Watch: Pelosi Whines Like A Toddler Demands Applause After Being Snubbed
The ice cream queen Nancy Pelosi was not happy with how she was greeted and demanded an applause.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi traveled to the COP26 climate summit and while introducing herself she demanded the audience give applause.
As Pelosi addressed the crowd as she was introducing the delegation of members of Congress that traveled with her, when the audience didn’t clap she demanded they give applause.
NANCY PELOSI: ‘please clap’ 🥴
We are ruled by absolute morons. pic.twitter.com/Oa9CikxbkY
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 9, 2021
After demanding the audience worship her presence she told them, “today, our Congressional delegation concluded a successful visit to the COP26 in Glasgow with a strong and galvanizing message: as President Biden has said, America is Back!”
Pelosi attend the event the same time as former president Obama and attendees favor his visit over Biden’s.
Just listen to how the Washington Post frame Obama’s visit compared to Biden’s:
Obama felt less like an opening act and more like a headliner. Greeted like a head of state, Obama drew a capacity crowd for his speech, with many observers gushing over his remarks and some describing him as the most popular leader at the entire two-week event. An article in the local Scotsman newspaper said the 44th president had “sprinkled some stardust over Glasgow” and that it may be the “inspirational jolt it needs.”
Even with a week between them, that international star power that Obama brought to Glasgow cut a stark contrast with Biden. The current president was generally well-received, but the most intense media coverage he received was for allegedly dozing off during the world leader segment of speeches on the first full day of COP26.
Before Obama spoke, some observers suggested that Biden was simply repeating an old message. Last week, French television host Yann Barthès contrasted Biden’s 2021 speech with remarks made by Obama at the COP21, the U.N. climate summit in 2015 that led to the Paris agreement. Noting the similar language, Barthès asked: Was there a sense of deja vu?
For Biden, Obama’s enduring legacy on the world stage is both a blessing and a curse.Few recent American leaders have been viewed as positively as Obama outside of U.S. borders — and Biden benefits from his own role as vice president in this globally popular administration. However, Biden’s administration not only has to live up to Obama’s successes but also convince the world to look past his failures.
Can you imagine being a member of the Brandon Administration and reading that in the Washington Post?