Whacky Nancy Claims Trump ‘Dishonored GOD’ for Leaving Climate Change Agreement [WATCH]

This woman really ought not be let out in public or hold a public office.

Seriously, Nancy Pelosi?

We understand you’re trying to pander to your religious constituents, but to say leaving a deal that would do absolutely nothing for the environment is dishonorable to God seems a bit far fetched.

The House Minority Leader made these comments during her weekly press conference.

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“This is a matter of environmental justice,” she said. “Lower income and minority families are disproportionately vulnerable to the ravages of the climate crisis. It’s civil rights issue.”

“We have a moral responsibility in addition to the national security, the economy and the health of our children. We have a moral responsibility. We must leave future generations with a healthy, sustainable planet.”

“Faith leaders, starting with the Holiness Pope Francis, to the evangelical community, have urged us to be responsible stewards of the beauty of God’s creation. They believe as you live that this planet is God’s creation and we have a moral responsibility to be good stewards of it.”

She continued, “Just last week, the pope met with President Trump and gave him a copy of his encyclical, which made the strong case to halt the climate crisis.”

“The pope wrote the climate is a common good belonging to all and meant for all. The Bible tells us to minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us and that is what we are doing by walking away from this accord.”

So what do you think America, has Trump ‘dishonored’ God for leaving the Paris deal?

Here are what some fellow Americans have already said… enjoy.



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