Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is perhaps one of the most power-hungry politicians in modern history, as well as one of the most shamelessly corrupt.
After all, while many swamp participants are rather wealthy courtesy of their varied “deals” (cough, “the Big Guy,” cough), Pelosi is one of the richest of all.
It’s fairly helpful when her spouse makes lots of trades that just happen to coincide with legislation Pelosi directly oversaw.
Of course, both Pelosi’s have always insisted that their work endeavors remain fully separate, despite the fact that Pelosi’s “work” is routinely highly publicized.
One of the most remarkable things about Pelosi’s apparently insatiable quest for power is that she can’t stop obsessing over obtaining even more power.
And, in case there is any doubt about her obsession with absolute power, just consider the recent commentary she delivered at Georgetown University, in which she openly demanded for the pope to consider giving her, along with other women, so-called “real power.”
In a staggeringly self-involved discussion, Pelosi proceeded to bash the Catholic Church for its apparent refusal to recognize “equity” in the same way she does.
“Every day [priests] have the power … of turning bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ, that is real power, now we’re talking power, and that’s why I was more attracted to that than being a nun,” Pelosi brayed.
In a word … wow.
Pelosi appears to be longing for times of centuries past, wherein the well-known corruption of the Catholic Church in Europe (the same corruption that led Martin Luther to produce the 95 Theses and begin the Protestant Reformation) effectively enabled the clergy to serve as veritable rulers.
In other words, Pelosi appears to crave the absolute authoritarianism and ultimate power that has long been associated with the corruption of European churches in previous centuries.
Though she also appears to believe that the past authoritarianism should apparently align itself with modern-day “equity” as well.
“On the other hand, maybe women will be able to do that as well, that’s something to think about, something I was hoping the pope would do,” Pelosi added pointedly.
Oh, but of course.
Upend millennia of tradition, alongside actual biblical principles, all in favor of twenty-first century progressivism that turns women into priests, and, apparently, aspiring male athletes into girls for purposes of becoming so-called “champions.”
Needless to say, Pope Francis made his views rather clear on the matter already, noting that the conversion of women into priests would constitute “a theological problem.”
Especially when such women are apparently drawn to the priesthood due to “real power,” rather than actual servitude …
Author: Ofelia Thornton
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