Democrats like Nancy Pelosi don’t want to face the reality of what they did to Supreme Court nominations from Republican presidents in the past.
At a recent press conference, a reporter from The Daily Caller asked the San Francisco representative about the history of her party obstructing picks like Judge Robert Bork, who was appointed by President Reagan in 1987.
“I get your point, but your point isn’t well taken,” Pelosi told the reporter. “I don’t remember anybody saying there the president should not appoint, and we will not even interview his appointee, we will not have a hearing. That’s what I’m talking about, obstruction.”
It’s sounds like she’s talking about semantics.
Watch the clip below.
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