Pelosi, Dems Mocked Over Ridiculous Photo Op Of Kneeling In African Garb

Democrats and their racial pandering may have finally jumped the shark on Monday after Nancy Pelosi led her troops in a ridiculous photo op in the U.S Capitol that was so cringeworthy that it has elicited widespread mockery. 

In the effort to extract the maximum amount of political capital from the tragic killing of an unarmed black man by a vicious Minneapolis cop, Pelosi and her minions showed up in Emancipation Hall to take a knee and for good measure, wore African scarves as a prop. 

It was complete political theater and once again exposed the hypocrisy of Democrats who had spend a week wailing in faux outrage that President Trump stood in front of a historic church that was set ablaze by Black Lives Matter/ANTIFA arsonists with a bible in his hand. 

Pelosi’s stunt comes after Democrats and the media’s incendiary anti-white racist rhetoric triggered a week of riots that set cities across the country ablaze, allowed looters and violent thugs to run wild and exposed their social distancing charade as the farce that it always was. 

Via The Hill, “Pelosi, Schumer kneel in silence for almost 9 minutes to honor George Floyd”:

Senior Democratic lawmakers, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (N.Y.), knelt during a moment of silence shortly before unveiling a legislative package of police reforms Monday.

About two dozen lawmakers knelt for eight minutes and 46 seconds as a tribute to George Floyd, the unarmed African American man who died after a now-former Minneapolis police officer pinned his knee on Floyd’s neck during an arrest for that length of time.

Lawmakers, wearing African kente cloth scarves, knelt in the Capitol Visitor Center before holding a press conference to unveil their legislation in response to almost two weeks of nationwide protests over police brutality toward African Americans.

“We are here to honor George Floyd,” Pelosi said before the moment of silence began.

After almost nine minutes, Pelosi and the other lawmakers stood back up, though the Speaker needed the help of an aide due to her tall stilettos.

“You see how long it was to have that knee on his neck,” Pelosi said afterward.

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