Pelosi Angrily Interrupts Reporter On Camera

( Far-left Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi lashed out at a reporter on Thursday, insisting that she would not answer any questions about the unconstitutional impeachment hearing of former President Donald Trump.

When a journalist began asking the House Speaker about the impeachment trial, video footage shows Pelosi angrily shutting him down.

“May I just, may I just, before you spend any more time on it, I have not said anything, you haven’t heard me talk about impeachment in the past weeks leading up to this,” Pelosi shouted.

Which is probably why the journalists wanted some answers from her….

“They are making the case,” she said, referring to Senate Democrats who used doctored video footage as they made their case that the former president incited an insurrection.

New York Rep. Lee Zeldin addressed the footage during an interview with Newsmax, describing how the video cut out the part of President Trump’s speech where he told people to march “peacefully and patriotically.”

“Of course as they’re playing their videos and they’re telling their argument, they aren’t going to give the full story of the FBI warning a day ahead of time that this attack was going to take place, or that pipe bombs were being faced, placed and found before the president’s marks were even concluded,” he said.

Pelosi insisted that she wouldn’t respond to what happened or what might happen, “except to salute them for the excellence of what they had presented and how proud we are of them.”

Is Nancy Pelosi proud of her Congressional colleagues using edited footage to mislead the Senate?

“So I won’t be answering any questions,” she continued.

The Senate requires 67 votes to convict former President Donald Trump in the impeachment hearing. However, some 45 Senators have already deemed the entire hearing unconstitutional, meaning President Donald Trump is expected to be acquitted in the trial.

Not to mention, the evidence shows that the former president called on his supporters to protest peacefully.