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Nancy Pelosi Claims Congress is a “Superior Branch” of Government
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Nancy Pelosi, democratic dolt and lover of late night broom rides, declared Wednesday that Congress is a “superior branch” of government.
“I think we’re a superior branch, quite frankly,” Pelosi said during an interview with Robert Costa for Washington Post Live. “We have the power to make the law and the President enforces the law. So we have a big role. We’re closest to the people and we have a big role to play.”
The U.S. Constitution, in its first three articles, defines three distinct branches of government: legislative, executive and judicial. The separation of powers creates a system of checks and balances to ensure all three branches are coequal.
Due to the complexity of language within the Constitution and disagreements among scholars over the Founding Fathers' intentions with regard to that language, one could reasonably argue that Rep. Nancy Pelosi is a moron.
In a separate incident this week, Ms. Pelosi further demonstrated her ignorance of the Constitution by asserting that Americans cannot “accept” another term from President Trump if the country wants to remain “faithful” to the Constitution, of which Ms. Pelosi is woefully ignorant.
The Chicks on the Right politely responded to Ms. Pelosi during Friday's radio broadcast.
"She is an idiot. You can't say that we have to make sure the Constitution wins the next election and then say we can't accept a second term for Donald Trump if we want to honor the Constitution. If the electorate vote for Donald Trump, that's the way it works according to the Constitution.
She also said this week that Congress is the superior branch of government. So she is woefully ignorant."
"It's such an absurd statement to make. Their approval numbers in Congress are much lower than Donald Trump, but morons will clap for her and she interprets that as, 'People really like us. We're so popular.'"
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