House Speaker Pelosi (D-CA) has once again shown that she would prefer divide over cooperation.
Her choice of words, when asked about the House resuming normal operations, were despicable.
She had a real chance to promote unity within the House, but she instead chose to make it a partisan attack.
It’s All on the Republicans
Pelosi has been getting hit about the House still lagging in terms of scheduling.
Pelosi stated that this is still happening because not enough members of the House have been vaccinated.
She then put the onus of the problem on Republicans, which she cannot prove.
She stated, “We cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That’s just not what we can do.
“But you would hope that science would guide them to protect themselves, their family members and be good colleagues in the workplace, to get vaccinated.
“And the sooner that that happens, the better for everything.”
Pelosi added, “The Republicans come up to me and say, ‘Let’s shorten the time for votes, let’s shorten the time for votes.’ I said, ‘Well, tell your friends to get vaccinated.'”
I would all but guarantee there are still Democrats that have not been vaccinated, but you heard the tone.
It gets even worse…
When Pelosi was asked about some members of Congress not wearing masks, she stated, “But that’s incidental. It’s not anybody important.”
Really? Those are the words of the House Speaker, literally saying that some members of Congress do not matter.
I am must curious how words such as that are considered to be unifying.
This woman is evil and petty, and she surely does not belong in Congress any longer, let alone a leadership position and in direct line for the Oval Office if something were to ever happen to the sitting president and vice president.
Source: The Hill