Pelosi: Don’t Bother Me With That Question!

Nancy Pelosi, the outgoing Speaker of the House, recently gave her last testimony and unveiled a portrait of herself in the Speaker’s Lobby. But when a reporter dared to question why she was giving herself tributes as if she were completely gone from Congress, Pelosi had an arrogant response that showed just how out-of-touch she is with reality.

When asked about why she was giving tributes to herself even though she’ll still be in Congress, Pelosi responded with a snarky remark. “What is this? Don’t bother me with a question like that,” said Pelosi while looking down her nose at the reporter. She went on to say that “those kinds of questions are such a waste of my time.”

This remark shows Pelosi’s complete lack of regard for public opinion and her inability to take criticism gracefully. It also demonstrates her arrogance and unwillingness to answer any questions that challenge her authority or put her in an unfavorable light.

This attitude is obviously not conducive to fostering meaningful conversations between members of Congress and their constituents or reporters who are trying to get information from them.

In addition, this response shows just how much out-of-touch Pelosi is with reality. She seems to think that by simply ignoring criticism or questions about her behavior, it will go away and be forgotten about. However, this tactic rarely works in politics and only serves to further alienate voters who may have otherwise been open to supporting her policies or views on certain issues.


Nancy Pelosi’s arrogant response to the reporter’s question shows just how out of touch she is with reality and how unwilling she is to engage in meaningful conversations with those who disagree with her or ask tough questions.

We can only hope that other politicians take note of this example and learn from it so they can avoid making similar mistakes in the future. The American people deserve better than what Nancy Pelosi has demonstrated here—they deserve politicians who will listen attentively and respond respectfully when they are asked tough questions by reporters or constituents alike.

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