David Bossie: ‘Nancy Pelosi is a Stooge’

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

Have you ever heard of the Three Stooges? Curly, Larry, and Moe are their names, and they provided slapstick comedy entertainment for people for years. They were exaggerate and idiotic, and that is what made it so funny: to think that someone could actually be so stupid.

While the original Three Stooges were actors, we have real life stooges (like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi) who dont’t follow a script….They’re just really that idiotic.

After Pelosi slammed Trump for being “utterly unprepared” to be commander-in-chief, David Bossie called her out.

“At first, there was a thread of being an impostor that may have been in his mind,” Pelosi said, “He’s overcome that now.”

“The bigger problem, the thing people need to understand, is that he was utterly unprepared for this,” she added, “It would be like you or me going into a room and being asked to perform brain surgery. When you have a lack of knowledge as great as his, it can be bewildering.”

“That’s shameful,” Bossie retorted on Fox and Friends, “Nancy Pelosi is a stooge.”

Fox News Insider reports: 

He said Pelosi makes calculated remarks like these for political purposes.

“It’s one of the reasons why Donald Trump got elected in the first place,” Bossie said. “He is not a career politician. He is a change agent that came to Washington to fix Nancy Pelosi’s broken status quo.”

He pointed to the booming economy, stock market and employment figures under Trump.

“That’s what this president’s about,” Bossie said. “He doesn’t care what Nancy Pelosi thinks.”

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