Nancy: Voters Turned Off by ‘Disgraceful’ GOP Response to Attack on Husband

Nancy: Voters Turned Off by ‘Disgraceful’ GOP Response to Attack on Husband

November 14, 2022

Sunday on CNN’s State of the Union, doddering House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) claimed that voters in the recent midterm elections were turned off by the “disgraceful” Republican reaction to the , curious incident of the hammer attack on her husband Paul.

Anchor Dana Bash began, “I want to ask specifically, and point-blank about the fact that there has been such extremism, such political violence, and what happened to your husband was horrific. Do you think that that had an impact on voters as they cast their ballot?”

Just a quick aside: all the political violence has stemmed from the Left. The loon who attacked Paul Pelosi was himself a Berkeley hippie who supported the domestic terror movement known as Black Lives Matter. But the mainstream media will never admit this.

Pelosi said, “What I’m hearing is it wasn’t just the attack, it was the Republican reaction to it, which was disgraceful, and that I think really the attack is horrible. Imagine how I feel as the one who was the target and my husband paying the price and the traumatic effect on our family, but that trauma is intensified by the ridiculous, disrespectful attitude that the Republicans. There’s nobody dissociating themselves from the horrible response that they gave to it.”

Presumably, what she’s alluding to is the justifiable suspicion with which the Right has viewed the bizarre episode involving Paul Pelosi, his attacker, and an unknown third party, an episode the media and law enforcement refuse to investigate, or are at least keeping under wraps.

Bash said, “You think that turned voters off?”

Pelosi said, “They tell me so.”

It’s unclear who “they” are, but the notion that a significant number of people voted Democrat because of the response to the assault of Paul Pelosi it ludicrous.

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