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Pelosi Gets ‘Profile In Courage’ Award, Touted As ‘Most Important Woman’ In U.S. Political History

Pelosi? NANCY Pelosi!?

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Sorry, Sandra Day O’Connor – and all other women who came before you.

JFK’s daughter, Caroline Kenedy, believes Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is the “most important woman in American political history.”

Why? Because she helped push Obamacare over the hump.

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Caroline must’ve not remembered Nancy saying, “we’ll have to pass it to find out what’s in it.”

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From Washington Times:

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been named the recipient of the 2019 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award.

Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of the late president, said in a statement Sunday that the California Democrat is “the most important woman in American political history.”

Pelosi is being honored because of her efforts to pass former President Barack Obama’s 2010 health care law and for helping Democrats reclaim control of the U.S. House during last year’s elections.

Every February, Americans celebrate the beloved holiday that is Thanksgiving.

Wait, that can’t be right.

So, why then did Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi wish Americans a “Happy Thanksgiving”…on Valentine’s Day?

Pelosi: “Happy Valentine’s Day. We saluted our victory – or the victory for the American people – earlier with chocolate. Chocolate from California, I call it the champagne of chocolate. So again, I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. You should go home now to your loved ones.

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The brain freeze to end all brain freezes?

At the 2019 State of the Union address, Trump spoke of unity. He also happened to bring up the fact that black, Hispanic, and Asian unemployment has hit record low levels.

Democrats weren’t exactly thrilled, for whatever the reason.

Pelosi refused to clap. She wouldn’t stand, either.

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According to the California Democrat, the “GOP attitude disrespects workers, dishonors our values and damages our economy.”

Here’s her statement:

San Francisco – Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued this statement after the Department of Labor issued its January jobs statement, which does not include the Trump Shutdown’s impact on the 800,000 federal workers who were furloughed or forced to work without pay for 35 days:

“The January jobs report holds some encouraging news, but it belies the lasting financial damage that the Trump Shutdown has inflicted on hundreds of thousands of Americans across the nation. Federal workers, many of them veterans, saw their financial security shaken, their credit ratings harmed, and their lives upended by the longest shutdown in history. And now, with families still hurting, President Trump refuses to take a second senseless shutdown off the table.

“Meanwhile, House Republicans overwhelmingly voted against a pay raise for federal civilian workers, refusing to respect the perseverance and patriotism of the men and women who were just furloughed or forced to work without pay. This consistently callous GOP attitude disrespects workers, dishonors our values and damages our economy.

“House Democrats are working For The People, moving forward with our bold agenda to lower health costs, raise workers’ wages, and restore integrity to government. We must keep government open, and keep working to deliver an economy that works for every American, not just the wealthy and well-connected few.”

Pelosi recently gave a speech before America’s mayors. She repeatedly begged them to clap after she said something she felt deserved applause.

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