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Man poops on Nancy Pelosi’s Driveway And Live-streams It (Video)



Who is the man pooping on Nancy Pelosi’s Driveway And Live-streams It ?

An unidentified man was filmed pooping in front of American congresswoman Nancy Pelosi’s Driveway.

The man who was wearing a mask and could not be identified took his time enough to do that and live-streamed it.

Reports gathered was that people were literally sending him money and the viral video has got 1,200 people watching.

Although motives behind why he did that are still not verified, we all know that this whole drama has a political string attached to it.

Meanwhile, About one month ago, during a speech to the 2020 Council for National Policy, President Trump raised the possibility of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) succeeding him as the next president of the United States.

Said Trump: “I really don’t think that you are going to know anything on the evening anything meaningful or anything real — on the evening of Nov. 3rd. You are not going to know what happened. I don’t think you’ll know two weeks later. I don’t think you’ll know four weeks later. And I don’t know what is going to happen. You know, there is a theory that if you don’t have it by the end of the year, crazy Nancy Pelosi would become president. You know that, right?”

It should be noted that Pelosi predicts her party will be celebrating Joe Biden’s win in eight weeks’ time.

To be sure, Trump likely was having a bit of fun while trying to fire up conservative attendees at the event. That said, he also raised the “theory” because of the perfect storm brewing for a delay in voting results and potential voter fraud. The two main reasons are that some people may not feel comfortable voting in person because of concern about COVID-19 and the more than 51 million mail-in ballots being sent out in nine states and Washington, D.C.

Of course, in the middle of the pandemic, we can stand in line at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the post office, the supermarket, restaurants, big-box stores such as Lowe’s and Home Depot, and other retailers and locations, but some Americans apparently believe the virus might be more contagious in the line leading to voting booths. Maybe those who believe this don’t know we had in-person voting during other crises, including flu pandemics and the years encompassing World War I and World War II.

Those realities aside, should problematic voting scenarios take hold in any large measure, it could be days or even weeks indeed before we know who won this presidential election. And if those weeks were to stretch to noon on Jan. 20, 2021, without the Electoral College declaring a winner, some constitutional scholars believe the presidency would default to the Speaker of the House. Assuming the Democrats retain control of the House, that new president most likely would be Pelosi.


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