Isn’t it time to call in some help for the U.S.? Pelosi is tearing our country apart with her lack of leadership. This woman hasn’t gotten over the DIVORCE – the LOST 2016 election.

She feels that her party has been cheated and continues her tirades which have been going on for four years – trying to bring the President down.

She continues her hot flashes. This is just the latest fake tirade:

Citing U.S. officials briefed on the intelligence, an explosive report published by the New York Times on Friday alleges American intelligence officials informed President Trump that Russia secretly offered and paid Taliban-linked militants to kill American troops in Afghanistan.

(Is it so difficult to find out who is conducting the leaking to the NYT? It is a crime. If so, we have an intelligence competency problem.)

What is the difference if it is this or all of the military equipment Russia sells to the enemy?

2020 Election: Russia Paid Taliban to Kill US Soldiers but …


Kremlin Calls Reports of Russian Bounties to Kill U.S. Troops ‘Lies’

The Kremlin on Monday rejected as “lies” media reports that Russian forces had offered to pay Taliban-linked militants to kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.

So, here we go again with Pelosi.

Pelosi on reported bounties on US troops: ‘I don’t know what the Russians have on the president’.

Pelosi definitely needs some help in the mental health area. She continues this unhealthy affront to anything that happens in the White House.

Pelosi can’t seem to get over the fact that she feels cheated because Hillary lost the election. The worst thing about losing is that the pain doesn’t end when its over, or even when the working relationship has to continue – reminding you – ever day – THAT YOUR SIDE LOST. Then you’ve got to face a whole new challenge.

It’s not easy. Women have a harder time adjusting then men do. Men can make the acceptance look so graceful, and not at all that Pelosi screaming and crying and having snot run from her nose onto her shirt. President Trump has looked absolutely glowing the entire time, making Pelosi look like she missed the memo on how to get over feeling like she was cheated with any kind of dignity.

I wonder behind closed doors, how did Pelosi react with her family when going through the pain that women go through when losing?

Maybe the following will help Pelosi to get over her lack of dignity to get over the loss. It’s not the end of the world, especially with her old age showing.

  1. Complete, utter, ruinous devastation

I think this part is important. It’s important to feel the weight of everything that has happened and been done to you and just to let it unleash in torrents of tears and body-convulsing sobs. Go for it! This is your time to shine (with tears and snot).

  1. Crying and taking a lot of showers

I don’t know what it is about processing grief that requires a lot of showering, but when you’re really sad, the shower feels like a safe place to be. Naked and alone, it will make you feel cinematically vulnerable, and you can rest your head against the tiles or sit in the corner hugging your knees and crying.

(Can you imagine Pelosi naked in the shower with her smakin’ her false teeth?)

  1. Listening to “Torn” a lot

“I’m all out of faith, this is how I feel I’m cold and I am shamed, lying naked on the floooooooooooooooooooooooor!”

  1. Misplaced self-loathing

Before you blame anyone else, like the person who won the election, you’ll blame yourself. You’re an idiot! You listen to old Natalie Imbruglia songs when you’re in crisis; What sort of a person are you? Plus you’re ugly and dumb and don’t wear the right kinds of sweaters. You’re so unlovable — why didn’t you see this coming? If you were anyone else, this never would have happened! (Obviously, none of this is true, and you’ll come to that realization later).

  1. Over-dramatic nostalgia

Still listening to “Torn,” you keep looking at the final number count. You’ll walk around your apartment in circles. Thinking, what went wrong with our cheating? If your life was actually a movie, this is the point at which you’d pull out your miraculously convenient home videos of yourself laughing in some sort of dappled light with diaphanous white curtains blowing all around.

  1. Psychopath level anger

Very suddenly, the wallowing will stop, and the Patrick Bateman-level bloodlust will set in. Anything could set you off: A revenge plot on TV, your friends talking about it, a reminder on social media that you lost and watching the announcement that you lost. And to think the person who won will be and is just going about their life as though nothing happened. You’ll start swearing a lot, getting your act together and plotting all types of delicious, revenge scenarios.

  1. Listening to “There You Go” a lot

“Now when I say I’m through, I’m through. Basically I’m through with plotting revenge against the President. What you wanna say is, you had it your way, I have plotted and conducted revenge scenario games, now you”re asking me to work with him for the sake of the country.

And so it begins…

  1. Putting your freakum dress on

The next phase involves online shopping, getting your hair and nails done, long exercise sessions listening to “Hit ‘Em Up Style” and your best friends and a montage in which you go from one stunning look to another – some times good and other times questionable..

  1. Plotting revenge

Once you look the part, you’ll start plotting your revenge. From something as small and do-able as having photos in which you look flawless and joyful attacking President Trump with every needle in the haystack on social media to big things you’ll never do like tire-slashing, every revenge fantasy is relevant. Stick to the small ones, though; breaking the law isn’t really a great way to feel better about anything. Making sure he sees a photo of you tearing off the cover of the Bible and kneeling is a more acceptable form of revenge.

  1. Partying like it’s 1999

This involves a freakum dress, your best friends and a playlist with all the good 30’s songs on it. Then you take all of that out on the town, and turn ALL the heads as people look on and shake their heads in disgust.

  1. Fake zen-style “forgiveness”

In the midst of all the fun, you’ll make up some dumb proverb like “Carrying around hatred only makes the soul hateful,” or something like that (I just made that up now, not too bad). and pretend that you’re all zen and forgive-y and that you’re not going to harbor anger towards the favorite son, President Trump. This will last a week, if you’re lucky.

  1. Admitting your zen-style forgiveness was actually fake

It might take you an hour, or it might take you a week, but you’ll inevitably realize that your forgiveness thing was a crock of sh**. The answer isn’t forgiving someone who won and you lost — it’s just learning to be okay with it and getting to the point where your life is so wonderful that you forget to feel sorry for yourself every day. It’s okay to hate/be indifferent to someone forever.

  1. Wanting to be alone

It’s the beginning of the end when you renounce relationships all together. When you just settle into yourself. While it’s extreme to say you’ll never hate again, it’s pretty essential to spend some time completely alone, if only to remind yourself of what a idiot you really are.

  1. Calming down a bit

Once you resume normalcy in your routine and in your thinking, you’ll calm down and put the losing in perspective with the rest of your life. It will stop being the first thing you think about when you wake up in the morning and the last thing you think of before you go to sleep at time. It will just be a thing that once happened to you, and as the days go by you’ll find yourself thinking about it less and less.

  1. Realizing that one day, you won’t care about this anymore

This all serves to get you to the point where you realize that you care less today about losing than you did yesterday. The comfort of knowing that one day, your care percentage will be so small that there will barely be a decimal to describe it, will lead you forward as you become hungry for that place.

Self-pity will be replaced with you just being you again because everything won’t ever be the same. She will live with her millions but how will she face herself in the mirror every day.


History will prove this!



*Some words borrowed.

About kommonsentsjane

Enjoys sports and all kinds of music, especially dance music. Playing the keyboard and piano are favorites. Family and friends are very important.
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