Pelosi’s New Comments About Impeachment Hit the Height of Hypocrisy

Every time I write about Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) now, I think how lucky we are that she’s no longer Speaker of the House. I hope everyone gets out in 2024 to ensure that is a permanent condition — give the Republicans the win of the House and prevent her from being speaker again. 

Pelosi appeared on MSNBC with Jen Psaki on Monday. That Psaki now has a show on MSNBC illustrates the deep relationship between the Democrats and the media; she’s just one example of the revolving door that sees Democrat White House officials leaving and then becoming liberal media pundits. 

Pelosi spoke about a variety of topics, but one that she’s getting blasted over is a remark that truly hits the heights of hypocrisy. She attacked the impeachment inquiry that the House has now opened into Joe Biden. 

“If you have a difference of opinion, you just can’t be impeaching, impeaching,” Pelosi claimed. “On the other hand, this is a fake distraction, as you said,” she said to MSNBC’s Jen Psaki. 

Hold on a moment, isn’t this the same woman who pushed two ridiculous impeachment efforts against former President Donald Trump, including one regarding Trump asking about the corruption of Joe Biden? So you should impeach Trump for asking about Biden’s corruption, but you shouldn’t investigate or pursue Biden over that alleged corruption? That’s the position that she would like us to believe. Talk about a two-tier system of justice — this is a perfect example of that poisonous situation. 

The nerve of such a comment. The Democrats are the ones who have changed impeachment into a political game to get their enemies. They weaponized the government against their political opponent with the Russia collusion hoax. Now, they object when there are real questions about corruption. 

How did she describe that alleged corruption? “A difference of opinion,” she said. 

Doesn’t that say a lot right there? Influence peddling and potentially being compromised by foreign governments isn’t a “difference of opinion.” But we can see that Democrats may have a “difference of opinion” on that by the case of Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) being accused of acting as an agent for Egypt in the indictment that just came down against him. 

Then Pelosi argued it was a “fake distraction.” Notice what she doesn’t say is that Biden didn’t do it. There’s far more evidence of problematic impeachable behavior by Biden than there ever was with Trump. But as we reported, she’s shown hypocrisy on this issue before when she was asked about House Speaker Kevin McCarthy not holding a vote on the question of the impeachment inquiry, given that she didn’t hold a vote to open an investigation either. She even called it “hogwash” when her hypocrisy was pointed out to her. 

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