“I think Nancy may see a different Revolution than she bargained for!”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Thursday compared the Democrat-led impeachment effort to the American Revolution, telling a crowd at the Democratic National Committee’s Women’s Leadership Forum that “the times have found us.”
The speaker, who ultimately caved to the far-left flank’s ceaseless calls for impeaching the president, delivered a speech at the DNC’s Women’s Leadership Forum on Thursday and essentially compared the Democrat-led impeachment effort to the American Revolution, quoting Thomas Paine.
“Now at the beginning of our country – Mr. Chairman, I know you’ve heard me say this many times, so forgive me – beginning of our country, Thomas Paine said this is the dark days of the Revolution. He said that times have found us,” she stated, declaring that Democrats see themselves in a similar position.
“The times have found us,” she continued.
“We think the times have found us now– you, Mr. Chairman, everyone in this room who sacrificed their time, resources, and the rest. No need to be here but to be there for our candidates so that we can make a better future,” Pelosi said.
“None of us came to Congress to impeach a president. Not anybody, not anybody. That’s not what we are about,” she continued. “But we did take an oath to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States from all enemies foreign and domestic”: