New Ad Shreds Pelosi for Boasting of Elite Lifestyle While Americans Suffer - WATCH
Trump campaign releases new video hammering Democrat House speaker
The Trump campaign has released a devastating new video ad that shreds Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for boasting about her elite lifestyle while under lockdown as real Americans everywhere are suffering.
The powerful new campaign ad hammers Speaker Pelosi over her praise of Senate Democrats refusing to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Pelosi's praise comes as Americans struggle financially due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
The ad has come as a direct response to Democrats stalling to replenish the PPP
The video mixes in clips from a recent interview that Pelosi gave where she showed off her fully-stocked $24,000 refrigerator in her luxury home.
Pelosi, whose net worth is estimated to be between $34 million and $160M, was slammed for boasting about her elite lifestyle while Americans are struggling to eat amid the economic fallout from the pandemic.
Americans are losing their jobs since the virus rocked the economy.— Brad Parscale - Text TRUMP to 88022 (@parscale) April 20, 2020
Nancy Pelosi blocks funding for people to keep getting paychecks.
But she’s got a $24K fridge full of ice cream, so she’s cool.
“𝑳𝒆𝒕 𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒎 𝒆𝒂𝒕 𝒊𝒄𝒆 𝒄𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒎.”
- 𝑵𝒂𝒏𝒄𝒚 𝑨𝒏𝒕𝒐𝒊𝒏𝒆𝒕𝒕𝒆 pic.twitter.com/6KDurMFJDD
JOURNALIST 1: “We turn now to that $350 billion fund to help small businesses and it’s workers get through the shutdown.”
JOURNALIST 2: “It will be up to Congress to restock it.”
JOURNALIST 3: “But Democrats blocking that move this morning.”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “They asked for a quarter of a trillion dollars in 48 hours and I said well, ‘I don’t think so.’
CHYRON: “Americans are losing their jobs.”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “They objected and I congratulate the Senate Democrats.”
SHOW HOST: “Speaker Pelosi, what are you going to share with us from your home? ”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “Chocolate candy. ”
JOURNALIST 4: “Thousands have been forced to wait for hours at food banks all across the country.”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “This is chocolate, and then we have some other chocolate here. We just got it restocked with the ice cream.”
CHYRON: “Not everyone has a $24,000 stocked fridge.”
STRUGGLING AMERICAN 1: “You don’t want to eat up everything all at one time.”
STRUGGLING AMERICAN 2: “I can’t do it much longer. I am trying so hard.”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “We’re enjoying…”
STRUGGLING AMERICAN 3: “Having to admit that, yeah, we’re starving and…”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “I like it better than anything else.”
JOURNALIST 5: “Taping this segment, there are 22 million people out of work.”
JOURNALIST 6: “This specific program is about stopping job losses today.”
CHYRON: “Pelosi snacks on ice cream.”
JOURNALIST 7: “This is hurting people bad.”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “Other people in our family go for some other flavors”
CHYRON: “While Americans lose their paychecks”
STRUGGLING AMERICAN 1: “Right now it’s survival mode, you don’t know where that next something else is going to come from.”
DEMOCRAT NANCY PELOSI: “I don’t know what I would have done if ice cream were not invented. I just wonder”
CHYRON: “‘Let them eat ice cream’ – Nancy Antoinette.”
As Neon Nettle reported in February, an anti-Pelosi campaign went viral across social media in response to the Democrats' impeachment efforts against President Donald Trump.
The viral petition to "impeach Nancy Pelosi for crimes of treason" is still going strong.
To date, it has gained an incredible 351,000 signatures since it was launched.
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 was seemingly reignited earlier in the year 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.