Nancy Pelosi Gives Jaw-Dropping Response When Asked If John Conyers Should Resign [Video]

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was on NBC with Chuck Todd and she was asked about John Conyers. Conyers has been accused of sexual harassment by up to three women as of the last count. Todd wanted to know if Pelosi thought that Conyers should resign.

As Nancy Pelosi is The leading Democrat in the House and the Democrat party is the self-proclaimed champion of women’s rights, this should have been a no-brainer. Instead of backing all women’s rights to be heard and to be believed, she lawyered up for Representative Conyers. This was a head-snapping comment by Pelosi. Read on.

As Written By Chris Enloe for The Blaze:

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was pressed Sunday over whether or not Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) should resign as more allegations of sexual misconduct mount against him. Pelosi’s answer was nothing short of shocking.

What did she say?

As the leading Democratic woman in Congress, Pelosi has been overwhelmingly supportive of women who say they are victims of sexual harassment. That, after all, is the default position for feminist liberals: to always believe a woman who says they are a victim of sexual abuse. But Pelosi didn’t quite follow that rule on “Meet the Press” Sunday.

NBC anchor Chuck Todd pressed Pelosi: “You said there’s now zero tolerance. John Conyers. What does that mean for him? Right now — in or out?”

“We are strengthened by due process. Just because someone is accused…was it one accusation, is it two?…John Conyers is an icon in our country. He has done a great deal to protect women,” Pelosi replied.


NBC host asks Nancy Pelosi if John Coyners should resign — her response is utterly jaw-dropping – TheBlaze



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