Nancy Pelosi Humiliates AOC, Brings Her Crashing Down To Earth


Nancy Pelosi continues to rip Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her band of radical upstarts. Pelosi trashed AOC, Tlaib and Omar dismissing their “movement” as five people.

Ouch…but she was just getting started. Yesterday Pelosi doubled down on her criticism in humiliating fashion, dismissing AOC and her rapid rise saying a glass of water with a ‘D’ next to it would have won AOC’s seat.

In other words, she’s not that special. Wow. The Democrats will tear each other apart before this is all over. From The Daily Mail:


US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared to take another thinly veiled shot at the success of rising Democrat Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez by claiming that a ‘glass of water with a D next to its name’ would have won her seat.

Pelosi, 79, was speaking at the London School of Economics on Monday where she said that the Democratic Party must avoid the ‘menace’ of liberal policies pushed by rising political stars if it wants to beat President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.

She also used the appearance to set out a centrist vision she believes could help woo Republican voters frustrated with Trump’s approach.

Pelosi added that New York Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez, popularly referred to as AOC, and fellow young progressives elected in 2018 represented only the margins of American society.

In reference to the November midterms, where the Democrats gained control of the House of Representatives, she picked up a glass and said: ‘When we won this election, it wasn’t in districts like mine or Alexandria’s.

‘Those are districts that are solidly Democratic - this glass of whatever would win with a D next to its name in those districts.’

During the talk, she also shared her own liberal upbringing and accomplishments while representing the Democratic voters of San Francisco.

She said: ‘I can compare my liberal credentials across the board. I said to them: ”Anything you’re about, I got that sign in my basement 20 years ago”.

‘What we are saying is, to have a message that appeals to people in a way that does not menace them.

‘I share those values - but we must win.’



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