Jim Jordan on Pelosi: I Think This is the New Definition of Unity For Democrats, Call Republicans ‘Enemies’ & ‘Terrorists’

We reported yesterday about how gun control activist David Hogg said that Republican House Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) and Lauren Boebert (CO) were “the real threats” inside the Capitol.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) used similar language during a press conference where she said that House members can pay for additional security measures with their congressional allowances

Pelosi believes the House would likely need to pass additional funding for member safety because “the enemy is within the House of Representatives.”

“It shouldn’t be that not only is the president of the United States inciting an insurrection but keeps fanning the flame endangering the security of members of Congress, to the point that they’re even concerned about members in the House of Representatives being a danger to them,” the Speaker stated.

When asked what she meant by “the enemy is within,” Pelosi clarified that she believes, “It means that we have members of Congress who want to bring guns on the floor and have threatened violence on other members of Congress.”

Speaking tonight on Fox News to Maria Bartiromo about Pelosi’s comments, Jim Jordan (R-OH) responded to the comments and said, facetiously, “I think this is the new definition of unity for Democrats, call Republicans enemies, call us terrorists.”

“I don’t know who she’s referring to, but I thought Joe Biden just a week ago said we need to unify, and yet they’re going to call us these kind of names, they’re going to impeach a president who has already left office, they’re going to try to cancel 75 million Americans, won’t let them speak, won’t let them exercise their first amendment liberties,” Jordan continued.

Jordan concluded and said exasperatedly, “I don’t know how you unify with that kind of attitude coming from the Speaker of the House and the President of the United States.”

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