Pelosi Declares, 'I Have a Spring in My Step' After Impeachment, But Her Constituents Have to Take Care Where They Walk

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On Wednesday as Democrats moved to impeach the president, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claimed that everyone was being very somber, solemn, even prayerful about the seriousness of the event.

Of course, that was disproven by her own Democrats who showed they were anything but, as they indeed have been anything but since President Donald Trump was elected.

She actually had to stop some from cheering when they voted.

Here are Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), who is famous for her lack of decorum shouting “Impeach the mother**ker” at a political event after she was sworn in, and Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), who has called for impeachment since Trump was elected and encouraged harassment against Trump officials (for which she has never been reprimanded).

But then even Pelosi seems to have forgotten about her own admonition by Thursday morning, declaring that she “had a spring in her step” in the wake of impeachment because of the adherence to the Constitution of her members.

Oh, please. If they cared about the Constitution, they wouldn’t be shredding it now trying to get power.

Spring in her step? Boy, that sounds “somber” and “prayerful.”

Bipartisan support? The only bipartisan support was against impeachment.

Something tells me she wouldn’t have that spring in her step if she’s checked the polls and found out what their partisan impeachment is costing them, with independents and voters in the battleground states particularly.

If she holds the Articles of Impeachment, as she is suggesting she might, it might cost her even more. Her base could set upon her. By Democratic standards, she would be “obstructing” justice.

Plus, whatever she does, she will still would have Trump as president.

This is the only “achievement” Democrats have been working on and all they can claim to voters.

Meanwhile, Trump is responsible for tax reform, immigration reform, trade deals and a booming economy.

Let’s check out what’s going on in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s district:

John Dennis, who is running against Pelosi, picked up on it:

From Daily Wire:

“Between 2011 and 2018, San Francisco experienced a massive increase in reported incidents of human feces found on public streets,” SFGate reported. “In 2011, just over 5,500 reports were logged by the San Francisco Department of Public Works; in 2018, the number increased to more than 28,000.”

The report says that the numbers are most likely much higher than what the statistics show because the statistics are based only on reported incidents.

But Pelosi has been busy with impeachment.

Sorry, folks in San Francisco and across the country who might have wanted anything else to be addressed.