Pelosi Shows She Doesn’t Give A Rats Behind About Govt Shutdown

So for some reason… House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will be a guest judge on “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars.”

The show is a reality competition program that shows drag queens entering a series of challenges that end in two contestants lip-syncing or whatever. Look… I’ve never seen it but I’ve been around a bit and at least know the premise and know who RuPaul is.

Vh1 released an announcement saying, “Competition will be fierce as the queens shift their strategies and work extra hard to not only impress RuPaul and the judges but to also impress each other.”

WTF does Pelosi have to do with any of this? Via Twitter:
“All I can say is, you betta werk!” she wrote, quoting a famous RuPaul catch phrase. “Had a fabulous time with @RuPaul and good luck to all the queens. #DragRaceNancy”

Randy Barbato, the executive producer, also stated that he thinks Pelosi is a good fit for the show’s theme… HOW?

We have the freaking MILITARY put on hold, not getting paid and Pelosi is going to appear on some bullcrap reality show? Doesn’t she have bigger fish to fry?!

“We’re ready if that’s what happens. We hope not,” said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Essential workers would remain on duty, but hundreds of thousands of federal workers would be idled, and some other services that are deemed non-essential would stop.

Of the issue, Trump stated on Twitter: “A government shutdown will be devastating to our military…something the Dems care very little about!”

And he’s entirely right on this one! Dems are literally choosing people who have come to this country ILLEGALLY over our military.

“But if for any reason it shuts down, the worst thing is what happens to our military,” he said later Thursday at the Pentagon.

But the Pentagon “will, of course, continue to prosecute the war in Afghanistan and ongoing operations against Al Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, including preparation of forces for deployment into those conflicts,” the deputy secretary of defense, Patrick M. Shanahan, wrote in a memo on Thursday.