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The Speaker’s Conflict of Interest: Energy Legislation

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Door to Speaker's Office

Door to Speaker's Office

When we last visited on the subject of Nancy Pelosi,  we discussed four reasons why she should resign as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives:

  • Extraordinary and unnecessary bias and partisanship
  • Authoritarian and partisan tactics to silence the truth and promote misinformation
  • The disdain with which she refers to American citizens, her constituents as ‘Speaker’
  • Pelosi’s communist allies, history, and background.

Pelosi, as Chair of the Democratic National Convention, certified to the Nation that Barack Hussein Obama met all of the qualifications of Constitution for the Presidency.  In certain states, Pelosi’s certification of Constitutional eligibility without fully knowing whether Obama was eligible may constitute election fraud.  That this possibility even exists casts a cloud over her capability to lead.

As Speaker, Pelosi has the ability to influence the direction of all legislation, which invites scrutiny as to how she personally benefits, the  noble servant that she is.  Here is Tom Brokaw, confronting Speaker Pelosi on her ties to the natural gas industry where she stands to benefit by steering legislation through the House:

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