Nancy Pelosi brags about stockpile of $13 per pint ice cream in $24,000 fridge as Americans line food banks

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Democrat Nancy Pelosi bragged about her stockpile of fancy chocolate and artisanal ice cream as millions of Americans lose their jobs and line up at food banks to feed their families. (screenshot)

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Millionaire Nancy Pelosi showed America how tone-deaf and arrogant she is by flaunting her dessert stockpile in her $24,000 refrigerator while millions of unemployed Americans line up at food banks amid the coronavirus shutdowns.

The Democrat is sheltering in place at her posh California mansion and gleefully doing interviews with talk show hosts like James Corden while Americans are basically under house arrest.

Keep in mind that President Donald Trump urged Congress to return to work instead of taking a taxpayer-funded vacation at home during the coronavirus crisis.

“I don’t know what I would’ve done if ice cream were not invented,” Pelosi cooed. The 79-year-old career politician then proudly displayed her collection of fancy ice cream.

Amazingly, Pelosi then tweeted about her interview while lamenting: “We all have found our ways to keep our spirits up during these trying times. Mine just happens to fill up my freezer.”

Speaker Pelosi was eviscerated on Twitter for her shockingly clueless remarks.

GOP strategist Steve Guest blasted Pelosi on Twitter: “While Nancy Pelosi sits in her ivory tower in San Francisco, eating $13 dollar a pint ice cream out of her $24,000 fridge, she is cheering on Democrats for blocking coronavirus relief aid that has so far been distributed to 1.3 million small businesses that is about to run out.”

Actor James Woods quipped: “Her two refrigerators together cost $24,000 for her specialty chocolate ice creams, but she hates the small business owners of America. ‘Let them eat cake.'”

Newsmax’s John Cardillo remarked: “People are losing everything while you joke about your wealth. Nancy Pelosi really is a reprehensible person.”

Liberal journalist Glenn Greenwald slammed Pelosi: “Her two huge refrigerators by themselves cost more than many people make in a year. It’s so revealing that the politician Dems adore most is one of the richest members of Congress. Pelosi has been so rich for so long that she can’t see how tone-deaf this is.”

Clueless Joe Biden gushed on Twitter: “You have great taste, Speaker Pelosi.”

That tweet alone should tell you all you need to know about Sleepy Joe.

Fox News host Laura Ingraham and her guest, author Raymond Arroyo, lampooned Pelosi on her show.

“After claiming that the President is not concerned about the working people during the coronavirus outbreak, she revealed her key to surviving the quarantine: Chocolate,” Arroyo quipped.

Arroyo continued: “You’ve heard of California closets. That’s the California closets of freezers! Did you see that sucker? She’s talking about ‘protecting the working man.’ And she’s got those gourmet ice creams. Those babies go for $13 a tub! Don’t talk to me about being the ‘working man.'”

Ingraham said leftist millionaires like Nancy Pelosi are not suffering at all during this coronavirus-induced recession. But they’re demanding that everyone else forgo paychecks and not work.

“They are doing fine in the confines of Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Pacific Heights,” Ingraham said. “They’re all fine there.”


(Source: Ingraham Angle)

Pelosi called for an indefinite nationwide shutdown while she’s still collecting her taxpayer-funded paychecks. But she insists that unemployed Americans should stay home and not work while their children go hungry.

President Trump recently unveiled a plan to reopen the U.S. economy in phases, in conjunction with public-health experts and state governors.

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Samantha Chang

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. She is a financial editor and lawyer based in New York City.
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