Pelosi Mocks Trump & Calls Wall ‘Beaded Curtain,’ Judge Jeanine Makes Her Regret It

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Nancy Pelosi is in the fight of her life when it comes to the government shutdown over funding for the border wall. The 78-year-old Democratic Leader is now mocking President Donald Trump, laughing that the Commander-in-Chief won’t get a cement wall, saying, “I think he is down to a beaded curtain.” Well, Pelosi was caught spreading vicious lies, and Judge Jeanine Pirro really made her regret it. You’ll love this.

Nancy Pelosi (left), President Donald Trump (middle), Judge Jeanine Pirro (right) (Photo Credit: Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images, Justin Sullivan/Getty Images, YouTube/Screenshot)

To understand the fight over the Southern border wall, it’s important to know it is all political theater for the Democrats. Just a few years ago, the same Democrats, who are now going nuts over building a wall, were totally for it.

So, what changed? Donald Trump came along in 2015 and built his campaign on illegal immigration and the need to secure the Southern border with a wall. His campaign took the Washington, D.C., swamp rats by storm. They were blown away by Trump’s success. But, more than that, it scared them to death. That’s why “the wall” became a dirty word to the Democrats and their cohorts.

President Trump realizes this now, and he is willing to call the wall whatever word works to make it happen. “President Donald Trump continues compromising on the exact nature of his proposed wall on the Southern border, but Nancy Pelosi is not impressed,” reported Breitbart.

“[H]e’s already backed off of the cement – now, he’s down to, I think, a beaded curtain or something, I’m not sure where he is,” Pelosi said, mockingly Trump in an interview with USA Today.

Despite promoting a wall made of hardened concrete, rebar, and steel during the campaign, the president has since stated that he would accept other kinds of physical barriers to get something built, added Breitbart. And, that’s the game he has to play. But, make no mistake, the president may play the word game with the Democrats, but the wall won’t be some flimsy “beaded curtain” as Pelosi would like to have people think.

And, that’s where Judge Jeanine Pirro comes in. The former New York prosecutor warned the president that Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are “callously salivating at the prospect of your collapse.” 

Pirro added, “Their hatred of you, Mr. President, is so intense and so vindictive that they would rather destroy you and America than destroy the drug cartels, gang members, and human traffickers coming over our border.” 

Then, the Judge reminded Pelosi and her cohorts just what kind of man they are up against. “Now, there has never been a president more dedicated to fulfilling a campaign promise than you,” she said, addressing Trump. “Unlike just about every other president in recent memory, you say what you mean, and you mean what you say. That is why your base is so loyal to you and continues to grow. You have done what no other president that has had the fortitude to do. The wall is no different. And, you must fulfill this fundamental promise to the American people. You cannot buckle.”

When Judge Jeanine put all the cards on the table, there is no doubt it rattled the Democrats, including Pelosi. The Judge, who is the president’s close friend, ended her remarks, making it clear Pelosi and her cohorts were in for the fight of her life.

“I am pleading with you on behalf of the American people who believe with every fiber of their being that if anyone can get it done, you are the one who can and will,” Judge Jeanine said. “This is your moment in history. Just do it. Thank you, Mr. President.”

Judge Pirro told the president to stay firm with the border wall government shutdown. That’s what he can not afford to buckle on. Radio host Rush Limbaugh said the same thing. “This shutdown is one that the Democrats own,” Limbaugh said.

This would be very easy to resolve, and they don’t want to do it. They don’t want to do it, because I’ll tell you, if you look at the media today, the Washington Post today, CNN, folks, they have Trump gone in three months,” warned Rush. 

It is the same thing Judge Jeanine is saying. If President Trump buckles on the wall, the Democrats are salivating, believing it will lead to his demise. So, the Commander-in-Chief is doubling down, telling his enemies to “Bring it on!”

Instead of heading to Mar-a-Lago with his family on Christmas, the president made a statement by staying at the White House. “I thought it would be wrong for me to be with my family,” he said, explaining his decision. “I just didn’t want to go down and be there when other people are hurting, but it’s going to all work-out.”

He went on to explain that, no matter what the Democrats want to call the wall, the shutdown will go on until the funding for the wall is secured. In this game, Trump will bide his time and let Pelosi and the Democrats blink first. Elections have consequences, and Trump knows he was elected by the American people to build the wall.

“I can tell you [the government’s] not going to be open until we have a wall, a fence, whatever they would like to call it,” President Trump said. Now, the ball’s in Pelosi’s court, and it is the Democratic rats who are already cracking in the face of an American president who won’t back down.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.