During her floor speech on Wednesday before a House vote to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi implied a comparison between President Trump and a mob hitman.
“The president of the United States, in using appropriated funds enacted in a bipartisan way by this Congress, funds that were meant to help the Ukraine fight the Russians — the president considered that his private ATM machine, I guess,” said Pelosi, who guessed wrong. “And said he could say to the president, he could make — do me a favor. Do me a favor? Do you paint houses too? What is this? Do me a favor?”
Pelosi’s reference is to Martin Scorsese’s Netflix film The Irishman, starring actor and Trump Derangement Syndrome sufferer Robert De Niro. De Niro’s character, a mob hitman, explains that “painting houses” is a euphemism for murder, with “paint” meaning blood splattered on the walls.
Considering that the entire Democrat Party is a criminal gang, this is pure projection on Pelosi’s part.