Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich had some strong words for the current Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Last night after President Trump delivered his State of the Union address Pelosi sent a message to the president as she stood up and ripped her copy of the president’s speech.
Pelosi told Fox News she ripped up the speech “because it was the courteous thing to do considering the alternatives. I tore it up. I was trying to find one page with the truth on it. I couldn’t.” Isn’t this a double standard? Yet she’s defended the wild goose chase that’s been happening for the past few years regarding the Mueller reports and the current felonious impeachment trial.
The White House twitter account had some shade to throw at the current speaker and refuting her claims of truth.
Does Newt have the right to call out Pelosi?
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich had a career plagued by scandal and corruption. Perhaps most notably, on January 22, 1997, by a vote of 395 to 28, the House of Representatives voted to reprimand Speaker Gingrich for “intentional…or reckless” disregard for House rules. He also had to pay a $300,000 fine.
Newt Gingrich gave his wife divorce papers when she was in the hospital for cancer treatment. Newt also filed for divorce from wife #2, the woman he left wife#1 for, shortly after her MS diagnosis, he left so he could marry the woman he was already cheating on her with. Sloppy and disgusting if you ask me. While I agree with you that she was being childish in her acts and pouting trying to catch a headline she didn’t rip up the Constitution like you ripped up your marriages and disregard for another human life.