House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) daughter, Christine, is very typical of the problem in D. C. these days.
However, the latest criticism coming her way is not because of nepotism, but her callous remarks after it became public knowledge that Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) had tested positive for coronavirus.
In 2017, Senator Paul was assaulted at his Kentucky home by his neighbor.
Paul came out of the attack with significant injuries and his neighbor ended up being sentenced to 30 days in jail for the assault.
Now, Paul has tested positive, and for some reason, Christine Pelosi seemed to think that was a good thing.
Her disgusting tweet was sent out after the Paul report went public and Senator Romney (R-UT) announced that he was going to self-quarantine.
The report stated, “He [Romney] told us the other day his biggest personal concern was not getting this because his wife has MS.
“Now he can’t see her for almost 2 weeks.”
In response to that, Christine Pelosi tweeted, “Rand Paul’s neighbor was right.”
The implication was clear that Pelosi thought the attack against Senator Paul was justified.
Twitter removed the tweet soon after it was posted for a violation of its policies, but word had already gotten out that the daughter of the Speaker of the House was publicly endorsing violence against a sitting Senator.
Par for the Course
While Democrats say they are praying for everyone in public, statements like this tell us what they are really thinking.
They are hateful people who openly encourage violence against Republicans and conservatives regularly.
They simply do not care about the average American and the nonsense that Nancy Pelosi is trying to pull with the Phase 3 stimulus package proves it.
It also goes to show how much nepotism plays in the political world.
For all those critical of Ivanka Trump working as an advisor in the White House without collecting a salary, where is the outrage over Christine Pelosi becoming a millionaire as a Democrat advisor thanks to her mother being a sitting congresswoman?
Democrats in office today have become a disease that needs to be purged. Their only saving grace is that we play by the rules, which means voting them out of office. It’s a shame they don’t play by the same rule book.