Last Updated on December 7, 2020
If you ever wanted to gauge just how heartless and despicable Progressive-Democrats can be you need look no further than what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), admitted to during her weekly news conference.
As Pelosi stood in front of the media during her weekly press conference Friday, she confirmed that she purposely obstructed the passage of a COVID relief bill because of politics.
Pelosi stunned even liberals among the press corps when she announced that she was now open to a smaller and less inclusive relief package than the one she and other House Democrat leaders had been seeking prior to the election.
When reporters asked the San Francisco Progressive, what changed between the pre-election months where there was a stalemate, she first rebuked the reporter for even asking the question and then thought better to not respond.
“Joe Biden, committed to ending and crushing the virus and having a Build Back Better America initiative, Build Back Better,” Pelosi lectured the media. “A vaccine – answer to our prayers, an answer to our prayers – of 95 percent effectiveness in terms of Pfizer and Moderna, and there may be others coming forward. That makes – that is a total game-changer: a new President and a vaccine.”
Nancy Pelosi admits it was her “decision” to block coronavirus relief for small businesses getting crushed by Democrat lockdowns.pic.twitter.com/S2ub8Q5tz3
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Her statement tantamount to admitted that she and fellow House Democrats and Progressives refused to come to the aid of the American people during a time when government itself was causing them to lose the businesses, livelihoods, and – for some, everything they owned.
The Trump administration was critical in the fast-tracking of a COVID vaccine instituting Operation Warp Speed. It was reported shortly after the election that the Big Pharma company Pfizer slow walked its vaccine until after the election so that the President couldn’t acknowledge his administration’s success.
“So, there’s nothing to – these are different,” Pelosi stammered. “What was then, before, was not more of this. This has simplicity. It’s what we’ve had in our bills. It’s for a shorter period of time, but that’s okay now, because we have a new President.”
House and Senate Republicans, as of yet, have not responded to this affront to the American people.