Unhinged Nancy Pelosi Uses Founding Fathers to Hit Mitch McConnell, ‘Rogue Senate Leader’

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An unhinged Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi just invoked the Founding Fathers to attack Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

“Let me say this about our founders. On the great seal of the United States, it says ‘Novus Ordo Seclorum,’ a new order for the ages. They had so much confidence in what they were doing that they said that it was going to last forever, for the ages,” Pelosi said.

She continued “Because they had written a Constitution that founding documents thank God they made it amendable so that we could expand freedom over time and always will continue to it, but they predicted that on people honoring the Constitution of the United States.”

So far what she said seems reasonable. Here’s where she becomes unhinged and goes after McConnell:

“They could predict that there would be a rogue president of the United States. They probably couldn’t predict that there would be a rogue Senate leader who would just ignore the facts and the Constitution on all of this.”

“And so we have the responsibility to do that, to strength the institution in which we sit. And if we did not act on this, the message to any future president Democrat or Republican, whoever he — she or he may be, would be, you can do whatever you want. And if we did not act on this, we should amend the Constitution and remove impeachment, which was very important to our founders.”

I predict that history will not be kind to Nancy Pelosi and her sham impeachment.

President Trump responded to Pelosi’s disgraceful call for Articles of Impeachment to be written with a couple of tweets:

Nancy Pelosi is out of her league when it comes to dealing with someone like President Trump.

Democrats are about to reap the whirlwind they began.

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