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VIDEO: Pelosi Celebrates Trump’s Indictment


Pelosi is the most annoying lawmaker in Congress. America will be much better when she retires for good.

In a recent interview on CNN’s “The Lead With Jake Tapper,” Nancy Pelosi, the former House Speaker from California and a Democrat, expressed her deep concern over the federal indictment of former President Donald Trump. She described the situation as “heartbreaking” for the country, given the serious charges issued by the Department of Justice.

According to Newsmax, the indictment, which occurred a day prior to the interview, includes four counts related to Trump’s actions after the 2020 election, allegedly contributing to the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021. These charges involve conspiracy to overturn the election results and defraud the nation.

Pelosi commended the House Jan. 6 panel for its diligent efforts in gathering evidence against Trump. She pointed out the striking similarities between the committee’s recommended charges and those presented by the DOJ special counsel, Jack Smith’s office. The alignment of these charges reflects the severity of the situation, and Pelosi expressed pride in the committee’s work.


It is important to note that these are not the first charges filed against Trump by Jack Smith’s office. In a previous indictment last month, Trump was implicated in connection with sensitive files found at his Mar-a-Lago property in South Florida. Later, the indictment was updated with additional charges, alleging his involvement in suppressing surveillance video evidence.

Furthermore, earlier this year, Trump faced charges filed by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office, pertaining to a state-level case involving a hush-money payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels.

As the legal proceedings continue, Trump might face more state-level charges from Fulton County, Georgia, over allegations of attempting to influence Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to overturn the election results in that state. The situation remains complex and continues to evolve.