When Nancy Pelosi ripped a copy of former President Trump’s State of the Union Address during a Joint Session of Congress in 2020, it exposed the profoundly dark side of Madame Speaker.
When standing right behind Donald Trump at the conclusion of his presidential address, Speaker Pelosi tore up a copy of the speech on national television. (You can see it in the video below.)
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Democrats were still enraged that Donald Trump had been elected, and the Speaker’s symbolic anger reflected that. It gave the press an immediate excuse to shift their focus away from the substance of the speech — the stability and prosperity brought about by his policies — to a staged event designed to divert attention away from the president.
Trump later said of the act, “I thought it was bad.” “I thought it was a disgrace to the chamber and to the country.”
Vice President Mike Pence accused Pelosi of pre-planning the prank and criticized it.
Pence said, “I wasn’t sure whether she was ripping up the speech or ripping up the Constitution.” “Having her rise up and tear up the speech disgraced the occasion.”
Pence also referred to it as a “fresh low” and an attempt to make it “all about her.” It turns out that he was right.
A new biography titled “Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi and the Lessons of Power” reveals the “true reason” Pelosi tore up the voice. It includes Pelosi’s admission as to why she did it.
Several publications uncritically toed the line that Pelosi had “no intention” of tearing up the speech beforehand in the wake of her act. You see, it wasn’t a calculated step. It was a completely random act by a Speaker who was tired of Trump’s alleged lies.
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In February 2020, Pelosi said, “I had no intention of doing that when we went to the State of the Union.”
One of the journalists who spoke with the Speaker was Christian Amanpour. Pelosi clarified that she wanted to “draw attention” to the “objectionable” aspects of Obama’s “terrible” State of the Union speech.
One of those main “objectionable” sections has now been identified. It’s about paying tribute to Rush Limbaugh, who passed away recently.
Throughout the speech, Speaker Pelosi made small tears in her copy of the State of the Union Address, probably to mark the “objectionable” bits. Pelosi had obviously left her pen at home.
Then came the moment that put her over the top: the awarding of the Presidential Medal of Freedom to conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh.
According to the Daily Mail, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “dramatically tore up” President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address last year because she had been promised a major announcement on healthcare or opioids.
“Instead, Trump bestowed the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Rush Limbaugh.”
Vice President Mike Pence addressed the possibility of mentioning healthcare, according to author Susan Page.
Pence allegedly said, “Oh, you’re going to be very pleased with what he says tonight.”
Trump, on the other hand, would call Obamacare “socialist” and just discuss the administration’s attempts to combat opioid abuse briefly.
According to Page’s interview with Pelosi, when Donald Trump switched to honoring Limbaugh and First Lady Melania Trump put the Presidential Medal of Freedom around his neck, “she felt her temperature increasing.”
Pelosi told Page, “I thought, ‘This page is so full of lies, I want to be able to come back to it.'”
Throughout the address, the Speaker shed a few small tears. She had, in fact, misplaced her pen.
Pelosi said, “I should have actually had a pen in the fridge, but I didn’t have a pen right there.”
The act demonstrated Nancy Pelosi’s contempt for Donald Trump, but it also demonstrated her contempt for the integrity of Congress and the institution of the presidency.
‘”It will be the most public show of disrespect from one branch of government to another in modern times, presented almost face-to-face,” Page said.
Speaker Pelosi, on the other hand, told the author that she has no regrets and that she feels “liberated” for revealing why she tore up her copy of the State of the Union address.
Pelosi said of the presidency, “I’m always gracious and respectful of the office, if not the individual.”