(RepublicanInformer.com)- Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi again suggested that she thinks the presidential debates shouldn’t go ahead, during an interview on CBS’s “This Morning.”
Pelosi suggested that President Donald Trump has “no fidelity to fact or truth” and that he isn’t “committed to our Constitution.” She said that, because of this, she doesn’t think the debates go ahead. In true Nancy Pelosi style, she made assertions not based in truth or evidence, and came to a conclusion that would benefit her party.
Gayle King asked Pelosi about her previous suggestions that the debates shouldn’t go ahead, asking, “Do you still feel that way?”
“I do,” Speaker Pelosi responded. “Not that I don’t think he’ll be excellent,” she said of Joe Biden, who typically relies on a teleprompter just to get through interviews.
“I just think that the president has no fidelity to fact or truth, and actually, in his comments the last few days, no fidelity to the Constitution of the United States,” she added.
Ironically, Nancy Pelosi has suggested that she may push forward with new impeachment charges against President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr in order to stop President Trump fulfilling his Constitutional duty to nominate a new Supreme Court justice.
“He and his henchmen are a danger with their comments, are a danger to our democracy,” she said. “So I didn’t want to give him, you know, why bother, you know, he doesn’t tell the truth, he isn’t committed to our Constitution,” she said.
Incredibly for CBS, King actually pushed back at Pelosi. That’s probably because Pelosi has gone so far beyond the usual left-wing rhetoric that even the media can’t defend her any more.
“Your language to some is just as egregious as what they’re saying by calling the president’s people henchmen,” King said to Pelosi. “Some could say that’s just as insulting as what he’s saying about you.”
Pelosi responded by saying she doesn’t care about what he says about her, and that every knock from him is a boost for her.
“If he wants to help me raise money, he can keep knocking me,” she said. “But I’m speaking truth. Our Constitution is at the mercy of people who have no allegiance to the Constitution of the United States.”
As Pelosi made the comments, President Donald Trump was gearing up to officially announce his nomination for the next Supreme Court Justice. Republican Senators are preparing to vote on that nomination – a function of the Senate and White House that is laid our very clearly in the Constitution.
On the flip side, Democrats are attempting to stop that nomination going ahead, whether through Pelosi’s rumored impeachment plans or introducing a bill that would change the lifelong term afforded to all justices to a single 18-year term.
Remind me who isn’t respecting the Constitution here?