Democrats aren’t used to reporters doing their jobs. They expect softball questions and showers of praise.
But Nancy Pelosi screamed at a reporter after they asked her this one question.
The radical Left has been in bed with Legacy Media outlets for decades.
Just take a look at the past six years. When Donald Trump took office, there was a 24/7 character assassination for all Americans to see.
They intentionally ran stories they knew they couldn’t verify so long as it denigrated Trump and conservatives.
And the best part was them gaslighting Republicans as the harbingers of “disinformation.”
It’s for this reason that many Americans have lost all confidence in fair and balanced reporting from news outlets.
But every now and again, a reporter breaks with the status quo and is instantly shut down by the Left – and that’s just what happened at Nancy Pelosi’s press conference Thursday.
During her normal Thursday news conference, a very irritated House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) yelled at a reporter, reportedly triggered by a question on whether she intends to finish her term in the House after she relinquishes the gavel in January.
According to Mediaite, Pelosi’s manner had been far more friendly earlier in the news conference, even when queries veered toward the conclusion of her stint as House Speaker.
The California congresswoman even poked fun at a reporter who remarked that, with the Christmas holiday approaching, Thursday’s press conference would be her final as Democratic Party leader.
“Could be, and we may have one a day,” Pelosi joked.
The outgoing Speaker spoke at length about her record as a leader within her party, claiming that nothing she had ever done could compare to the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, which was championed and signed into law by then-President Barack Obama.
“Nothing in any of the years that I was there compares to the Affordable Care Act, expanding health care to tens of millions more Americans, 150 million families having better benefits, lower cost and no preexisting condition, risking their access and no lifetime limits. Being a woman no longer a preexisting condition,” Pelosi stated.
But Pelosi’s demeanor immediately deteriorated when a reporter asked if she would serve out her final term once the gavel was handed over.
“Will you commit to serving your full two-year term for the people of San Francisco?” the reporter asked.
“What is this? What is this? Don’t bother me with a question like that,” Pelosi snapped. “Really. Really, ok? I said what I’m gonna do. Those kind of questions are such a waste of my time.”
In addition to handing over the gavel to an unknown new House Speaker in January, Pelosi stated shortly after the midterm elections that she would not seek a leadership position in the next Congress.
Shortly after, Congressman Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) was elected as the Democratic House leader.
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