James Woods LEVELS Pelosi With Seven Word Truth Hammer!

Whenever someone is wrong or incorrect on something, they need to be told that they are wrong at every possible opportunity.

Nancy Pelosi is one of those people that seems to get told that they are wrong quite a bit so it’s not that hard to do the math there.

Shoot, if you looked at what her response was to the President’s speech on Tuesday night she had this deer in the headlights look on her face that seemed to indicate that what she knew she was saying was wrong and that someone had told her to go out and say it.

Anyone that has had the employee of any retail outlet say to you “sorry, that’s company policy” knows the exact look that Pelosi had.

However, whenever someone tells Pelosi that she is as wrong as a peanut butter and mustard sandwich it doesn’t get the press as when someone incorrectly tells President Trump that he is wrong.

Yet, people like James Woods will keep on saying it because it is the right thing to do and people that are in the right will always win out eventually.

Via Conservative Tribune:

Few people deserve to be excoriated more than Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.

Few people are better at excoriating leftist nonsense than conservative actor and producer James Woods.

It’s a perfect match.

As she is wont to do, Pelosi opted to grandstand publicly in an interview last week about why President Donald Trump’s border wall is, in her mind, such a horrific idea.

“The fact is, a wall is an immorality,” Pelosi said shortly after being sworn in on Thursday. “It’s not who we are as a nation.”

An immorality? I’m sorry, but it completely eludes me as to how and why wanting to secure the borders of a sovereign nation is “immoral.”

Worse than not making sense, Pelosi’s remarks are the utter height of hypocrisy. It only took Woods seven words to nail her on it.

“Well, then, why do you have one?” Woods sharply retorted.

It’s a question many leftists would struggle to answer. If security and protection are so immoral, why have any at all surrounding their homes?

Woods’ remark echoes a tweet Trump sent in late December skewering former President Barack Obama for a wall around his Washington property.

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