Recently, an article was published on this same network that brazenly declared that Nancy Pelosi’s Great-Grandfather was a founding member of the Ku Klux Klan.
After checking that article for spelling and grammar errors, we got tired and rated this ridiculously false claim:
Nancy Pelosi has spent years trying to cover up this past, which led to her drunken outbursts that are so often reported on the America’s Last Line of Defense network. It is often reported that her father immigrated from Italy and the Pelosi was born in Baltimore, Maryland, which is true. That’s the part she wants you to know.
The part that she doesn’t want out is that her mother, one Natalie Bedalia Forrest, can trace her roots to the Mayflower. Ms. Forrest was born in Georgia and was the pride of her grandfather Nathan Bedford Forrest, who is best known as a Confederate General and a Democrat who was the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.
This family secret was kept from the father until shortly before Nancy’s birth. Surprisingly, Mr. Pelosi loved the fact that there was such prominent racism in his family and vowed that his unborn daughter would someday rise to high levels of government to carry on her great-grandfather’s legacy of hatred and racism toward minorities and immigrants.
Despite her family’s influence, she was able to avoid following in their footsteps until one day when she was walking alone through the dark woods and came across a cave. She ran into the ghost of her great-grandfather, who taught her of her legacy and that power and racism is her destiny.
She left the cave a changed woman, instantly addicted to alcohol, slurring her speech, and hating good Republicans like Lincoln, Reagan, and Trump. She ascended to Speaker of the House where she single-handedly tried to steal the power of the President with a sham impeachment.
Good thing for us, she failed. The most important duty we have now as Americans is to ensure her ultimate failure and vote her out in the next election.