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Nancy Pelosi, second-time Speaker of the House, third in line to the presidency, gave two truly clueless interviews. Was it the Botox or the brain freeze from her favorite ice cream? Pelosi stood in front of a refrigerator that could easily be looked up. The price tag: $24,000. She opened the freezer section and gushed over pints of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, $12 a pint at their online store.*
On the same day, Nancy Pelosi boasted to MSNBC about blocking the refill of the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses and their employees. She spoke to MSNBC while standing in front of that luxury refrigerator, stuffed full of very expensive ice cream.
Nancy Pelosi opened the door and the Donald J. Trump campaign walked right in:
The advertisement is so devastating that the Democrats running Google/YouTube apparently replaced the title with question mark characters. The title was “Let them eat ice cream.” — Nancy Antoinette. Messing with the display title did not change search results, as the ad shows up at or near the top when you search YouTube for “let them eat ice cream.”
The Hill has several streaming news and commentary shows. Their morning show is Rising, cohosted by Krystal Ball** and Saagar Enjeti. Their left-of-center analysis is devastating, showing evidence that the ad was exactly on point, that it points to the deeper rot in the Swamp, where millionaires continue business as usual amongst themselves.
* The Late Late Show with James Corden ran a “Show & Tell” segment with Nancy Pelosi on April 14:
** Don’t laugh too hard. Her physicist father got to name her after her mom named her two older sisters. Krystal Ball’s father’s dissertation was on crystals. While Krystal is a committed leftist, she also has been a CPA, so she actually understands business finances.Published in