Nancy Pelosi just called Trump “morbidly obese” on CNN!

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Anonymous wrote:Was this in between yet another facelift for Pelosi? I wonder how she can still talk without cracking that plastic smile.


She looks like she's had plastic surgery, yes.

And Trump is a big fatty, oh excuse me, "morbidly obese".


So you agree, she looks like the crypt keeper.
-DP


She looks terrible in my opinion. Trump aside, isn't Pelosi supposed to be the "mature" one? First, she rips up his speech on national television, and now she calls Trump morbidly obese.

his response (https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-pelosi-hydroxychloriquine-obese-weight-twitter-a9522971.html) -

Donald Trump refused to directly respond to Speaker Nancy Pelosi's criticism over his decision to take an unproven malaria drug to prevent coronavirus because he is "morbidly obese," but minutes later he accused her of having "mental problems."

"I don't respond to her," the president told reporters on Capitol Hill. "I think she's a waste of time."


He doesn't care.
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Anonymous wrote:The Pelosis look like real people. The Trumps look like scary dolls.

+1 seeing them all together reminds of just how utterly terrifying they look.


They look like 1980s vampires
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Anonymous wrote:They do have wacky Trump faces, don't they? Jared, I dare say, looks like the most normal guy there. And that's saying something.

All that plastic surgery for everyone else makes them look like pasty Kardashians.


Ivanka playing peekaboo and no Baron is wierd.


This. His granddaughter is in the picture but not his son? Really weird.
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Anonymous wrote:They do have wacky Trump faces, don't they? Jared, I dare say, looks like the most normal guy there. And that's saying something.

All that plastic surgery for everyone else makes them look like pasty Kardashians.


Ivanka playing peekaboo and no Baron is wierd.


This. His granddaughter is in the picture but not his son? Really weird.


to me, that picture looks produced in photoshop. the outlines of the people are too crisp. Is it a real portrait?
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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:They do have wacky Trump faces, don't they? Jared, I dare say, looks like the most normal guy there. And that's saying something.

All that plastic surgery for everyone else makes them look like pasty Kardashians.


Ivanka playing peekaboo and no Baron is wierd.


This. His granddaughter is in the picture but not his son? Really weird.


to me, that picture looks produced in photoshop. the outlines of the people are too crisp. Is it a real portrait?

That’s the granddaughter that follows Don Jr around to a lot of things because she’s really interested in politics. This portrait looks like it came from after one of those full family interviews during the campaign
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Anonymous wrote:She was describing the weight group she believes he is in. It was in the context of explaining why he shouldn’t be taking the drug. She wasn’t just gratuitously calling him a fatty.


Not really. When questioned about it, she said that she was "giving him a dose of his own medicine". While that may be true, it also shows that she was using it as an opportunity to shame him.


Well, he has so much to be ashamed of. It’s hard to know where to start.


Your arguments would be more acceptable if you occasionally acknowledged that your party leaders play the name callling game too. It is petty and lacks professionalism. That is all I am saying. There is no need to mention his weight or age, especially the age given that her own party’s presidential nominee is just as old. It was a mean spirited comment and you know it. Own it, don’t deflect.


It’s interesting that you think age shouldn’t be mentioned, but then you mentioned Biden’s age in the very same sentence.

There is absolutely no comparison between the level of “name calling” that Trump engages in and that of any Democratic politician. I challenge you to refute that.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:She was describing the weight group she believes he is in. It was in the context of explaining why he shouldn’t be taking the drug. She wasn’t just gratuitously calling him a fatty.


Not really. When questioned about it, she said that she was "giving him a dose of his own medicine". While that may be true, it also shows that she was using it as an opportunity to shame him.


Well, he has so much to be ashamed of. It’s hard to know where to start.


Your arguments would be more acceptable if you occasionally acknowledged that your party leaders play the name callling game too. It is petty and lacks professionalism. That is all I am saying. There is no need to mention his weight or age, especially the age given that her own party’s presidential nominee is just as old. It was a mean spirited comment and you know it. Own it, don’t deflect.


It’s interesting that you think age shouldn’t be mentioned, but then you mentioned Biden’s age in the very same sentence.

There is absolutely no comparison between the level of “name calling” that Trump engages in and that of any Democratic politician. I challenge you to refute that.





I don’t refute that. You’re missing the point entirely.
Anonymous
For just a second, I was wondering if someone photo shopped Steve Carrell into the Pelosi family photo.
Anonymous
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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:The Pelosis look like real people. The Trumps look like scary dolls.

+1 seeing them all together reminds of just how utterly terrifying they look.


Oh, please. The Trump family looks too formal. If they had been photographed outside, they'd look more natural. That's the only difference. Well, that and the silly matchy-matchy shirts the Pelosi family is wearing.


Says everything about them that they've got Rumpus sitting while everyone else around them stands.

Who is that woman with her arm around Tiffany, is that Jr's ex-wife and mother of his children whom he abandoned?
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:The Pelosis look like real people. The Trumps look like scary dolls.

+1 seeing them all together reminds of just how utterly terrifying they look.


Oh, please. The Trump family looks too formal. If they had been photographed outside, they'd look more natural. That's the only difference. Well, that and the silly matchy-matchy shirts the Pelosi family is wearing.


Says everything about them that they've got Rumpus sitting while everyone else around them stands.

Who is that woman with her arm around Tiffany, is that Jr's ex-wife and mother of his children whom he abandoned?

Yes - Vanessa. It’s really weird that there’s only one grandchild in the picture, too. There were at least a few more.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:For just a second, I was wondering if someone photo shopped Steve Carrell into the Pelosi family photo.

