Pelosi Compares Trump To Murdering Mobster: “Do You Paint Houses Too?”

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi suggested that President Trump was a mobster Wednesday during her floor speech shortly before a House vote to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate.

Nancy Pelosi said: “The president of the United States, in using appropriated funds enacted in a bipartisan way by this Congress, funds that were meant to help the Ukraine fight the Russians — the president considered that his private ATM machine, I guess. And said he could say to the president, he could make — do me a favor. Do me a favor? Do you paint houses too? What is this? Do me a favor?”

Nancy Pelosi took license to alter the pronouns in Trump’s reported quote from “me” to “us.” Her “paint houses” mention is from Martin Scorsese’s Netflix film “The Irishman,” in which Robert De Niro’s character of a mob hitman explains painting houses is slang for murder with the “paint” meaning blood splattered on the walls when the victim was shot at close range.

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The film was based on a book titled “I Heard You Paint Houses: Frank “The Irishman: Sheeran and Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa.

All of these Democrats are behaving like petulant children, I don’t say that to be facetious I mean really like children. They don’t get their way so they pout and throw a tantrum in the form of this un-Constitutional impeachment, followed by a lot of ridiculous comments.

If the Democrats want the White House they will have to earn it in an election not steal it like they are trying to do now. They must realize as long as President Donald Trump is around they have no legitimate shot.

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