Pelosi Calls Trump ‘President Bush’ for the Fifth Time

The infatuation has begun and it’s not clear that Nancy Pelosi is even aware of the fact that she is obsessed with a former president!  One would assume, being that she is a committed Leftist, that the fixation would be upon any of the debonair and dashing former presidents on the Left.  Could it be the aging (and yet still youthfully ignorant of reality) Jimmy Carter?  Or perhaps the dreamboat of all Leftist women, Bill Clinton, who is known for his “bedroom eyes and come-hither look” along with a killer penchant for biting lips and utilizing Secret Service agents as look-outs while he visits the Energizer Bunny?  For a moment, try to imagine Hillary’s voice if she ever walked in on Bill and Nancy!  OMG!  Perhaps, she is fantasizing daily about the second Black president (Bill Clinton, of course, being the first) and his wondrous habit of showing off his manhood in profile to all the girls on the press staff while flying first class?

Nope!  This Leftie lass has the hots for another president altogether and his initials that she has apparently carved into the big banana tree in her mind are GWB!

Haven’t guessed yet?  Let’s just say that he’s still alive.  No?  Okay, well, he was the most hated Republican president before Trump.  Still nothing?  Wow.  Okay, then, it’s…

Never mind President Trump has been in office for six months — Nancy Pelosi still thinks George W. Bush is president.

During an interview with KTVU, Pelosi once again referred to Trump as “President Bush.”

“Everything we have seen so far with the president has been about tax cuts for the rich,” she told the news station.

“In fact, affecting California very directly, is the Affordable Care Act. President, uh, uh, Bush has come out against that as you know,” she said, not correcting herself.


It was during the previous press conference in June, however, that Truth and Action first posed the question, “Does Nancy Pelosi harbor a secret crush on George W. Bush?”

During a weekly press conference in June, the House Minority Leader referred to President Trump as “President Bush” yet again.

That was number four!  Feel like we’re counting down the top hits of the millennium yet?  Well, here’s number three!

At the end of May, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi referred to Bush as the current president.

Talking about her battles with Republicans over abortion, Pelosi said, “For decades I’ve served in Congress and for decades I’ve had to fight the Republicans’ opposition to birth control, contraception and family planning.

“They do not believe in it,” Pelosi declared at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco. “And a lot of those people voted for George— for, what’s his name?” she asked, apparently struggling to remember President Trump’s name.

“The president of the United States,” she said. “I’ll honor the position.”

This is when I really believed that she was calling out his name at night.  I wonder what Mr. Pelosi thinks about all this?  Let’s look at number two, two, two, two [echoing]…

During an April appearance on “This Week” today, Pelosi mistakenly called President Trump “President Bush.”

“I’m so sorry, President Bush,” Pelosi said, correcting herself, and looking to the sky. “I never thought I would pray for the day that you were president again.”

I’ll just bet you were praying…on your knees at the altar of George W. Bush!  Worse yet, I wonder what Bush thinks of this obvious fantasy-stalking.  We’re down the top hit of 2017!  Take it away, Nance!

During a press conference in February, Nancy Pelosi again thought George W. Bush was still the president.

“We’ve seen nothing where we can where — where I can work with President Bush on…” Pelosi said as Maxine Waters’ face dropped and she muttered to her colleagues.

“I’m disappointed because I thought there might be some interest because of what he said in the campaign.

“It turned out to be not true, a hoax and really dangerous to economic stability of America’s working families,” Pelosi said.

That time, Pelosi didn’t correct herself.

This sort of obsessive-compulsive behavior really requires therapy and treatment, perhaps long-term palliative care in an approved facility where the likes of John Edwards, Bill Clinton, Charlie Sheen, and Hugh Grant might possibly feel right at home for their sex addictions.

C’mon, Nancy!  The first step is admitting there’s a problem.


Source:  The American Mirror



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