Strap yourself in; we’re blasting off for planet Goofy.
On Thursday, Nancy Pelosi called on members of Donald Trump’s family and staff to stage an “intervention” for the President.
On Wednesday, Nancy accused Trump of pitching a “temper tantrum.”
At her weekly press conference Thursday, the Democrat was asked about the cut-short, tense meeting between The Donald, Chuck Schumer, and herself.
Here’s how Nancy put it:
“The President stormed out, pounded the table, walked out the door. Another temper tantrum, again, I pray for the president of the United States.”
For more on the events of yesterday, please see Don Jr.’s appearance on Fox & Friends here.
The Speaker of the House also accused Trump of distracting from important issues via a “bag of tricks”:
“That is not the reason [he left], that was an excuse for him to do that. Now I truly believe that the President has a bag of tricks and the White House has a bag of tricks that they save for certain [situations]. … He tried to say it’s because I said cover-up. We’ve been saying cover-up for a while.”
As RedState’s Elizabeth Vaughn asked, “What exactly is he covering up?”
Whatever Pelosi’s answer, in addition to her earnest prayer, she humbly offered her concern:
“Another temper tantrum, again, I pray for the president of the United States. I wish that his family, the administration, and his staff would have an intervention for the good of the country.”
I’m constantly amazed at the Democrats’ preference for saying things that are absurd rather than things related to reality and getting things done. They seem to be placing themselves ever-further into the bin of irrelevance.
And as they let loose from their mouths more and more ridiculousness, I can’t help but think voters are tuning them out.
But maybe I’m wrong. Am I? I wanna hear from you on the topic. Let us all know your thoughts in the Comments section.
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