Nancy Pelosi Given Award For Being A Woman In Power

( This past week, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has been in Europe. Unfortunately, it was not a permanent move. And in addition to a private audience with Pope Francis, and getting heckled during mass, Nancy was also honored with the first-ever Women for Peace and Security Award from NATO.

Not since Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize has there been an award winner less deserving.

Pelosi accepted the award on Monday at the 67th Annual Session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Portugal.

The Speaker thanked the assembly for bestowing her this “wonderful award,” which she vowed to display “with great pride” in her office in the Capitol. Then she prattled about “bipartisanship” and “multilateralism,” adding that “Parliaments are important. Bipartisanship is important.”

Yes. Bipartisanship is so important to Nancy she plans to ram through a $3.5 trillion spending bill to completely remake the US economy and turn us into wards of the state without a single Republican vote.

Nancy also reaffirmed the United States’ commitment to “our trans-Atlantic partnership” which she described as “proudly bipartisan” and “also ironclad.” Calling NATO a “pillar of peace and security around the world,” Nancy claimed that a “key priority” of her time as Speaker has “always been reaffirming and strengthening America’s commitment to NATO.”

Really? Since when? Because, from the look of things, the only key priority Pelosi has is driving the US into crippling debt and crushing the working class while she enjoys a pint of expensive ice cream.

Then Pelosi prattled on about “women” and “people of color,” claiming that having more of both will “make the intelligence community stronger.”

How? Who knows?

Pelosi told the assembly that she wants “the face of American security” to be more about women and people of color.

Normal people, on the other hand, prefer that American security be more about, you know, keeping America secure.

Then Pelosi gave a shout-out to the women and girls of Afghanistan that her party’s leader just left in the hands of the Taliban, adding that if she ruled the world (a terrifying prospect to say the least), she would prioritize the education of women and girls.