Kayleigh McEnany Rips Pelosi – Says She ‘Does Not Deserve To Be Speaker’

White House Press Secretary ripped House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), saying that she has been “fundamentally unserious” and “derelict in her duties” when it comes to COVID-19 relief. McEnany went so far as to say that Pelosi “does not deserve to be Speaker ever again.”

McEnany Eviscerates Pelosi

“Her stimulus bill was chock-full of, guess what, mail-in voting regulations to try to secure Democrat power in the halls of Congress,” McEnany said while appearing on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends.”

“She does not deserve to be speaker ever again,” she added of Pelosi, who was nominated last month to keep her seat. The House will officially vote on a new Speaker when it reconvenes early next month.

McEnany went on to say that President Donald Trump has “continually put the pressure on” Pelosi for a bill, but the Speaker’s response has been “laughable.”

“We’ll continue to move toward the left, but that bipartisan group again needs to put pressure on the radical AOC’s of the world and the Ilhan Omar’s that control Nancy Pelosi like a Marionette puppet,” she added.

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McEnany Talks About Election Issues

McEnany also touched on the election, saying that Trump has been “unapologetic” for the past ten months in saying mail-in voting “is subject to fraud.”

“This has been a key part of what he has talked about when it comes to election integrity. He wants to make sure signatures are matched,” she explained.

McEnany then pointed out that when Pelosi became Speaker, her first bill was one to allow illegal immigrants on voting rolls and to let ballots be cast without signature matching.

“Democrats for years, far before the 2016 election, the 2020 election, have tried to make our election system less secure,” she alleged. “The president is going to continue to fight for that while also saying it’s important to turn out and vote while also perfecting the system.”

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Though various media outlets have called the presidential election for Joe Biden, Trump has continued to fight the results through various legal challenges that he says will expose mass voter fraud. While others have turned on him, McEnany has stood by the president and expressed confidence that this voter fraud will be exposed.

This piece was written by James Samson on December 2, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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