House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Talks of Ben Franklin’s ‘Presidency’ During Humiliating Taiwan Visit

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) spoke of founding father Benjamin Franklin’s nonexistent presidency during her recent visit to Taiwan.

Pelosi went to Taiwan earlier this week to inflame the Chinese, and perhaps create a new cause du jour now that the masses are forgetting about Ukraine, but she only embarrassed herself and the U.S. on a grand stage with her shameful visit.

“I said at a meeting earlier with the parliamentarian in our earliest days of our founding of our country, Benjamin Franklin [garbled] presidency said, freedom and democracy. Freedom and democracy are one thing. Security here. If we don’t have. We can’t have either if we don’t have both,” Pelosi said. 

“So security, economics, a secured economy, and again they’re all related, and we want Taiwan to always have freedom with security and we’re not backing down,” she added, finishing her word salad of gibberish.

Pelosi’s statement can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on how Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan is provoking China and risking World War 3:

China issued a stark warning to Pelosi last Friday when Hu Xijin, the editor of China’s jingoistic state-run Global Times, had this to say on Twitter about the expected stop during the 82-year-old lawmaker’s Asia trip:

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