Satirical Nancy Pelosi Re-Election Video Gets More Shares Than Her Actual Post

The left takes another loss online

Image Credits: twitter screenshot @bennyjohnson.

A satirical Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) re-election video posted by conservative podcaster Benny Johnson has been shared online more times than Pelosi’s actual post announcing her decision to run for office once again.

Pinned to the top of the Democrat congresswoman’s Twitter page is a video of Pelosi announcing she’s running for re-election.

“While we have made progress much more needs to be done to improve people’s lives,” Pelosi wrote. “This election is crucial: nothing less is at stake than our Democracy. But we don’t agonize, we organize. I am running for re-election to Congress to deliver For The People and defend Democracy.”

Footage of the decaying state of California was added to the background of the announcement, with Johnson titling the new clip, “Accurate Nancy Pelosi re-election video.”

As Pelosi panders to the liberal mob in the re-election declaration, viewers can see images of the poop-filled streets of San Francisco, mass looting of retail shops, heroin needles, rampant homelessness and more.

After the mock re-election video surpassed Pelosi’s original post in shares, Johnson captured it with a screenshot and posted, “LOL REKT.”

At the time of writing this article, Benny Johnson’s post has 4.5k retweets while Pelosi’s pinned video has 4.2k.


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