Pelosi Continues the Trump Slander She Started Years Ago

Last week on ABC’s “This Week” show, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi touched on the matter of Donald Trump’s intent to run for president in 2024, claiming it to be potentially disastrous for the United States.

Responding to the questions of the show’s anchor, George Stephanopoulos, Pelosi did her best to portray the former president in the worst way possible, throwing around baseless accusations and taking Trump’s actions out of context in an attempt to smear him.

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Additionally, she stated Trump never fought for the good of the US, even though he evidently did more good in one term than Biden could in a decade, and it shows.

Instead of trying to make some valid points about why she’s of the opinion that Trump is unfit to be president of this country, Pelosi instead tried to defame the entirety of the Republican Party, albeit ineffectively.

Her number one reason was the GOP shows no signs of prioritizing climate change or addressing it at all for that matter, completely ignoring the fact we’ve got a whole lot more on our plate at the time.

With the southern border constantly struggling to keep up with the growing influx of illegal aliens, it’s hard to blame anyone for not focusing on a non-issue as relevant as climate change at the time.

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If Pelosi’s comments about climate change and Trump’s lack of competence weren’t enough to convince you she’s off her rocker, her neverending support for Biden certainly will. She claimed she’s willing to vote for Biden if he runs in the 2024 presidential election.

She supported this unwise choice of hers with the ludicrous claims that he’d accomplished so much for the US, chalking up a whole lot of nothing to him and his “leadership.”

In fact, in the two years he’s been president, one could count on less than the fingers of one hand how many “great” things Joe did for this country; even then, it’d be the biggest reach ever.

Even though Trump has yet to confirm his presidential bid, it’s almost as good as done, considering how many times he has hinted at it in the past couple of months, as well as the massive amount of support he has shown for Republican candidates.

The “Big Announcement” that’s set to be issued by the Trump team is rumored to be the former president’s campaign announcement, but it’s still too early to tell, seeing as the GOP did underperform this time around.

Many GOP members are concerned about running alongside Trump. The only other decently favored candidate at the time is Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.