Who knew Nancy Pelosi was so talented at comedy? She recently released a statement praising President Bill Clinton for protecting women from abuse. Juanita Broaddrick was unavailable for comment.
CNS News reports:
Pelosi: President Clinton ‘Ushered in Transformative Progress to Protect Women from…Abuse’
In a statement released Thursday to mark the 24th anniversary of President Bill Clinton’s signing of the Violence Against Women Act, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi praised Clinton for protecting women.
“Twenty-four years ago, President Clinton signed the historic Violence Against Women Act and ushered in transformative progress to protect women from violence and abuse,” she said.
Here is the full text of Pelosi’s statement:
San Francisco – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi issued the following statement to mark the 24th anniversary of the enactment of the landmark Violence Against Women Act legislation, which President Bill Clinton signed into law on September 13, 1994:
“Twenty-four years ago, President Clinton signed the historic Violence Against Women Act and ushered in transformative progress to protect women from violence and abuse. Almost a quarter century later, VAWA continues to provide critical support to victims, survivors and communities to work to better ensure they have the resources necessary to seek justice and receive care.
Do you need any further proof that liberals do not live in the real world? Sheesh!
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