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Speaker of Hypocrisy: Pelosi Caught Once Again Partying Without a Mask

Speaker of Hypocrisy: Pelosi Caught Once Again Partying Without a Mask

You’re a fraud, Pelosi. No one should ever take you seriously.

My friend caught Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi partying without a mask in Washington, D.C., on Thursday. This lady has such a habit of doing this despite going mask crazy on others.

The party took place at the Subject Matter office, a creative advocacy group. The man facing the camera is Steve Elmendorf, partner and co-founder of Subject Matter. He is a big-shot well-known Democratic insider and gay leftist activist.

If Nancy Pelosi wasn’t such a loudmouth about wearing masks and keeping six feet away from people I would not care. But the woman constantly screeches and lectures people about wearing masks.

Pelosi went maskless at a crowded DC event recently.

Don’t forget she visited a salon when it should have been closed to everyone.

No mask at a lavish wedding!

How about the fundraiser where people sat elbow-to-elbow while the help wore masks.

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They all know the truth. They demonstrate the truth, but they speak the bs.

2smartforlibs | December 3, 2021 at 7:15 am

This happens so often it’s cliche at this point.

The Friendly Grizzly | December 3, 2021 at 7:19 am

Nancy Pelosi simply personifies what I have felt about politicians for years: they need to be treated like people, and not like royalty. They need to be held to account.

One way to bring them down out of orbit and into the real world would be some of the following: get rid of all the trappings, the limousines, the bodyguards. Every one of them should have an office that’s the same as every other office. None of this I’m taking over your office because I’m senior to you nonsense. Closed down their little private stores, Barber shops, and cafes within the houses of Congress. Take away such titles as, “The Honorable”. No more exemptions from things like traffic tickets because of their excuse that they’re on their way to conduct congressional business.

Lastly, go into both the house and the Senate and gut every last piece of wood paneling and other trappings of beauty out of the place. Replace everything with metal desks and folding bridge chairs. In short, treat them like the common people that they are. You would find a whole different breed of people running for public office. People like Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell would not run for public office where if not for all of these royal trappings.

    When I was visiting family in Ireland a few years back, one of my cousins who is friendly with an Irish Senator was able to get us a tour of the national legislature (the Dail) in Dublin.

    Halfway through the tour, the Senator joined us and took over the tour. I was struck at how everyone, instead of calling him Senator (in awed tones), simply called him by his first name. The tour guide, the security guards, the cafeteria workers, the janitors. Everyone. And he was the sincerest, most helpful man I have ever met. I am convinced that he totally believes himself to be a servant of the people. From what I’ve seen, his actions match his belief.

    Now, I’m sure that there are jackwagons in the Dail who aren’t like that, but I bet there are more than one. The informality and ease with which everyone dealt with the Senator convinced me that such behavior is quite common.

    One which needs to be emulated here.

    nordic_prince in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | December 3, 2021 at 8:09 am

    Restructure the compensation and give them minimum wage. That would be commensurate with their background, skills, and experience.

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to nordic_prince. | December 3, 2021 at 9:30 am

      *Ding!*

      mbecker908 in reply to nordic_prince. | December 3, 2021 at 1:46 pm

      Eliminate all benefits. No healthcare, no retirement, not even a 401K. I have no issue paying ’em $165K a year, but make sure that’s ALL they get. Also, eliminate benefits for all staff above maybe GS11.

      And make Congress subject to all laws, especially insider trading rules. That alone would have most of the Senate and probably 75% of the House in prison.

      If you really want to have fun, set the rules so that Congress can only meet for like 180 days per session (2 years). And they can’t consider any legislation until a budget – NOT a continuing resolution – is passed. And they can’t be in DC when Congress isn’t in session unless an emergency session is called by POTUS and limit that to very specific reasons, with NO virtual sessions.

      Communal showers

      Make em shower with Jerry Nadler and Mad Maxine Waters

    No more exemptions from things like traffic tickets because of their excuse that they’re on their way to conduct congressional business.

    That one would take a constitutional amendment. The rest all seems doable. Also move Congress out of Washington and into a large barn somewhere in Nebraska, without heating or air conditioning. Or simply ban air conditioning in the current Capitol.

That DCCC lunch looks like a fun loving bunch of white people who know what’s best for us.

nordic_prince | December 3, 2021 at 8:06 am

Do you still not get it?

It’s not about “health” and it NEVER was. It’s all about POWER and CONTROL.

If the WuFlu was an ELE like they like to pretend it is, these cowardly bastards would hide out in their million-dollar bunkers and not emerge for a century. The fact that they feel perfectly comfortable hobnobbing with their pals and rubbing elbows with the vast unwashed merely proves that the whole thing is a scam, wrapped in a fraud, inside an agenda.

She’s probably on Ivermectin and taking the low dose to prevent infection. I read somewhere that at least 200 in Congress and their families have been on it.

Looks like it is good to be part of the nomenklatura.

Steven Brizel | December 3, 2021 at 8:36 am

Hypocrisy is the modus operandi of how radicals rule-regulations and deprivation of freedom for thee but not for me

Because masks are for the peasants.

    Morning Sunshine in reply to UJ. | December 3, 2021 at 9:44 am

    so they do not have to see our faces, and then they can pretend that we are not really people

Maybe she should quarantine for a week before returning to the HoR? Asking for a friend./

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