Pelosi’s Pitiful Protest Party [Video]

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi wanted to rally the troops at a protest party and stage a Yuge protest against the GOP tax reform bill. Mayge she forgot to send out invitations. There were only a handful of participants there and the Minority Leader decided that it was not worth her time. She went back to her office to presumably write up some name calling sound bites to spread lies about the bill with. 

As Written By Victor Skinner for the American Mirror:

A handful of folks are really steamed that Republican lawmakers are planning to lower taxes, and they gathered in tiny conference room on Capitol Hill where House Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi was slated to speak Monday.

But the demonstration was so weak, MSNBC reports, Pelosi didn’t even bother to show up.

“These protests have never been like what we saw with the healthcare law,” an MSNBC reporter said as a camera man panned the crowd of a couple dozen mulled about in self-scheduling conference room 2456.

“This particular protest was supposed to start at three, it was supposed to feature Nancy Pelosi, and it’s supposed to have hundreds of people, and none of those things are going to end up being true,” the reporter said.

What does seem more and more likely to come true, however, is President Donald Trump’s promise to Americans to deliver a tax cut this year.

MSNBC reports the GOP appears to have enough support in the U.S. Senate to pass tax cuts in the near future.

“There has been this protest effort to stop this and slow it down, but it’s increasingly likely that the passage of this tax bill is more or less a foregone conclusion at this point … ,” the reporter said.


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