Nancy Pelosi is drawing some serious heat for her disgraceful treatment of Dr. Deborah Birx, one of the most prominent White House coronavirus advisors. Pelosi reportedly called Birx “the worst,” in a closed-door meeting. It’s a death blow to any credibility she ever had on the coronavirus crisis.
One of Pelosi’s most serious critics is former congressman Trey Gowdy. Gowdy made headlines recently by calling on Pelosi to apologize to Birx.
Fox News reports:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., must apologize to White House coronavirus task force leader Dr. Deborah Birx, former House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy told “The Daily Briefing” Monday.
Gowdy usually does a good job of marshaling the relevant facts in a way that exposes inconsistencies – and his analysis this time was a textbook example of that:
“I’m thinking about when Nancy Pelosi said you cannot in any way, shape, or form. critique Vindman because he wore the uniform for this country?” Gowdy said. “So did Deborah Birx.
“So if we’re going to have a rule that people in the military are off-limits, then at least respect her for wearing the uniform and being smart enough to be a medical doctor,” he went on. “I don’t expect her to be perfect. I will settle for being honest and fair and I think that Deborah Birx has been that from the very first time I saw her.”
Gowdy is right – Pelosi’s behavior is getting worse, and the media is enabling her.
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