Nancy Pelosi: Trump is ‘the Most Dangerous Person’ in America’s History
Democratic House speaker accuses president of 'harming children' during interview
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has attacked Donald Trump in a wild new interview, during which she accuses the president of "harming children" and claims he's "the most dangerous person" in America's history.
Pelosi made the comments during an interview for a newly published fluff piece on the speaker, who appears on the cover of the “Hollywood and 2020 election” issue of Variety Magazine.
“We have the most dangerous person in the history of our country sitting in the White House,” Pelosi warned.
The California Democrat also urged Democratic voters to show up at the polls in November to defeat Trump.
“That’s different from what happened in 2016,” Pelosi explains.
”People thought Hillary [Clinton] would win so they didn’t all turn out."
"Nobody could possibly think that somebody like Donald Trump could be elected president of the United States," Pelosi continues.
"But if you don’t turn out, those who do turn out will call the shots.”
Pelosi says she has a problem with Trump because “he doesn’t tell the truth, he doesn’t honor the Constitution, and he’s harming children.”
“My whole message is about children,” the 17-term lawmaker claims.
"Anybody who hurts children — I’m a lioness. Watch out."
The House speaker has always been one of Trump’s most vocal critics, from when it comes to policy to straight-up politics.
She also made headlines when she ripped up her copy of the State of the Union Address, which she said in a later interview was mainly done to get attention.
As Neon Nettle previously reported, shortly after Pelosi's SOTU-ripping stunt, a viral petition to "impeach Nancy Pelosi for crimes of treason" reached an incredible 330,000 signatures.
The official White House website-hosted "We the People" petition was started by Georgia resident and citizen activist Marjorie Taylor Greene last year.
Greene is accusing the Democratic House speaker of committing treason and calls for Pelosi's impeachment.
The campaign appears to have been reignited recently after the Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump of the two articles of impeachment pushed by Pelosi and her House Democrats.
The petition has seemingly struck a chord with many Americans who have been left frustrated by the Democratic Party's ongoing push to impeach their president.
The petition has now far exceeded the minimum of 100,000 signatures required to warrant an official response after going viral across social media.