Nancy Pelosi Uses Grandson's Desire for 'Brown Eyes' to Pander. Tucker Carlson Points Out Her Bigotry
For eight hours straight, she conjured up bad analogy upon boring story to nail home some semblance of a point. Now, as people pan through her speech, they're finding shiny turd nuggets of hilarity (see John Oliver Dunks on Pelosi: Who Wants To Hear Her Talk for Seven Hours?).
Tucker Carlson found one of Pelosi's "golden" moments. She's pimping out her grandson.
PELOSI: He had a very close friend whos name is Antionio, and he has beautiful tan skin, beautiful 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. And I said, "Did you make a wish. "And he said, "Yes I made a wish. I wish I had brown skin and brown eyes like Antonio."
And, that's so beautiful. So beautiful. The beauty is in the mix.
CARLSON: Her delight says everything about the modern democratic party. Certain races are good, certain races are so bad that it's considered beautiful to hate your own innate appearance and want it changed. And that, Pelosi is saying is one of the main reasons she supports mass immigration so America will look differen, and in her view, better than it does now.
Imagine, for a moment, if a black kid said this about being white. Wanting porcelain skin, long blond locks. There would be outrage.
It's common for little kids to imagine they're someone else. Like possessing the green skin of the hulk. Being an Indian princess. A tatted biker dude. Whatever floats their boat in the kiddy pool. It's what kids do. It's Pelosi's use of her grandson's wish which became weird. Shameless manipulation. Instead of pointing out melanin levels don't matter, she emphasized the value of "tan" skin. A point she made using her grandson to pander to feels. Looks like Nance is taking her cues from Kimmel (see WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel Shamelessly Uses Son as Prop in Anti-Conservative Rant…).
America will only be made great when Democrats stop focusing on skin color and start focusing on the merits within each person. It's called drawing on potential. Vetting, if you will, and it's a wonderful thing.
Without vetting, safety and money evaporates like Pelosi's old, shriveling brain.