Nancy Pelosi Starts To Panic, Says Trump Is “Most Dangerous Person In History Of USA In White House”


Nancy Pelosi just threw another of her patented temper tantrums and the panic of losing again to Trump is obvious.

Speaking to Variety for a Suoer Tuesday interview, Pelosi ripped Trump saying with zero shame on her face:

“We have the most dangerous person in the history of our country sitting in the White House.”

“That’s different from what happened in 2016,” the 17-term congresswoman added. “People thought Hillary would win, so they didn’t all turnout.”

“Nobody could possibly think that somebody like Donald Trump could be elected president of the United States. But if you don’t turn out, those who do turn out will call the shots,” she added.

“He gave us no choice,” Pelosi continued speaking of her botched impeachment.

“He was in such violation, he made Nixon look like a babe in the woods compared to what he did. Violating our Constitution, undermining our national security and jeopardizing the security and integrity of our elections.”

“I have real problems with this president because he doesn’t tell the truth, he doesn’t honor the Constitution and he’s harming children,” Pelosi said.

“My whole message is about children. Anybody who hurts children,” she warned. “I’m a lioness. Watch out.”

“He used the Congress as the backdrop for a reality television show when he had absolutely no reality in his speech,” she said.

“The decision to rip up her copy was not impulsive. She was reading ahead and dismayed by page after page of “falsehoods.”

“Suppose I went down to the White House and said, ‘Hi, I brought my staff and we’re going to write a bill sitting on the floor of the Oval Office.’ I mean, really,” she says. “Do your stuff in your office, and let the people make a judgment about whether [individuals] as despicable as the two of you should be giving [and getting] the Medal of Honor in the House chamber.”

“He will never be vindicated,” Pelosi added. “He can say all he wants about acquit this or that. He’ll never be vindicated.”

“At least on the basics of infrastructure, there seems to be some common purpose” with Republicans, Pelosi said.

“Now we have to agree on how to pay for it. We could have paid for it instead of giving tax cuts to the richest, because [infrastructure spending] would have brought money back into the system.”

“People ask me ‘Would you rather pass a bill or have it as an issue in the campaign?’ I’d rather improve the lives of America’s working people,” Pelosi added.

“That’s why we did the trade agreement. Many people said to me ‘Don’t you give him that victory.’ Even if [Trump] gets a collateral benefit as we’re giving a big benefit to our workers and farmers, then we’ll do it.”