Nancy Pelosi Snaps When Boehner Calls Illegal Aliens ‘ALIENS’

Nancy Pelosi Snaps When Boehner Calls Illegal Aliens ‘ALIENS’

House minority leader Nancy Pelosi scolded House Speaker John Boehner for referring to the flood of illegal children crossing the United States border to the south as “aliens.”

Apparently, Pelosi thinks referring to them as other than what they are, which is illegal aliens, somehow how they will seize to be “illegal aliens.”


Here is what Boehner posted on Twitter that enraged Pelosi:


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Pelosi’s blathering response was predictable.

“Mr. Speaker, these comments and labels are inexcusable and reprehensible — no one should be politicizing the ordeal of these children in such a manner,” the statement said, according to the Washington Times.

Once again Pelosi makes a contradictory statement because Boehner calling the mass of Central Americans currently overwhelming immigration facilities in border states and being dispersed around the country “aliens,” he was using the exact word used by the Obama administration’s U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services to describe non-citizens.

By Pelosi’s own liberal logic, the head of her own political party — not to mention the president of the United States — is just as “reprehensible” to her as the most “inexcusable” Republican.

One again, Pelosi makes no sense, but Pelosi’s a lib Democrat so what did you expect.



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