Here’s one of those “uplifting” posts people always talk about. A sort of pick-me-up after another day of antifa and their best friends in the media trying to burn the country down. It’s a story about a war in a family, a family you don’t like very much, which is the best kind of family war story.
In this case, it’s Nancy Pelosi dissing the snot out of snot-nosed newbies AOC, Tlaib, and Omar.
“All these people have their public whatever and their Twitter world,” Pelosi said of Reps.Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass.
That is a SOLID blow. And you know these millennial know-nothings felt it, because that actually is the only thing they have going for them: adoration of the idiot masses on the world’s dumbest invention, social media.
Fox highlighted the comments, which were made to the New York Times, in which Pelosi is yet again pitted against the millennial Four Horsemen of the Leftpocalypse who are trying everything they can to turn the DNC into Antifa.
Her comments came during a New York Times interview, published on Saturday after those four voted against a Republican measure funding humanitarian assistance at the border — something Pelosi eventually backed amid reports of poor conditions at migrant holding facilities.
Pelosi followed her Twitter comments, saying “But they didn’t have any following. They’re four people and that’s how many votes they got.”
Oh you just GOTTA love it.
Her comments appeared to highlight a growing divide between more moderate members and progressive newcomers in the party. Pelosi, according to the Times, seemed unphased by internal criticism, “breezily” telling the Times: “If the left doesn’t think I’m left enough, so be it.”
“As I say to these people, come to my basement. I have these signs about single-payer from 30 years ago. I understand what they’re saying. But we have a responsibility to get something done, which is different from advocacy. We have to have a solution, not just a Twitter fight,” she reportedly said.
What’s that thing the kids say? Oh right, “directly into my veins.” Yes. Yes, that. Inject me.