Mark Levin pointed out in a Facebook posting that it was Nancy Pelosi who is acting like a radical authoritarian, despite the media constantly slapping Trump with that moniker.
Although Pelosi was elected as one of 435 members of the House, representing only San Francisco, she climbed her way to the top of leadership only to hijack the government appropriations process and shutdown part of the government; block the president from delivering the State of the Union address in the House for the first time ever; and, obstruct border security to protect the American citizenry and immigrants alike and uphold national sovereignty. It is Pelosi, not Trump, who is the authoritarian.
Yeah he’s definitely got a point. Here’s how Guy Benson drew up the squabble between the two:
1) Shutdown starts— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) January 23, 2019
2) Invite extended
3) Invite accepted
4) Invite questioned, based on bogus excuse
5) Invite acceptance reaffirmed
6) Invite rescinded
Pelosi appears to be spending much more time on SOTU stunts than any constructive/realistic steps toward ending shutdown. https://t.co/3l8eU7Tq9P
Yup. It’s clear Nancy is just doing this out of political spite. And we only cheer that on when Trump does it. I just can’t get too worked up about this since the State of the Union was never intended to be some big huge address with everyone attending and applauding. I AM surprised that Trump has caved to Nancy’s cancelation. But does any of this really matter? Who cares if it’s postponed until the shutdown ends? I think Trump would have had more leverage if he had just said screw it, let it be postponed…