House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a comment during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper last week that didn’t receive much attention from the media.
Surrounded by the statues in the National Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol, Pelosi rehashed the events of the riot at the Capitol one year earlier, and voiced her disgust at the thought of the people who walked through that hall on January 6, 2020.
“We’ve never had a Confederate flag walking through here. We never had the kind of disrespect and defecation and all the rest of of it that went with that motley crew that came through here, at the wish of the former President of the United States,” she sneered.
Then referring to the statues around her, Pelosi said, “Some of these people have to go, and we have a bill to get rid of them… but nonetheless, some of the newer people we are very proud to have in the Capitol… more diversity, shall we say, and more consistency as to the United States of America.”
WATCH her comments in the video below:
On June 10, 2020, Pelosi sent a letter to the Joint Committee on the Library demanding the removal of 11 Confederate Statues from the United States Capitol.
“The statues which fill the halls of Congress should reflect our highest ideals as Americans. Today, I am once again calling for the removal from the U.S. Capitol of the 11 statues representing Confederate soldiers and officials. These statues pay homage to hate, not heritage,” Pelosi declared.
Read my letter here: https://t.co/lx0nuYxrfk
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) June 10, 2020
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