She continues to play these childish games.
In a recent interview with MSNBC, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called out President Donald Trump and told him to “stand up like a man” and accept the loss he will take on election day.
These words came from Pelosi after Trump demanded to know the results of the election on election night rather than waiting days to find out.
According to Breitbart, Pelosi told MSNBC “On January 20, 2021, Joe Biden will be inaugurated President of the United States. The states will count the votes that they have in a timely fashion. And again, if the president wins in that format, then so be it, then he’s president. We don’t anticipate that that will be the case, and neither does he. And that’s why he’s trying to, as I say, stir the pot so that people will think that he really won when he didn’t. Of all of the things that the president has done, and they have been horrible, undermining the Constitution, degrading our environment, denigrating who we are as a people, undervaluing who we are in terms of our priorities as a country, taking children out of the arms of their parents, again, dimming the bright light that we are of hope to the world, of all of the things, the very idea, and again, ignoring that nearly 250,000 people have died from a virus that many of whom could have been saved, the list goes on and on.”
Pelosi then said, “[T]he easiest thing for him to do is to stand up like a man and accept the results of an election of the American people. For him to make these kinds of statements shows his lack of patriotism, his undermining of our elections. While he allows foreign countries like his friend Putin to undermine the integrity of our election. He himself is doing it as well. But let’s forget about him. Let’s get on with the future. Let’s have the results counted properly, that everybody’s vote is counted as cast. Let’s unify the country as we go forward. Joe Biden is a great unifier.”
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