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81-year-old Nancy Pelosi brags about her street fighting skills. No, really
If Capitol police had let Nancy Pelosi handle the rioters that swarmed the Capitol Building on January 6th, she would have wiped them out with her amazing street fighting skills. At least, that’s what the 81-year-old Speaker of the House claims.
In a recent interview with USA Today, Pelosi claims the rioters would have faced her wrath and crazy Kung Fu moves if she was given a chance to take them on.
“Well, I’m pretty tough. I’m a street fighter. They would have had a battle on their hands,” said Pelosi.
You know, I’m not even mad about this. It’s hilarious, and we all need a good laugh once in a while. But the reality of the situation is that Pelosi never faced any real danger thanks to her security detail. And she even admitted as much in the interview.
What this is really about is pushing the narrative that lawmakers face an ever-present danger from radical voters. And you can bet Democrats will continue to call for more security to keep the people at bay.
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How these frat brothers helped to change the life of a dear friend
Members of a Louisiana State University fraternity chipped in more than $50,000 to pay off the mortgage of a woman who fed them when they were students.
About a dozen members of Phi Gamma Delta surprised Jessie Hamilton with the money for her 74th birthday on April 3 in Baker, Louisiana. Roughly 90 fraternity members raised $51,765, with each brother donating between $600 and $1,000 on average.
“That shows how they all felt about her,” said Andrew Fusaiotti, who was a member of the fraternity in the late 1980s. “Jessie is one of these people that shows up to work and always has a smile on her face, eager to please and never complains.”
Hamilton worked for 14 years as a cook for the fraternity.
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