Rep. Marino Responds to Pelosi Chasing Him Across House Floor

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In case you missed it, last week the ever classy former Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) decided to chase GOP Congressman Tom Marino (R-PA) across the House floor, wagging her finger at him all the while.

While addressing the House, speaking from a podium on the Republican side of the chamber, Representative Marino was pointing out that the Democrats are now making immigration a political issues, when in 2009 and 2010, while Pelosi was in control of the House, they failed to address the border issue with any significance.

This caused Princess Pelosi to lose her crap and break House decorum by coming at Rep. Marino, wagging her finger in his face and calling him “insignificant” and a “liar.” Marino stood his ground and told her to do her research, as he did.

In an interview with Fox and Friends on Monday, Marino hit the nail on the head when speaking about the attitudes of some members of Congress:

There are some people in Congress that think they are royalty and I’m having one of the wealthiest people in Congress say that I’m inconsequential and I’m not important. But, that comment was made not only to me, but it was made to my constituents and the middle-class, hardworking people across the United States.

INSIGNIFICANT – those are Pelosi’s own words to Marino, which was substantiated by Democratic Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.), who was on the floor at the time.

Yes, y’all, if you aren’t in Pelosi’s, or one of the other members of the ruling “royalty” on the Hill’s districts, you too are “insignificant.”

He concluded by saying, “What happened there is a prime example of why we need term limits.”

I couldn’t agree more.


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