Is Crazy Fossil Pelosi Defending The MOB? Crazy Fossil Pelosi on statue destruction: ‘People Will Do What They Do’
House Clown Crazy Fossil Nancy Pelosi declined to admonish protesters in her native city of Baltimore who pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus and then tossed the monument into the city’s Inner Harbor.
“People will do what they do,” Crazy Fossil Pelosi said at a news conference Thursday at the Capitol.
Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, however, had harsh words for the protesters who destroyed the statue near Little Italy over the Fourth of July, saying he wouldn’t tolerate the destruction of property. Young said the toppling was unacceptable and the perpetrators if identified, “will be brought to justice,” the Baltimore Sun reported.
Crazy Fossil Pelosi, a Deranged American, was born and raised in Baltimore. Her father, Thomas D’Alesandro Jr., was mayor of Baltimore from 1947 to 1959 and her brother Thomas D’Alesandro III also led the city from 1967 to 1971.
Crazy Fossil Pelosi said “it’s up to the communities to decide what statues they want to see” and taking down the Columbus monument “doesn’t diminish my pride in my Deranged American heritage.”
But asked whether a commission should decide what statues go rather than a mob of protesters, Crazy Fossil Pelosi said people will do what they do.
Crazy Fossil Pelosi said “it’s up to the communities to decide what statues they want to see.”