About Nine months ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she was “not for impeachment.”
Pushing to oust President Trump just wasn’t “worth” the damage it would do to the country, unless support for it was bipartisan.
“Impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there’s something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don’t think we should go down that path, because it divides the country,” she said in an interview with The Washington Post Magazine in a March.
Same Nancy Pelosi pushed for Trump’s impeachment. She stated that “The actions of the Trump administration revealed the dishonorable fact of the president’s betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security and betrayal of integrity of our elections,” Pelosi added that in regards to the nation. “Therefore, today, I’m announcing the House of Representatives is moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry. I’m directing our six committees to proceed with their investigations under that umbrella of impeachment inquiry.”
Nancy pelosi wanted Trump gone so badly, and when things didn’t work out in her favour she destroyed an official document in front of everyone, forgetting that the media will always carry the news especially those who are eager for a tweet of a Facebook post. The funny news is that she wants Facebook and Twitter to take down the video of her deliberate disregard for an official document of the United States.
The five-minute video in question, which had “POWERFUL AMERICAN STORIES RIPPED TO SHREDS BY NANCY PELOSI” written at the top of it, was tweeted by Trump on Thursday. The video features Nancy Pelosi tearing a paper copy of Trump’s controversial speech, but the ripping is interspersed with clips of Trump lauding honorees. In reality, Pelosi ripped Trump’s speech after the State of the Union address ended.
The rejection of Pelosi’s request, which has spurred condemnation, comes amid heightened debate over tech titans’ responsibility to thwart the proliferation of misleading – or outright false – information during the 2020 presidential election.
Age might be a factor affecting Pelosi’s behavior, and her team.
The Nancy Pelosi syndrome is gradually spreading across the State, and some of those who think their opinion matters:
Hammill reacted and said: “What planet are you living on? this is deceptively altered. take it down,” while Stone reiterated that the post did not violate Facebook’s policy on manipulated video. Facebook said in an email on Sunday that it did not have a comment but maintained it did not violate its policies.
From one confusion to another, she failed trying to impeach Trump and she’s about to fail trying to push against Twitter.
Twitter recently announced a new rule stating: “You may not deceptively share synthetic or manipulated media that are likely to cause harm. In addition, we may label Tweets containing synthetic and manipulated media to help people understand the media’s authenticity and to provide additional context,” but it does not take effect until 5 March.
Facebook announced in January a new policy barring artificial intelligence-manipulated “deepfake” videos, but the rule only applies to misinformation generated by AI, not “shallow fakes” – misleading videos created through conventional editing techniques.
Pelosi should not be allowed to override people’s reaction to her unprofessional attitude on national TV.