Nancy Pelosi Must Not Have Realized She Was on Camera

The Democrat Party’s support for Israel’s indiscriminate bombing in Gaza has put them in a real pickle with their own base this year. That’s too bad. (Not!) Protesters from Code Pink showed up at Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) San Francisco home this week to criticize her again for the deaths of 20,000 Palestinian children. Boy, did they get an earful from Nancy!

Pelosi must not have realized that someone was recording her exchange with the protesters on a cellphone—or maybe she did and just didn’t care. She shouts at them, “Go back to China, where your headquarters is!”

Ouch! That’s pretty racist, Nancy!

Okay, we’re just teasing. That’s not racism on display. It’s just a rare moment of honesty from Nancy when she didn’t realize she was being recorded.

 

The fact of the matter is that many (perhaps most) of the leftwing protest groups in America probably are being funded by hostile foreign sources, like Red China and George Soros. Pelosi will never openly admit this, because she wants the campaign donations from Red China and George Soros to keep flowing to Democrats.

Whenever someone does protest the Democrats for any reason, she usually blames Vladimir Putin. That’s exactly what she did on CNN last weekend. She claimed that all of the Democrats protesting Israel are actually being financed by Putin somehow, and she’s asking the FBI to investigate them.

Anyway, here’s Pelosi yelling at the protesters outside her home this week:


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