Nancy Pelosi Has Angry Meltdown On CNN When Questioned About Hold-Up Of Coronavirus Relief (VIDEO)

Nancy Pelosi is not used to getting tough questions on CNN.

This week, she was asked about the hold-up of coronavirus relief funds by host Wolf Blitzer and she did not handle it well. She seemed genuinely angry to get the questions.

Pelosi and her party have been playing political games with these relief funds for months. She deserved these questions. She deserves more, in fact.

In the segment below, she actually accuses CNN of carrying water for Republicans. Just absurd.

The Daily Wire has details:

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she would not get together with President Trump to make a deal for a coronavirus stimulus bill.

Blitzer pointed out that Pelosi wrote to House Democrats that “the president only wants his name on a check to go out before election day and for the market to go up,” then asked Pelosi, “Is that what this is all about?

To not allow the president to take credit that there’s a deal that will help millions of Americans right now?” Pelosi answered, “I don’t care about that. He’s not that important. But let me say this, with all due respect, you really don’t know what you are talking about.”…

Later, Blitzer pointed out, “Here’s what you wrote in a letter to House Democrats, Madam Speaker… ‘The president only wants his name on a check to go out before election day and for the market to go up.’ Is that what this is all about? To not allow the president to take credit that there’s a deal that will help millions of American’s right now?”

Pelosi: “I don’t care about that. He’s not that important. But let me say this, with all due respect, you really don’t know what you are talking about. …”

See the video below:

Pelosi needs to retire.

The American people deserve better and a change is long overdue.

 

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