During prepared remarks at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Session in Lisbon, Portugal this week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) made the unprompted revelation to the audience that people ask her what she would do if she “ruled the world,” and that she does “think about a that a lot.”
“Again, i-i-in fact when people ask me, ‘if you ruled the world, what one thing would you do,'” Pelosi stammered. “I think about that a lot, uh [unintelligible].”
NEW – Pelosi said she thinks "a lot" about what she would do if she "ruled the world," during her remarks at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Lisbon, Portugal today.pic.twitter.com/tLbb3G2y9p
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Pelosi made headlines this week for fleeing a mass service in Rome, Italy after citizens protested vaccine passports several miles away:
Nancy Pelosi and her husband Paul Pelosi Sr. were forced to flee mass on Saturday in Rome as a result of a “security incident” stemming from an anti-vaccine passport protest in the area. The two met with Pope Francis two days before.
House Speaker and pro-abortion Democrat Nancy Pelosi was forced to flee mass on Saturday in Rome due to a “security incident” stemming from a large anti-vaccine passport protest that was in the vicinity of the St. Patrick’s Church, according to reports from the National Catholic Register. At the time of the incident, Pelosi was accompanied by her husband Paul Pelosi.
“House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband left Mass at a church in Rome Saturday due to a “security incident,” the church’s rector said. “You probably heard or saw the commotion. Unfortunately, I guess, there was a security incident and sadly Speaker Pelosi and her husband had to leave… She was going to do our second reading today, but of course her safety is most important.”