Pelosi Gives Floor Speech On Bipartisan Bill


Though there are plenty of serious political matters to discuss, sometimes there are moments in the world of politics that are just too bizarre not to mention.

This week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered one of those moments – leaving people scratching their heads and wondering what in the world she was talking about.

During a press conference, Pelosi made an impassioned speech about the proposed legislation to address concerns about the popular social media app TikTok, which has been scrutinized for its ties to the Chinese government. But her remarks left many confused and speculating about her true intentions.

Pelosi opened her speech with a bizarre analogy, comparing the legislation to the classic tic-tac-toe game. She exclaimed, “This is not a ban on TikTok. It’s an attempt to make TikTok better. Tic-tac-toe. A winner! A winner!” As she said this, she made exaggerated hand gestures to illustrate her point, leaving many wondering if she was drunk or just plain out of touch.

But her claims didn’t end there. She said, “The people of China have come forth… they are suppressed. They cannot put their message out.” She then bizarrely linked the situation to Tibetans and their ability to use TikTok, claiming that the app’s ban would somehow be a violation of their rights to free speech.

Pelosi is grasping at straws to defend a potentially dangerous app that has already faced criticism for being a security risk.

The proposed legislation is not a ban on TikTok. It’s a move to address legitimate concerns about the app’s ties to the Chinese government and potential data security risks.

While the app may have some level of popularity and entertainment value, it’s not worth compromising our national security.

But instead of addressing these concerns, Pelosi chose to make a spectacle out of the issue and try to win people over with her bizarre tic-tac-toe analogy. Pelosi’s speech did little to address the real issues, leaving us all wondering, “What is she talking about?”

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