Pelosi Humiliated In Front Of Thousands – Watch

When you are the Wicked Witch of The West then you have to expect that some people are going to dislike you, and that is what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has learned.

The California representative from San Francisco, and the queen of the impeachment of President Donald Trump, was humiliated at a football game she attended last week.

The Speaker was sitting in the stands at the San Francisco 49ers game when she was approached by a “fan” who wanted to take a photo with her, he said.

The Speaker rose from her seat and put on a pained fake smile to pose for the photo, but what she did not know was that the fan had other ideas.

“Can I get a photo with you,” the man said to the Speaker before she dutifully obliged and began to prepare for the photo.

Rather than snapping a photo of the two of them together the man had his camera recording video of himself and the Speaker.

And his intention was to share the video on the Tik Tok app, and subsequently Twitter, where it was viewed by many more people.

“I just want to tell you, I don’t like what you’re doing in California,” the man said to the Speaker whose expression quickly changed from her fake smile to stunned.

As she sat back in her seat, likely unaware of what to say to the man next, she simply muttered “Thank you.”

“Nancy Pelosi, At A 49ers Game, Gets Called Out,” the person who shared the video said in the tweet that accompanied it.

“Patriots everywhere need to start confronting these Democrats in non-confrontational ways,” the caption said. “Reminding them of what’s coming.”

This is what is called karma, as Speaker Pelosi did not chastise Rep. Maxine Waters when she said that people should do the same to members of President Trump’s administration.

“Let’s make sure we show up wherever we have to show up. And if you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd,” the California representative said in June 2018.“And you push back on them. And you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere. We’ve got to get the children connected to their parents.”

But this man did not take Rep. Waters’ advice. He was respectful to the Speaker when he expressed his disdain for what she is doing in California.

He did what many Americans want to do, and he did it with class. Good for him.

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