Nancy Pelosi Promises to Institute Investigative Gridlock to Block Trumps Agenda if Dems Retake House

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour and Nancy Pelosi talked about the Democrats’ plans if they win a House majority in the fall – and it wasn’t pretty. The stuff they talked about was ugly, too, by the way.

“I’m not measuring the drapes yet,” says Pelosi, while clearly looking at a window and estimating its dimensions.

Pelosi is really vague when it comes to Democrat policies. She shares the usual Democrat BS about lowering health care costs and “cleaner” government – whatever that is.

But one thing that Nancy gets really animated about is all of the investigations the Democrats have planned. The Dems have already been caught circulating a memo that lists more than 100 investigations they plan to have congressional committees launch. The investigations of President Trump that they’re planning are clearly revenge for the many congressional investigations of Barack Obama’s scandals.

It’s personal for the Democrats. They plan to cause an investigative gridlock in Congress to stop Trump’s America First agenda.

What the Democrats don’t understand (besides math, gender, sexuality and normal behavior) is that the investigations of Obama weren’t personal – they were based on actual crimes. The ATF sold guns to Mexican drug cartels. The IRS targeted conservatives for their political beliefs. Hillary and Obama abandoned the heroes at Benghazi. Those were real crimes and deserved real investigations.

For the Democrats, they want to investigate Trump for being Trump.

Check out the video below to see Nancy describe their plans to wreck the country by shutting down the Trump administration. And remember, we warned you: It’s not pretty.

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