I urge all women not to follow the example of the pettiest, rudest, lowest female in public America: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. The utterly disgraceful display of lack of manners as President Donald Trump held his State of the Union address Tuesday, makes me ashamed to be a woman.
What happened to America when such women are its proudest display of female power? Is it not the very core of political work to make sure that the population prospers? Not for Pelosi. She saw no reason to clap for the end of American economic decline.
This is why we need men. They have the ability to rise above personal sentiments, division, quarrels based on slander and allegations, the ability not to care about petty rumors, but stand firm and perform in the office they hold. Why do women so often seem susceptible to the low-life urge to speak evil of others? They just can't get over their own inner ocean of ramped-up, cluttered personal feelings.
-- Hanne Nabintu Herland, Feb. 6 WorldNetDaily column
Whether or not Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was born a pernicious pathological liar or transmogrified into one as a result of being born the daughter of a mobbed-up Baltimore, Maryland, shiny-suit gangster wannabe politician is open to debate. But it's not open to debate that's what she is. That said, we've heard more believable lies from Elizabeth "Faux-ka-haunt-us" Warren.
Watching Pelosi making hand gestures and facial contortions while seated behind President Trump during the State of the Union address (SOTU) couldn't have been more nauseating. She's a hideously unattractive woman with demeanor to match.
Pelosi can throw temper tantrums, rip up speeches and call President Trump a liar all she wants, but that behavior is not going to slow the juggernaut that is Donald J. Trump.
America sees Pelosi and her Democrats for what they are: a bunch of lowlife anti-American, elitist, jihadi-loving, open-borders, government-dependence-loving, do as we tell you to do authoritarians who have had 60 years to do what President Trump has done in three.
-- Mychal Massie, Feb. 10 WND column
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi acts more like Cruella de Ville in Disney's "101 Dalmatians" than she does a woman at the apex of the nation that is the most prosperous and generous in the world. Cartoonist Gary Varvel was genius in his recent illustration of Mrs. Pelosi as the evil Cruella throwing a vitriolic temper tantrum.
What Mrs. Pelosi fails to realize in choosing to emulate the children's cartoon character is that the purpose of the villain is to teach that being treacherous is not something to which one should aspire. Yet Mrs. Pelosi seems to relish it.
Doesn't she care that our daughters are watching?
Mrs. Pelosi and her coven don't seem to care that they do not have the right to be considered role models. With their selfish, sophomoric behavior, they have revealed the truth: Feminists don't seek to inspire and lift women up; they seek to destroy any cultural memory of what it means to be a lady.
America's daughters deserve better.
-- Rebecca Hagelin, Feb. 13 WND column