Nancy Pelosi Gets SHOUTED DOWN By Immigrants [Video]


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi attempted to calm the wayward crowd down by saying  “You’ve had your say, and it’s beautiful music to our ears,”

But when they interrupted again, she shouted: Just stop it now!”

The event started off well enough with Pelosi standing at the podium along with Congresswoman Barbara Lee and Congressman Jared Huffman, community leaders and other Dreamers.

“Our nation’s dreamers are an inspiration to all of us,” she said. “With their courage and their patriotism. They embody the promise of America… of the American Dream… Make America dream again,” Pelosi said to applause from the partisan crowd.

The Trump administration says the DACA program will be phased out over the next six months if Congress doesn’t make it permanent. More than 200,000 of the 800,000 program participants live in California.

Clearly, Pelosi isn’t as in touch with the community as she once believed. The crowd was not even having any of her shenanigans and were very vocal about that fact.

As Written By Hank Berrien for the Daily Wire:

On Monday, another event unfolded showing the Left is willing to eat its own if necessary in order to advance its political agenda.

The protesters were reportedly irate that Pelosi had conferred with President Trump regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA). The protesters mocked Pelosi, “Democrats created an out-of-control deportation machine. Democrats are not the resistance to Trump,” prompting her to try to pacify them by smiling, “You’ve had your say, and it’s beautiful to our ears,” but when they wouldn’t stop, she ultimately snapped at the protesters, “Just stop it now” and “It’s clear you don’t want any answers. It’s clear,” before she exited the room.

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