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Pelosi Unleashes BRUTAL Attack On Christians

This is a new low for her…

According to The Daily Wire, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi attacked “faith-oriented” members of Congress for blocking COVID-19 relief funding dedicated to testing, treatment and tracking and claimed they “don’t believe in science.”

“We couldn’t pass legislation until now because the administration simply did not believe in testing, tracing, treatment, wearing masks, sanitation, separation, and the rest – scientific approach,” she said. “People say around here sometimes, ‘I’m faith-oriented, so I don’t believe in science’ and I said ‘Well you can do both.’ Science is an answer to our prayers, and our prayers have been answered with a vaccine.”

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4 Comments

  • Barbara
    Barbara

    CRAZY PELSOI CAN GO TO BLAZES –HER AND HER DAMN SCIENCE. IS DIFFERENT THEN OUR SCIENCE SHE THINKS SHE IS SO SMART- WHAT A DAMN LAUGH THAT IS. . MOST OF US CAN READ HER LIKE A WORE TORN BOOK AND HER DAMN CONNIVING AND SARCASTIC THINKING THAT COMES OUT OF THAT EVIL MOUTH OF HERS.

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  • Recce1
    Recce1

    What many Christians don’t believe in is pork rolling, hypocrisy, and prevarication, but Pelosi doesn’t understand that.

    Besides, how is a bill not read by members of Congress really considered constitutional? Or does she believe the 5500+ pages can be read in hours before voting? Was this another pass it so you can find out what’s in it bill?

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    • He’ll Obama care was over 3000 pages she said they needed to vote for it to find out what was in bill. This disaster is almost 6000 pages. There is expansions of H1b visa program to bring in more foreign workers , billions for middle east and lots more pork than what American Citizens will get. Thank both parties for playing hide the salami again to American people

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  • Terry

    Congress have evolved into pure evil people. They don’t give a rats ass about America or the people.
    Warms my heart to see communities pulling together to help the people who are suffering. Let’s all take a page from the communities book and reach out to our neighbors.

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