Number one on the list of things not to give a damn about: Nancy Pelosi’s opinion about anything.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., blasted Senate Republicans as cowards who refused to stand up to former President Trump and find him guilty in the impeachment trial. She said these Republicans were more concerned about their political survival than protecting the constitution. “What we saw in that Senate today was a cowardly group of Republicans who apparently have no options, because they were afraid to defend their job, respect the institution in which they serve,” Pelosi said of the majority of the Senate GOP who found Trump “not guilty” of incitement of insurrection. Pelosi joined the House impeachment managers Saturday at a news conference after the Senate acquitted Trump again in his second impeachment trial. The vote 57-43 in favor of conviction, but still 10 short of the supermajority needed. TRUMP ACQUITTED IN SECOND IMPEACHMENT TRIAL ON CHARGE OF INCITING JAN. 6 CAPITOL RIOT She praised the work of the nine impeachment managers but lamented that she’s been hearing from her grandchildren that “justice wasn’t done.” Pelosi wasn’t scheduled to attend the news conference but was motivated to come over after she heard GOP Leader Mitch McConnell’s speech in the Senate. McConnell blasted Trump for his “disgraceful dereliction of duty” but still found Trump “not guilty” citing constitutional concerns about the trial taking place when Trump left office.Pelosi blasts McConnell and ‘cowardly group of Republicans’ in Senate after Trump impeachment acquittal | Fox News