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Nancy Pelosi: We Have To Pass BBB Because Mother Earth Is Angry!


Crazy Nancy has gone viral again.

During the Inflation Reduction Act bill ceremony Nancy Pelosi stated that the Democrat’s bill needed to be passed due to “Mother Earth gets angry from time to time”.

She would also raise the question How can they (Republicans) vote against the planet, Mother Earth?”

The $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act will spend over $350 billion on “going green” projects.

Fox News had more details to add:

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Republicans who opposed the Inflation Reduction Act voted against “Mother Earth.”

“To lower prescription drug costs, to lower health care costs, to reduce the deficit and paid-for to lower inflation, to save the planet – and every single Republican in the House and in the Senate voted against it,” the California Democrat said at the bill enrollment ceremony for the Inflation Reduction Act on Friday.

Pelosi continued, “How could they vote against lowering prescription drug costs? How could they vote against helping families with their health care costs? How can they vote against the planet, Mother Earth? Mother Earth gets angry from time to time, and this legislation will help us address all of that.”

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House Democrats passed the $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act on Friday without any Republican votes, giving President Biden’s domestic agenda a boost at a time of record high inflation and low presidential job approval numbers.

The Daily Wire got the scoop too:

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) took some criticism on Saturday for her comments about the recently-passed Inflation Reduction Act — which is set to funnel over $350 billion into implementing policies focused on combating climate change and addressing environmental justice concerns.

Pelosi’s comments came on the heels of the measure passing both the Senate and the House — along party lines — and she appeared to suggest that appeasing “Mother Earth” was a priority in getting the measure across the finish line. President Joe Biden is expected to sign the bill into law upon his return from South Carolina.


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