Heckler to Pelosi During an Anti-Wealth Speech: 'How Much Are You Worth, Nancy?'


Oh, Nancy. She has such trouble with answering real questions.

Pelosi spoke at a town hall in Phoenix, Ariz. on Tuesday to continue to push forth her thoughts on the armageddon-like fallout of the GOP tax cuts. Pelosi invoked a quote from Martin Luther King Jr. to attempt to prove the point of how inherently evil Trump and his tax cuts are.

"God never intended for one group of people to live in superfluous, inordinate wealth while others live in abject deadening poverty," Pelosi said.

One woman in the room wasn't having any of Pelosi's self-righteous, narrative-driven blathering. The woman interrupted Pelosi while she was speaking, very much to Pelosi's surprise.

Here's video of the exchange:

"How much are you worth, Nancy?" the woman said.

Pelosi obviously wasn't going to answer that question, because she's too "woke" for the legitimate question to warrant a response.

Since Pelosi was too afraid to answer the question, Roll Call reported that she is the 15th richest person in Congress. Pelosi's estimated net worth sits at $29.35 million.

"No, we're not talking about that," Pelosi responded. "You know, I'm a mother of five. I can speak louder than anybody."

We know, Nancy. You never stop talking.

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