+1 her son (son in law?) totally looks just like him
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:She was describing the weight group she believes he is in. It was in the context of explaining why he shouldn’t be taking the drug. She wasn’t just gratuitously calling him a fatty.


Not really. When questioned about it, she said that she was "giving him a dose of his own medicine". While that may be true, it also shows that she was using it as an opportunity to shame him.


Well, he has so much to be ashamed of. It’s hard to know where to start.


Your arguments would be more acceptable if you occasionally acknowledged that your party leaders play the name callling game too. It is petty and lacks professionalism. That is all I am saying. There is no need to mention his weight or age, especially the age given that her own party’s presidential nominee is just as old. It was a mean spirited comment and you know it. Own it, don’t deflect.


It’s interesting that you think age shouldn’t be mentioned, but then you mentioned Biden’s age in the very same sentence.

There is absolutely no comparison between the level of “name calling” that Trump engages in and that of any Democratic politician. I challenge you to refute that.





I don’t refute that. You’re missing the point entirely.


No, I'm not.

You said that PP should acknowledge that Democratic leaders "play the name calling game too." But to suggest that any Democrat plays the same "game" as Trump is ridiculous. None does. Not by a longshot.

You also said that it's "mean spirited" to mention age. Then you mentioned Biden's age.

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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:She was describing the weight group she believes he is in. It was in the context of explaining why he shouldn’t be taking the drug. She wasn’t just gratuitously calling him a fatty.


Not really. When questioned about it, she said that she was "giving him a dose of his own medicine". While that may be true, it also shows that she was using it as an opportunity to shame him.


Well, he has so much to be ashamed of. It’s hard to know where to start.


Your arguments would be more acceptable if you occasionally acknowledged that your party leaders play the name callling game too. It is petty and lacks professionalism. That is all I am saying. There is no need to mention his weight or age, especially the age given that her own party’s presidential nominee is just as old. It was a mean spirited comment and you know it. Own it, don’t deflect.


It’s interesting that you think age shouldn’t be mentioned, but then you mentioned Biden’s age in the very same sentence.

There is absolutely no comparison between the level of “name calling” that Trump engages in and that of any Democratic politician. I challenge you to refute that.





I don’t refute that. You’re missing the point entirely.


No, I'm not.

You said that PP should acknowledge that Democratic leaders "play the name calling game too." But to suggest that any Democrat plays the same "game" as Trump is ridiculous. None does. Not by a longshot.

You also said that it's "mean spirited" to mention age. Then you mentioned Biden's age.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:She was describing the weight group she believes he is in. It was in the context of explaining why he shouldn’t be taking the drug. She wasn’t just gratuitously calling him a fatty.


Not really. When questioned about it, she said that she was "giving him a dose of his own medicine". While that may be true, it also shows that she was using it as an opportunity to shame him.


Well, he has so much to be ashamed of. It’s hard to know where to start.


Your arguments would be more acceptable if you occasionally acknowledged that your party leaders play the name callling game too. It is petty and lacks professionalism. That is all I am saying. There is no need to mention his weight or age, especially the age given that her own party’s presidential nominee is just as old. It was a mean spirited comment and you know it. Own it, don’t deflect.


It’s interesting that you think age shouldn’t be mentioned, but then you mentioned Biden’s age in the very same sentence.

There is absolutely no comparison between the level of “name calling” that Trump engages in and that of any Democratic politician. I challenge you to refute that.





I don’t refute that. You’re missing the point entirely.


No, I'm not.

You said that PP should acknowledge that Democratic leaders "play the name calling game too." But to suggest that any Democrat plays the same "game" as Trump is ridiculous. None does. Not by a longshot.

You also said that it's "mean spirited" to mention age. Then you mentioned Biden's age.



DP. So, Dem leaders are allowed to call people names because they are not "as bad" as Trump? There is no excuse for any of them to do it...whether it is Trump or Pelosi.
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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:She was describing the weight group she believes he is in. It was in the context of explaining why he shouldn’t be taking the drug. She wasn’t just gratuitously calling him a fatty.


Not really. When questioned about it, she said that she was "giving him a dose of his own medicine". While that may be true, it also shows that she was using it as an opportunity to shame him.


Well, he has so much to be ashamed of. It’s hard to know where to start.


Your arguments would be more acceptable if you occasionally acknowledged that your party leaders play the name callling game too. It is petty and lacks professionalism. That is all I am saying. There is no need to mention his weight or age, especially the age given that her own party’s presidential nominee is just as old. It was a mean spirited comment and you know it. Own it, don’t deflect.


It’s interesting that you think age shouldn’t be mentioned, but then you mentioned Biden’s age in the very same sentence.

There is absolutely no comparison between the level of “name calling” that Trump engages in and that of any Democratic politician. I challenge you to refute that.





I don’t refute that. You’re missing the point entirely.


No, I'm not.

You said that PP should acknowledge that Democratic leaders "play the name calling game too." But to suggest that any Democrat plays the same "game" as Trump is ridiculous. None does. Not by a longshot.

You also said that it's "mean spirited" to mention age. Then you mentioned Biden's age.



DP. So, Dem leaders are allowed to call people names because they are not "as bad" as Trump? There is no excuse for any of them to do it...whether it is Trump or Pelosi.



Trump has called Pelosi "human scum" multiple times on Twitter and on national television. And his supporters LOVE him for it. I think Nancy is just trying to peel off some of these low-information voters that want politics to be Jerry Springer. Don't hate the player-- hate the game that Trump started.
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