The only thing more disturbing than Nancy Pelosi’s almost certainly fabricated story of how her grandson said he wished he had the same coloration as a Latin American friend is the possibility that it is true.
The rapidly aging former speaker shared this bit of treacle during her eight-hour non-filibuster on DACA on the House floor yesterday:
I’m reminded of my own grandson. He had a very close friend whose name is Antonio. He’s from Guatemala and he has beautiful tan skin and brown eyes and the rest. And this was such a proud day for me because [when] my grandson blew out the candles on his cake, they said, ‘Did you make a wish?’ He said, ‘Yes, I made a wish.’ They said, ‘Well, what is your wish?’ He said, ‘I wish I had brown skin and brown eyes like Antonio.’
It’s so beautiful — so beautiful. The beauty is in the mix.
And the rest!
Listen to Nancy Pelosi talk about her grandson wanting to have “beautiful tan skin” and “beautiful brown eyes”. like his friend Antonio – a Guatemalan.
White guilt is disgusting. It’s even worse when you brainwash a child to hate his own skin and eye color. pic.twitter.com/nLXp5OIfDD
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How sad to imagine a child so brainwashed into believing his own ethnicity is evil that he wishes he belonged to another. Sadder still is a politician whose own world view has become distorted to the point where she believes a story of self-loathing is a thing of beauty.
Pelosi also declared during her rant that “we have the first president who’s anti-immigrant, who hates immigrants.” It’s an interesting observation to make about a man who is married to an immigrant — the first immigrant first lady.