Dear Nancy Pelosi: Please don’t ever retire

I never want Nancy Pelosi to retire.


If it were up to me, she would remain the Democrat leader in the House for the next fifty years. I don’t care if we have to reanimate her corpse to make that happen.


Now, don’t get me wrong.

I am a firm believer in term limits for members of Congress. Twelve years and out.

But I would happily make an exception for Nancy Pelosi.

For Nancy, it’s twelve hundred years and out.

Don’t ever retire, Nancy.

And though a lot of people are scratching their heads over Nancy’s downright odd interview on Meet the Press yesterday, I think it perfectly encapsulated the entire Democrat Party position on sexual harassment and assault.

In other words, Nancy is the perfect messenger for the party’s overt hypocrisy and partisan double-standard.

Because they all believe what Nancy believes.

The difference is no other Democrat has the gumption to actually go on a national news program and admit it.

While Nancy vehemently defended John Conyer’s right to due process, she had no problem declaring Roy Moore “a child molester” based solely on sketchy accusations that are already unraveling.

For years we have tried to convince people that the Democrat Party’s positions on so-called women’s issues was a lie.

And in one interview, good old Nancy laid it out for all the world to see.

The whole “women deserve to be believed” mantra hardest hit.

From the Meet the Press transcript:

CHUCK TODD: Do you believe the accusers?
CHUCK TODD: Do you believe John Conyers’ accusers?
REP. NANCY PELOSI: I don’t know who they are. Do you? They have not really come forward. And that gets to —
CHUCK TODD: So you don’t know if you believe the accusations?

And when it comes to Al Franken and Roy Moore, Nancy’s glaring hypocrisy is the gift that keeps on giving.

CHUCK TODD: Where are you on Senator Franken?
REP. NANCY PELOSI: Well, same thing. I don’t think that you can equate Senator Franken with Roy Moore. It’s two different things. So, you know, let’s have some discernment.
CHUCK TODD: So you would accept an apology right now from Al Franken if there’s no other accusers, or if all we know are what we know?
REP. NANCY PELOSI: Well, also, his accusers have to accept an apology. The victims have some say in all of this, as well. And that has happened in the past.

Two different things?

Yes, apparently it is. For Nancy, Al Franken deserves due process. And Roy Moore does not.

But that’s not even the worst of it.

Nancy thinks saying “I’m sorry” should be enough for these women. They “have to accept an apology.”

Um, no they don’t, Nancy.

“That has happened in the past?”

Some of the accusations against Al Franken occurred when he was a sitting Senator.

These women accusing Roy Moore claim these things happened forty years ago.

Is that not also “in the past,” Nancy?

But keep going on the Sunday shows, honey. Because you are the Republican Party’s best weapon.

And you don’t even know it.

Frankly, I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Nancy Pelosi just guaranteed Roy Moore’s victory.

So, please Nancy. Stay right where you are and keep being you.

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