Pelosi was weirdo--nervous, sputtering, and just plain incompetent, many people argue. (Source: Twitter CSPAN Screenshot)
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While Nancy Pelosi tried to justify the unjustifiable impeachment effort being carried out by democrats in the House (and Al Green warned that democrats plan to impeach as many times as they can, as long as they have the majority in the House), she got unreasonably furious about one question asked by James Rosen, and threatened him.
A visibly angry House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday lashed out at a reporter who asked her if she hated President Trump — asserting she didn’t hate anyone and pointedly warning the journalist: “Don’t mess with me.”
“Do you hate the president, Ms. Speaker?” the reporter, James Rosen from the conservative Sinclair Broadcast Group, asked during Pelosi’s weekly press briefing at the Capitol.
“I don’t hate anybody. We don’t hate anybody. Not anybody in the world. Don’t accuse me,” she said, leaving the podium to approach Rosen and pointing at him as she spoke.
He then interrupted her, saying he was asking about a charge from a GOP lawmaker during the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment hearing Wednesday that Democrats wanted Trump gone only because they didn’t like him.
“I did not accuse you. I asked you a question. Rep. [Doug] Collins yesterday suggested that the Democrats are doing this simply because you don’t like the guy. I think it is an important point,” he said, referring to the Georgia lawmaker, a fervent Trump backer.
“This is about the Constitution of the United States and the facts that lead to the president’s violation of his oath of office. And as a Catholic, I resent your using the word hate in a sentence that addresses me,” she said, adding that she prays for Trump.