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Border Wall Trump’s Manhood according to Pelosi


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Border Wall Trump's Manhood according to Pelosi
President Donald Trump is not Nancy Pelosi’s type of guy. Whine Cellar King Chuck Schumer and those brave boys grown tall hiding behind the voluminous skirts of the #MeToo Movement coyly identifying as ‘feminists’ are.

Males who wear their self guilt as openly as they do their neckties such as Michael Skolnik, who as it turns out, led Louis Farrakhan advocating women lemming-like out on the Big Women’s March, are much more Pelosi’s cup of tepid tea.|

Small wonder that Pelosi resorted to the ‘tinkling’ word after showing up yesterday for a meeting with Trump in an Oval Office she swears is his “man cave” when her and Schumer’s pleas for killing border wall funding away from the eyes of the tell-all cameras, failed.

“Nancy Pelosi mocked President Trump’s “manhood” and questioned his basic understanding of government spending during a closed-door meeting with House Democrats on Tuesday, according to an aide in the room. (New York Daily News, Dec. 12, 2018)

“The California congresswoman, who’s vying to become the next House speaker, made the blistering remarks after returning to the Capitol from a tense Oval Office sit down with Trump, during which he repeatedly threatened to shut down the federal government if Congress fails to cough up at least $5 billion for his long-sought border wall with Mexico.

“It’s like a manhood thing for him,” Pelosi told the Dems of Trump’s wall obsession, according to the source. “As if manhood could ever be associated with him.”



LOL! No man talk from Trump for Nancy, especially if the the lights are all on.

“Pelosi stressed she made clear to Trump there isn’t enough support in Congress for a wall and speculated the President is refusing to back down because he’s scared to run away with his tail between his legs. (NY Daily News)

“I was trying to be the mom. I can’t explain it to you. It was so wild,” Pelosi said of the Oval Office meet, which was also attended by Vice President Pence and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).

“It goes to show you: you get into a tinkle contest with a skunk, you get tinkle all over you.”

But since President Trump took Nancy and Chuck on in his man cave, the only thing that can be seen running is Pelosi’s mouth.

‘Granny P’ should know by now that you can’t “try to be the mom”, you can only be one.

“With reporters still present, Trump boasted during the Oval meeting he would be “proud” to shut down the government if Congress doesn’t earmark cash for his wall before a Dec. 21 spending deadline. (NY Daily News)

“Pelosi told Democrats that Trump’s boisterousness will be beneficial for them.

“The fact is we did get him to say, to fully own that the shutdown was his,” Pelosi said. “That was an accomplishment.”

“During the private Democratic rendezvous, Pelosi also explained why she had asked the President to not continue discussing government funding in front of the press.

“Fox News was saying, ‘She doesn’t want the public to know.’ No, I don’t want the public to see how wrong—no evidence, no data, no facts, no truth to what he says,” Pelosi said. “Should we be contradicting him in front of the press? Well, that’s what I told the President. But anyway, it was, you know, he said at the end of the meeting, he said, ‘We can go two routes with this meeting: with a knife or a candy.’ I said, ‘Exactly.’”

 

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If Pelosi reads the Daily Beast’s take on yesterday’s Oval Office meeting, her tinkle is guaranteed to be more like the cascade of the Niagara Falls.

“If Tuesday’s instantly famous Oval Office meeting is a harbinger of things to come, it’s going to be a long two years for “Chuck and Nancy.” (Matt Lewis, Daily Beast, Dec. 12, 2018)

“Presidents can be intimidating, and Trump had home court advantage during Tuesday’s meeting. However, Chuck Schumer seemed especially outmatched by a very forceful Donald Trump. As Bill Kristol (no Trump apologist) put it: “Based on what I saw of their respective performances in that Oval Office meeting today, I don’t understand why it’s Nancy Pelosi who’s facing a leadership challenge and Chuck Schumer who isn’t.”

“The mainstream media will focus on the immediate seriousness of a shutdown and lament the lack of civility in politics. But I suspect many Americans will see that there was something refreshing about Trump’s public stance.

“Politicians often promise to drive a tough bargain (when rallying their base before an election), only to engage in conciliatory rhetoric when face to face with an adversary. The civilized “norm,” in other words, is to be a fake. But here—face to face with his adversaries—Trump defended his decision regarding a wall.

“I am proud to shut down the government for border security, Chuck,” Trump declared. “Because the people of this country don’t want criminals and people that have lots of problems and drugs pouring into this country. So I will take the mantle, I will be the one to shut it down. I won’t blame you for it.”

“There was something charming about this—and it’s precisely because there was something phony about an old game where Speaker Tip O’Neill might accuse Ronald Reagan of wanting to throw elderly people off Social Security (before dining with the Gipper and telling Irish stories).

 

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“Some (on both sides of the aisle) found this old-fashioned chumminess back in those days unsettling because it ostensibly meant that the two sides were colluding against the average man. I just think it was a quaint, yet necessary, form of post-World War II political protocol: suppress your disagreements rather than airing your dirty laundry in front of the “children.”

“But even if you lament that loss of public civility, that ship has long since sailed. What good would it do us for Trump, Schumer, and Pelosi to go before the cameras and sound bipartisan, only to shiv each other once the cameras are off?

“In a jaded world where secrets are increasingly hard to keep, Trump earns points for authenticity. Pelosi and Schumer repeatedly urged that their negotiating be done in private, but Trump countered with talk of “transparency.” I’m a fan of smoke-filled backrooms, but it pains me to say that Trump seized the high ground (in terms of public opinion) here.

“If you are a supporter of the president’s policies, this was an especially welcome display—a rare example of a president publicly fighting for his policy goal: a border wall. The public fight is important. There is no doubt that Trump supporters are passionate about the border wall. The proof that Trump is rhetorically fighting for it is vital—especially if he never actually delivers it.

“But maybe he will. For those conservatives who championed Trump based on his status as a fighter, he doesn’t get points just for standing up for the wall. However, he does get extra points for not cowering in the face of a government shutdown.

 

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“It has long been axiomatic that Republicans would always get blamed for a shutdown—regardless of the merits. This was partly a function of it being less plausible to believe that Democrats, seen as the party of big government, would want to shut down governmental functions. Trump is the first Republican president I’ve seen who defied this rule.

“Here, we have a president displaying not only that he isn’t afraid of a shutdown battle with Democrats, but also that he welcomes it. “I will take the mantle. I will be the one to shut it down. I’m not going to blame you for it,“he said.

“It’s impossible to know how this will play out, but I score the opening round in Trump’s favor. Before the mid-terms, I argued that Trump might benefit from Democrats winning the House. This would provide him with a foil (see how he handled his Republican opponents and Hillary Clinton in 2016), and/or allow him to blame others for failing to deliver on his policy goals.

“Based on Tuesday’s meeting, things seem to be running according to schedule.”

You can come back out of the washroom now, Mrs. Pelosi. Even some in the anti-Trump leftist media spotted your yesterday attempt at covert as a complete and utter wash.


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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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