Pelosi DESTROYED By Greg Gutfeld! [WATCH]

Nancy Pelosi probably wants to sacrifice two more years of her life to the House of Representatives so the children would live a better life.

That’s the start of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement that she was running for re-election.
The drama isn’t about whether she will win San Francisco-based sinecure or not, but the proclamation surprisingly appeared.

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The Washington Post reported that she was “expected to step down at the close of this Congress, ending a historic career that included trying to end George W. Bush’s Iraq War, implementing President Barack Obama’s signature health-care law, impeaching President Donald Trump twice and squeezing President Biden’s sweeping agenda through a narrowly controlled House.”

However, in 2018, BuzzFeed News shared that Pelosi had agreed to step aside as the House’s top Democrat in 2022 to secure speakership again, regarding the younger and more progressive Dems threatening her to throw the process into chaos if she didn’t retire.

Precisely because of that, her announcement came as a surprise. Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld emphasized Pelosi had some strange obsession with the children in her re-election announcement.

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“When people ask me, ‘What are the three most important issues facing the Congress?’ I always say the same thing: our children, our children, our children,” Pelosi said.

“Their health, their education, the housing and economic security of their families, a clean, safe environment in which they can thrive, and a world at peace and where they are all welcome and in which they can reach their fulfillment,” she continued.

“That is my why — why I am in Congress. For the children. This is my story, and this is my song, as you hear me say, when you’re in the arena, you have to be able to take a punch, or throw a punch, for the children.”

If you felt that you were being given a pitch by Struthers to sponsor the starving youngster in Malawi, then you aren’t alone!

“She first went to Congress in 1987 — the year I was born — and has been the top Dem in the House since 2003,” Gutfeld said.

“Nancy made the announcement on Twitter with technical help from someone one-eighth her age and asked herself, ‘What are the three most important issues facing Congress?’”

“‘Our children our children, our children,’” he continued, mockingly, before ripping into a certain network’s recent issues with sexual abuse allegations: “The last time I heard that it was from a parent filing the police report outside CNN.”

“No wonder she always sounds like she has a concussion,” Gutfeld said.

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“Nothing less is at stake than our democracy,” the speaker said. “But as we say, we don’t agonize, we organize, and that is why I am running for re-election to Congress.”

“But what is this obsession with children? And why won’t she just call it quits?” Gutfeld asked.

The response was from Kat Timpf, disguised as Pelosi.

“When I first announced I would be running for Congress, I raised a lot of eyebrows. Specifically my own. Four inches above my face,” the faux Pelosi began.

“What keeps me coming back like a looter to his favorite Walgreens?” she continued. “The children. The children. The children. The children … the children … I am going to keep serving the children even as their parents pack up a U-Haul and move out of the state.”

The company has to be based in a kernel of truth, and these two had a large one: Pelosi’s re-election announcement focusing on the children was outré.

She is in the diminishing returns phase of her political and physical life. The Dems don’t want her anymore.
To quote Herbert Hoover, “Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt.”

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