Former President Donald Trump slammed Pelosi and other extreme leftists during his appearance at Turning Point USA’s “Student Action Summit” in Tampa, Florida, calling Nasty Nancy a maniac and a nut case.
That was part of a protracted riff on Pelosi, Schiff, and her husband.
Trump on Nancy Pelosi: “She’s crazy. She’s nuts. I’m telling you she’s a psycho" pic.twitter.com/ac8Mabcb5y— PatrioticBabe 🇺🇸 (@PatrioticBabe_) July 24, 2022
“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. Our biggest threat remains the sick and sinister and very evil people from within our country. Guys like [Rep. Adam] Schiff and people like crazy Nancy Pelosi — she’s nuts. I’m telling you, 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.”
Additionally, Trump stated more about Nasty Nancy than just that. He also criticized her for her husband’s recent stock purchase in the chipmaker Nvidia, which she did a week before the House was scheduled to vote on microchip manufacturer subsidies.
“Has your husband ever made a stock purchase or sale based on information he's received from you?”— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 24, 2022
Nancy Pelosi, smirking: “No, absolutely not” pic.twitter.com/cjtYkZZ6Gm
When confronted about the incident, Nancy just responded, “No, absolutely not,” when asked if she had offered her husband stock suggestions. She then walked off the stage, avoiding any questioning or criticism. His statements on the stock trading followed quickly.
Unsurprisingly, the Pelosis have received little criticism for their stock trade from the corporate press, with conservative media and Donald Trump highlighting it as especially egregious given the impending vote on subsidies that Paul Pelosi must have known about at the time of the trade and his wife’s control over one of the houses of Congress.