For months, we’ve kept you updated about a second COVID relief bill. Several times it looked close to being passed… then Democrats got in the way.
This bill was supposed to provide aid to small businesses and perhaps checks to families. But time and again, Pelosi and her cohorts stopped it.
The Democrat has refused to work with Republicans on a compromised bill that put Americans first. Some say she did it to deprive Trump of another win before the election.
She blamed Republicans, of course, what else would she do? But now, it seems like she is ready to admit what really happened.
From GOP War Room’s YouTube:
Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi admits that it was her “decision” to block coronavirus relief for months, saying “that was not a mistake, it was a decision…the fact is, I’m very proud of where we are,” during a press conference on 12/4/20.
During a recent press conference, Pelosi seems to admit it was her decision to block the relief bill. And that she is proud that she did it.
She even said it was “not a mistake” to deprive working Americans of much-needed aid during a tough time.
Really, Nance? What are you talking about? Putting aside the reasons why we have to understand she is now contradicting what she’s said for months.
Pelosi frequently accused Republicans of preventing a bill from going through. She said it was their fault, not hers.
Now, she’s saying she did it on purpose?
Why should we believe anything this woman says anymore? One day, it’s one thing. The next day, it’s another.
The only reason she is saying this now is because she thinks her “strategy” worked. That Biden will become president and she can get whatever she wants when he’s in office.
If that’s true, she’s admitting that she can’t be trusted. That she says one thing but does another. And that her only priority is partisan politics.
- Pelosi admitted she was delaying COVID negotiations on purpose.
- She said it wasn’t a mistake and that she is proud of what she did.
- Previously, she said it was Republicans’ fault for delaying a bill.