Pelosi: Trump ‘Invited’ COVID By Going Into Crowds Unmasked, Patriots Torch Her

Nancy Pelosi said President Donald Trump “going into crowds unmasked” was a “brazen invitation” for his positive coronavirus diagnosis on Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s Live. This is rich considering we all know Pelosi was caught “mask-free” at that hair salon. That’s why the Speaker immediately got torched by patriotic Americans. You’ll love this.

Nancy Pelosi (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshot)

The Speaker of the House was in rare form Friday morning as she took a cheap shot at President Trump testing positive for the coronavirus.

“This is tragic. It’s very sad,” Pelosi claimed. “But it also is something that, again, going into crowds, unmasked and all the rest was sort of a brazen invitation for something like this to happen. Sad that it did, but nonetheless, hopeful that it will be a transition to a saner approach to what this virus is all about.”

Nancy Pelosi is well aware of the data about masks and stopping coronavirus. Wearing a mask may prevent the mask-wearer from spreading the virus to others.

CDC epidemiologist Peter Chin Hong was asked about masks and the China virus: “Do masks protect the people wearing them or the people around them?”

“I think there’s enough evidence to say that the best benefit is for people who have COVID-19 to protect them from giving COVID-19 to other people,” he answered.

So, in my opinion, Trump not wearing a mask may not be how he contracted the virus. Studies found the coronavirus is more easily spread indoors and in close quarters. We also know the president’s senior aid, Hope Hicks, just tested positive. In my opinion, it’s highly likely that’s how he contracted the virus, not because he did not wear a mask at outside rallies.

Coronavirus infections are more likely to occur indoors when people are in sustained proximity to someone sick. “In such a tightly enclosed space without vigorous air movement for a short period of time, I’m afraid you might be exposed,” William Schaffner, a professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University said.

If mask-wearing was the end-all to preventing one from getting the virus, Nancy Pelosi should not have gone mask-free herself when she was getting her hair done.

So, when Pelosi tells MSNBC that President Donald Trump “going into crowds unmasked” was a “brazen invitation” for his positive coronavirus diagnosis, you know she is full of crap. Just like her Democrat cohorts in Pennslyvania who were caught on a hot mic saying they were wearing a mask for “political theater.”

The Democrat governor of Pennslyvania Tom Wolf and Democrat Rep. Wendy Ullman laughed about wearing a mask as a political prop.

“Wendy, I’m going to, I’m going to take my mask off before I speak,” Wolf is heard saying to Ullman before her remarks. It was picked up by a microphone at the podium.

“I will as well. I’m waiting so we can do a little political theater,” Ullman responded, laughing with Wolf after she spoke and then returning to the microphone with her mask still on.

Americans torched Nancy Pelosi’s for her “brazen hypocrisy.”

“Nancy ‘I’m not wearing my mask while I get my hair done’ Pelosi responded about @realDonaldTrump’s positive test: ‘Hopefully this will be a message to the rest of the country…you have to wear your mask.’ stfu,” tweeted “Alice.”

“Nancy Pelosi, who didn’t wear a mask in a hair salon, is now shaming the President. Class act by the speaker,” tweeted “Wildest Ride.”

“Pelosi hasn’t paid much attention to the ‘experts’ apparently. Wearing a mask protects other people from you, not you from other people,” tweeted “5ini5ter.”

“This is getting ridiculous! Am I the only one who remembers being told (repeatedly) that ‘my mask protects you’? How is Trump not wearing a mask to blame for him getting Covid?” tweeted “M Brooks.”

“With two hundred designer masks she forgot to wear one here and criticizes the President. What nerve!” tweeted “Truth to Power.”

“He got it because he was in close contact with Hope Hicks who is positive for Covid. Sort of like how you were in close contact at the beauty salon remember?” tweeted “TAK.”

It’s long been the Democratic Party’s strategy in the election to put the focus on the coronavirus. 

However, with the president testing positive, this may backfire. Pundits are saying the Democrats will have to pull their COVID campaign ads that put the president in a poor light. It’s just in bad taste.

Micheal Moore is even spreading a Trump-China virus conspiracy theory. Moore floated the conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump could be “lying about having COVID-19 to prepare us and counteract his game” and “gain sympathy” ahead of the presidential election.

“He’s an evil genius and I raise the possibility of him lying about having COVID-19 to prepare us and counteract his game,” Moore claimed. “He knows being sick tends to gain one sympathy. He’s not above weaponizing this.”

Well, Moore is right about one thing. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson got a bump in polls after he tested positive for the virus as did Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro. However, it’s just ludicrous to suggest Trump is faking it.

President Trump loves his rallies, and it has been one of his most effective ways to garner support. Now, the president will be in quarantine between 10 to 14 days. Let’s all say prayers for our president and first lady, who also is positive for the virus. May they both have a speedy recovery.

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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.