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2 weeks ago

Ever since President Donald Trump was elected, Democrats have been trying to portray his supporters as violent and deranged lunatics. As the left has continued to push this narrative, they are using increasingly violent language themselves, seemingly oblivious to the fact that they have turned into the very people they are supposedly preaching against.

This was proven once again this week when House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s daughter Alexandra appeared on CNN and gave a disturbing answer when asked how her mother approaches meetings with the president.

“How does she approach meetings with President Trump, A, and B, just what are your feelings about this person who you know quite well becoming speaker of the House for a second time?” CNN host John Burman asked Alexandra, according to The Washington Post.

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“She’ll cut your head off and you won’t even know you’re bleeding,” Alexandra responded with a smile.

“No one ever won betting against Nancy Pelosi,” Alexandra added. “She’s persevered. You’ve got to give her credit.”

Instead of chastising Alexandra for her violent rhetoric, Burman and his fellow CNN host Alisyn Camerota giggled gleefully at her comments.

Can you imagine the uproar that would have resulted had one of Mitch McConnell’s children said something like this about the way his father approached meetings with Barack Obama? There would have been mass outrage in the left-wing media and there would have likely been serious consequences for both McConnell and his child. Since it was Pelosi’s daughter who said this, however, she is being applauded by the left and has received no punishment whatsoever.

This just goes to show why it has become increasingly hard for many to believe the leftist narrative that Republicans are the violent people that we should all be afraid of. Clips like this show that it’s Democrats who have become the far more unhinged political party.

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