House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still hasn’t gotten over President Donald Trump winning the election over two years ago.
While speaking with a local news outlet in Alabama, a reporter asked Pelosi, “Women across the country were traumatized at the loss for Hillary Clinton. Do you remember what that night was like for you personally?”
“It was like getting kicked in the back by a mule constantly,” Pelosi said.
“It was physical— it was so unbelievable that not only would Hillary Clinton not succeed in winning, but that Donald Trump would be president of the United States,” she added.
Pelosi continued, “I thought that was just impossible to happen. But it did.”
The reporter, who narrated the video as part of the network’s “Celebrating Women” series for Women’s History Month, said toward the end of the clip that Pelosi only ran for re-election in 2018 because she was still angered that Trump won the 2016 election over Hillary Clinton.
“A victory for Hillary Clinton would have meant Pelosi could retire, knowing initiatives like the Affordable Care Act were secure,” the report said.
Last week, Pelosi suffered several face spasms and brain glitches when trying to argue that Trump’s national emergency declaration is unpatriotic.
While speaking in New York City alongside Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo at a bill signing event on gun control, the California Democrat claimed that Democrats are going to do everything imaginable to block Trump from using funds to build the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
“The President’s power grab usurps that constitutional responsibility and fundamentally violates the balance of power envisioned by our founders. To defend our democracy, the House will pass congressman Castro’s privileged resolution to terminate the emergency declaration tomorrow,” Pelosi said.
“I salute congressman Castro for his work leading up to the moment so that we are ready. He is chair of the House Congressional Hispanic Caucus, he’s a distinguished member of Congress from state of Texas, which has the longest border with Mexico. But this isn’t about the border,” she added.
Pelosi continued, “This is about the Constitution of the United States. This is not about politics, it’s not about partisanship, it’s about patriotism. And so, again, once we pass this resolution, we will send it over to the Senate. All members, as I said, have taken the oath of office. We would be delinquent in our duties if we did not resist, we did not fight back to overturn the President’s declaration.”
Aside from something clearly being wrong with Pelosi, her comments on argument that Trump’s national emergency declaration being unpatriotic will not sit well with many Americans who want the southern border secured.
Pelosi is still completely obsessed with the going after the president.