A day after the sycophantic corporate media was fawning over President Joe Biden clearing his whole plate at meal time, former President Donald Trump took to the stage for a feature film length speech where he ripped into the establishment and saved some of his choicest remarks for “psycho” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
The second day of Turning Point USA’s Student Action Summit in Tampa, FL featured heavy hitters from the MAGA movement like Republican Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA), Lauren Boebert (CO) and Matt Gaetz (FL) leading up to the president’s address.
Taking time to single out their disappointing colleagues in the Senate, RINOs like Sens. Mitt Romney (UT), Lisa Murksowski (AK) and Susan Collins (ME), Trump got into the “disgrace” of the Jan. 6 committee before turning to concerns over issues that really matter, like corruption facilitated by “crazy Nancy Pelosi.”
“We don’t talk about what we should be and you say, ‘Where does it stop? Where does it all end?’ It probably doesn’t stop because despite the great outside dangers,” the president said. “Our biggest threat remains the sick and sinister and very evil people from within our country.”
Trump on Nancy Pelosi: “She’s crazy. She’s nuts. I’m telling you she’s a psycho" pic.twitter.com/ac8Mabcb5y
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“Guys like [Rep. Adam] Schiff,” who again leveled accusations on Trump Thursday, “and people like crazy Nancy Pelosi — she’s nuts. I’m telling you,” Trump told the crowd, “she’s a nut job. I mean you talk about people in politics. Look at her husband. Every time something happens, he goes out and he buys stuff. He’s made a lot of money, made $100 million. She started off with nothing.”
“And she does have a big wall around her house, by the way, even though she fought us like crazy on the wall. But she’s crazy. She’s nuts. I’m telling you, she’s a psycho,” he exclaimed.
The president’s allegations against the speaker profiting from her office was tied to renewed concern about leveraging legislative knowledge when her husband Paul Pelosi invested millions in Nvidia just ahead of a house vote that would funnel billions into the company. Of course, Nancy Pelosi outright denied any claim of impropriety before walking away from the press when a reporter questioned her on the issue.
“Has your husband ever made a stock purchase or sale based on information he's received from you?”
Nancy Pelosi, smirking: “No, absolutely not” pic.twitter.com/cjtYkZZ6Gm
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“I mean, how can they allow a person to make all that money? And the press barely wants to cover it,” Trump said, targeting the media for carrying the Democrats’ water. “It’s called inside trading — insider trading. Everything this corrupt establishment is doing to me is all about preserving their power and control over the American people.”
“They’re sick. They wanna damage me in any form so I can no longer represent you,” the president went on, as he hinted once again at his plans for the 2024 presidential race. “Obviously they want me not to be the candidate because they never talk about anybody else.”
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