In the wake of her humiliating incident at a San Francisco hair salon, Nancy Pelosi just got more bad news.
Fox News is reporting that two Republican House leaders have sent a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr, asking him to determine whether Pelosi committed a criminal act when she tore up President Trump’s speech at the State of the Union address earlier this year.
In a statement, Republican Policy Committee Chairman Gary Palmer, R-Ala., and Republican Study Committee Chairman Mike Johnson, R-La said:
“Nancy Pelosi’s famous tantrum on the House floor was more than disgraceful; she violated her responsibility to preserve official documents delivered to the House of Representatives…We ask the Attorney General to review this scandalous outburst, not simply because it offended every American, but because it set a precedent for radical politicians to hijack state events for partisan performance art and possibly break the law with, thus far, no consequence.”
Pelosi’s blatant contempt for the law has been well-established, but so far, she’s gotten away with it. It’s time for lawmakers to realize that they’re subject to the same laws as the rest of us.
Read the full story here.