would rather see “predictable” Joe Biden in the White House.

Watch the video here to see Nancy’s sad attempt to revive the Russia collusion narrative.


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