Democrat Nancy Pelosi’s penchant for hypocritical hyperbole is once again manifesting itself. Her latest example is regarding the #Occupy movement.
Just a few short months ago, before the #Occupy movement exposed itself as a bunch of entitlement-driven neo-Communistcriminals, Pelosi (and other Democrats) wholly embraced the squatters’ rag-tag movement.
This was Pelosi then:
Despite the fact that unions are now funding, coordinating, aiding and abetting the #Occupy movement–the same unions that fund, coordinate, aid and abet the Democratic Party apparatchik–Pelosi now claims that she and her fellow Democrats are not “connected” to the neo-Com movement.
Note: Pelosi’s “good for thee, but not for me” hypocrisy does make one wonder if she was the invisible hand behind California’s card-check veto last year and, if so, whether the United Farm Workers have realized it yet.
“Socialism has no place in the hearts of those who would secure the fight for freedom and preserve democracy.” Samuel Gompers, American Federation of Labor, 1918
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